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Richard Gartner

Richard Gartner
Centre for eResearch
Department of Digital Humanities
King's College London

Richard Gartner is a lecturer in Library and Information Science at King's College London. Before joining academia, he worked as a practising librarian for 20 years, specialising in digital libraries and metadata. His research concentrates on integrated metadata strategies for complex digital libraries and archives, particularly within XML architectures. In addition to acting as Principal Investigator for the LIPARM Project, he has also recently worked on projects in research information management, English place names, naval history and environmental science.

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Most frequently used terms in this author's articles (ordered by total usage / articles): "metadata", "liparm", "uri", "schema", "controlled vocabularies", "xml", "data", "xml schema", "identifier", "research". See interactive data charts for more details on all tags associated with this author.

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November 2012

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The LIPARM Project: A New Approach to Parliamentary Metadata

Richard Gartner outlines a collaborative project which aims to link together the digitised UK Parliamentary record by providing a metadata scheme, controlled vocabularies and a Web-based interface.

issue70 November 2012

archives, cataloguing, controlled vocabularies, data, digital library, digitisation, e-research, identifier, interoperability, jisc, kings college london, library of congress, liparm, metadata, multimedia, national library, national library of wales, rdf, research, research information management, schema, uri, vocabularies, xml, xml schema
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