PBCore Webinar Recording

On October 23, 2014, the AMIA PBCore Advisory Subcommittee’s Education Team offered a webinar titled “PBCore: A How-to and Why-to Webinar.” The presenters offered contextual background; explained the benefits and reasons why PBCore is perfectly suited for managing audiovisual collections; offered step-by-step guidance on inventorying av assets and getting started with PBCore; and described the use of PBCore in different settings, such as asset management, digital preservation, archival description, and use with other schemas such as PREMIS and METS.

The PBCore Advisory Subcommittee is encouraged by the recent invigoration among archivists, librarians, and others managing media collections who are beginning to deal with their deteriorating av collections, as well as the digital video and audio collections, and we are confident that PBCore has a place in these efforts. PBCore is uniquely suited to provide a standard way to record and manage metadata for video and audio.

We look forward to providing more opportunities like this webinar in the future, as well as improving the schema over the next few months, clarifying and improving documentation, creating our new website, and generating new PBCore resources.

Many thanks to all of those who attended the webinar, and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the presenters whose email addresses I have listed below:

Casey E. Davis, WGBH | casey_davis [at] wgbh [dot] org
Maureen McCormick Harlow, PBS | mmharlow [at] pbs [dot] org
Sadie Roosa, WGBH | sadie_roosa [at] wgbh [dot] org
Morgan Oscar Morel, George Blood Audio Video Film | moran.morel [at] georgeblood [dot] com

Enjoy the recording and please feel free to share it among your colleagues and networks!
(The chat text is best readable when the video is viewed in full-screen.)

PBCore: A How-to and Why-to Webinar | Recording from 10/23/14 from American Archive on Vimeo.

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