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Metadata formats and the new markup language from library field
Teaching Mathematics and Computer Science
Using new communication technologies libraries must face continuously new questions, possibilities and expectations. This study discusses some library-related aspects of our electronic era and how computer-related data formats affect bibliographic dataprocessing to give a survey of the most important results. Altough library systems have been supporting the creation and maintenance of MARC records for decades, the need to create other forms of metadata is relatively new. In higher education itdoi:10.5485/tmcs.2005.0091 fatcat:e7v6qnaj3ne6xf5rilscdonznq