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A standardised mechanism for writing and retaining technical provenance metadata

11th Oct 2018 : 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM


A few years ago we found ourselves running into the same problem – a lack of a uniform/standard data container for technical metadata that records our interventions with a given digital object. To combat this we established a rough data structure based on the existing PREMIS data structures and are keen to see this work move towards a standardised unit that we can all use in our respective systems.

We’ve blogged about it here: https://old.openpreservation.org/blog/2018/09/06/a-standardised-mechanism-for-writing-and-retaining-technical-provenance-metadata/ and this webinar will introduce the work we’ve already completed, and seek comment and feedback from our community.


Jay Gattuso, National Library of New Zealand

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Thursday 11 October at 09:30 EDT | 14:30 BST | 15:30 CEST


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11th Oct 2018
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
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