Dublin Core/MARC/GILS Crosswalk http://www.loc.gov/marc/dccross.htmlThe following is a crosswalk between the fifteen elements in the Dublin Core Element Set and MARC 21 bibliographic data elements. In addition, it includes a crosswalk from Dublin Core to
GILS attributes. The crosswalk may be used in conversion of metadata from another syntax into MARC. For conversion of MARC 21 into Dublin Core, many fields may be mapped into a single Dublin Core element.
MARC to Dublin Core Crosswalk / Network Development and MARC Standards Office, Library of Congress http://www.loc.gov/marc/marc2dc.htmlConversion of metadata from MARC into Dublin Core. Since MARC is richer in data than Dublin Core, it differs from the Dublin Core/MARC Crosswalk in that multiple MARC fields are mapped to a Dublin Core element.
ONIX to MARC 21 Mapping http://www.loc.gov/marc/onix2marc.htmlThis is a mapping between the 211 data elements in the
ONIX International Standard and data elements in the MARC21 Format for Bibliographic Data. The ONIX International standard is intended to provide publishers with a means to share product and supplier information usable on the Internet.
Dublin Core Metadata Element Set Reference Description, Version 1.1 (1999) http://dublincore.org/documents/1999/07/02/dces/The document summarizes the proposed updated definitions for the Dublin Core metadata elements as originally defined in [
RFC2413]. These new definitions will be officially known as Version 1.1.
Federal Geographic Data Committee http://www.fgdc.gov/Tasked by Executive Order 12906 to develop procedures and assist in the implementation of a distributed discovery mechanism for digital geospatial data.
TEI http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue24/tei/Text Encoding for Interchange: a new consortium. Lou Burnard on the Text Encoding Initiative Consortium which has been created to take TEI Guidelines into the XML world an beyond.
Membership and activities include: information specialists, digital image specialists; art, architecture, film and video librarians, museum curators; slide, photograph, microfilm and digital archivists, architectural firms, galleries, publishers, image system vendors, rights and reproductions officials, photographers, art historians, artists, and scientists.