A Retrospective on Generating & Evaluating Automatic Metadata for Educational Resources: A Holistic Program
Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries
Metadata provides a higher-level description of digital library resources and serves as a searchable record for browsing and accessing digital library content. However, manually assigning metadata is a resource-consuming task for which Natural Language Processing (NLP) can provide a solution. This poster coalesces the findings from research and development accomplished across two multi-year digital library metadata generation and evaluation projects and suggests how the lessons learned might benefit digital libraries with the need for high-quality, but efficient metadata assignment for their resources.
Liddy, E. D.; Chen, J.; Finneran, C. M.; Diekema, A. R. Harwell, S. C.; Yilmazel, O. A Retrospective on Generating & Evaluating Automatic Metadata for Educational Resources: A Holistic Program. Ninth European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries (ECDL 2005) Vienna, Austria, September 18-23, 2005.