Introduction to Vocabularies: Enhancing Access to Cultural Heritage Information
by Elisa Lanzi
Publisher: Oxford University Press 1998
Number of pages: 72
Introduction to Vocabularies highlights the crucial role that controlled vocabularies play in the description, cataloging, or documentation of cultural heritage information. The book stresses the importance of standards and the role of authority work in creating and managing vocabularies that would ensure integrated access.
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