Learning Metadata for Publishing is a podcast that explains the use of metadata in the publishing industry through engaging examples and friendly terms that you can always relate to. The host Luna Tang, by these 10-minute programs, hopes to help you to gain a quick look that how metadata is used in publishing industry, to pick up practical tips that self-publishers can apply on their content marketing, and to update your thinking about what it takes to become a publishing professional.
Episode 9. About publishing business process - An interview with Klopotek consultant Dwayne Parris
In this episode, publishing veteran Dwayne Parris came to our show. He presented to us how Klopotek, an international publishing service provider, interprets publishing workflows and makes publishing business processes easy and intuitive with its Klopotek Stream CRR solution.
To start your 4-week free trail period with their CRR solution, please email to cloud@Klopotek.com , contact consultants Dwayne Parris at firstname.lastname@example.org , or George Logan at email@example.com . You could also visit the official website of Klopotek: www.klopotek.de .
Episode 8. Openness and simplicity of XML
In this episode, we continue to focus on XML— eXtensible Markup Language and discuss
the reasons why XML is widely accepted and used as a markup language to store and exchange data behind the scene. We discussed two features of XML—open format and simplicity.
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Episode 7. Let’s talk about XML
In this episode, we focus on XML— eXtensible Markup Language. XML plays a very important role in the IT realm and it’s imperative for publishers (especially those who work on digital content) to have a solid understanding of XML. And XML is the foundation to the understanding of a big family of many other markup languages, such as Dublin Core, CDWA Lite, EAD, etc.
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Episode 6. Basic metadata for books—How do you describe a title?
In this episode, we focus on one piece of basic metadata for books— title. We take a look at how a single piece of metadata, book title, could be structured differently with three different vocabularies—ONIX, schema.org, and EPUB, and how you can make use of that structure to describe your books better. When you dive into each specific type of metadata or semantic markup languages, you’ll find the heads-up in this episode very helpful.
Episode 5. How metadata boosts your employability and tips for metadata beginners — An interview with John Rodzvilla
Prof. John Rodzvilla came to our show!
John Rodzvilla is currently the Senior Electronic Publisher-in-Residence and Graduate Program Director for Publishing and Writing at Emerson College in Boston. In this episode, you will hear he shared his insights on these questions:
How metadata comes into play in publishing?
How could a good knowledge on metadata improve one's employability in publishing?
For job positions like digital content specialist and publishing analyst, what kind of skillset and professional quality the employers are looking for ?
For students who study publishing and metadata, what’s your tips for beginners, especially those with little data background?
Check it. This is The One episode you will never want to miss out.
Episode 4. Voice from audience – A survey for Learning Metadata for Publishing
“How is your understanding level of metadata and what topics do you want to hear from the podcast?” Here is the result of the survey for Learning Metadata for Publishing. Tell Luna your answers.