We’re back with our long-delayed second installment of “Sound In Collections,” our sporadic, informative, entertaining look at our collections delivered to you direct through your speakers!
In this episode, we’re talking metadata with Kara Scott, metadata librarian. She takes us through the complex issue of what metadata is, how it’s helpful, and why it’s important to strive for consistency across platforms.
And be sure to stick around for a discursive discourse on what is arguably the peak cinematic creation of our time: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
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“Sound In Collections” image modified from sheet music for the song “Carmenella” by W.C. Polla. From the Frances Spencer Collection of American Popular Sheet Music, Baylor University, Waco, TX. See the original piece via CONTENTdm.