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PR-253384-17
PBCore Development and Training Project
Casey Davis, WGBH Educational Foundation

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=PR-253384-17

New PBCore Website (Blog Post)
Title: New PBCore Website
Author: Rebecca Fraimow
Abstract: Welcome to the new PBCore website!
Date: 11/16/2018
Primary URL: http://pbcore.org/2018/11/16/new-pbcore-website.html
Website: pbcore.org

PBCore Cataloging Tool (Computer Program)
Title: PBCore Cataloging Tool
Author: WGBH Educational Foundation
Author: Digital Bedrock
Abstract: PBCore Cataloging Tool, “The PBCore Cataloging Tool is designed to support the creation, editing, and export of moving image-related inventory metadata as PBCore XML records. With a user-friendly data entry interface and full support of all PBCore elements and attributes, the tool makes creating valid PBCore XML documents as easy as filling out a spreadsheet.”
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://pbcore.org/cataloging-tool
Access Model: Open access
Source Available?: Yes

Preserving Your Station Legacy with the American Archive of Public Broadcasting: Cataloging and Collaboration (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Preserving Your Station Legacy with the American Archive of Public Broadcasting: Cataloging and Collaboration
Author: Rebecca Fraimow
Abstract: “An introduction to preserving broadcasting collections through the AAPB and the use of cataloging tools,”
Date: 9/21/2018
Conference Name: National Federation of Community Broadcasters Regional Summit 2018

PBCore Audiovisual Tricks (Blog Post)
Title: PBCore Audiovisual Tricks
Author: Dave Rice
Abstract: This post, written by Dave Rice, outlines how various tools like MediaInfo and ffmpeg can be used in audiovisual description, access, and preservation workflows.
Date: 11/28/2018
Primary URL: http://pbcore.org/2018/11/28/pbcore-audiovisual-tricks.html
Website: pbcore.org

Outcomes of the PBCore Workshops (Blog Post)
Title: Outcomes of the PBCore Workshops
Author: Rebecca Fraimow
Abstract: Back in March, we invited PBCore public media users and educators to WGBH for in-depth workshops focused on overcoming the barriers to PBCore adoption and education. Now, attendees have shared their outcomes.
Date: 9/23/2019
Primary URL: http://pbcore.org/2019/09/23/pbcore-workshop-outcomes.html
Website: pbcore.org

Re-Presenting PBCore: New Resources for Audio Metadata (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Re-Presenting PBCore: New Resources for Audio Metadata
Author: Peter Higgins
Abstract: This session will introduce attendees to the core principles of PBCore as it relates to audio collections and demo the open-source metadata tools developed under the auspices of the grant, including a standalone cataloging app, spreadsheet templates, updated tools for generating technical metadata in a PBCore format, metadata mappings across multiple standards, and more.
Date: 5/10/2019
Conference Name: Association for Recorded Sound Collections 2019

Core Developments in Audiovisual Metadata: A Standards Update (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Core Developments in Audiovisual Metadata: A Standards Update
Author: Jean-Pierre Evain
Author: Rebecca Fraimow
Abstract: In this IASA conference panel, representatives of PBCore and EBUCore will discuss the latest developments in the standardization of audiovisual metadata and how those standards can be implemented in real-world use cases.
Date: 10/2/2019
Conference Name: International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives Annual Conference 2019

PBCore for Public Media Organizations (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: PBCore for Public Media Organizations
Author: Rebecca Fraimow
Abstract: This workshop is designed for staff at public media organizations who are looking to better track information about their content. The two-day workshop will include an introduction to the PBCore metadata standard; hands-on practice time with tools and utilities to support the creation and storage of PBCore metadata; and demo walk-throughs of WGBH’s PBCore-based databases, as well as collaborative small group time to trade best practices with users from other stations.
Year: 2019
Audience: Other

Teaching PBCore: Resources for A/V Metadata in the Classroom (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Teaching PBCore: Resources for A/V Metadata in the Classroom
Author: Rebecca Fraimow
Abstract: This workshop is designed to support educators teaching metadata at library and archival science programs in developing curriculum materials around PBCore. The two-day workshop will include an introduction to the PBCore metadata standard; an overview of the available tools and utilities that support the use of PBCore at archival organizations; a review of available crosswalks and mappings; and collaborative small group time to workshop lesson plans and syllabi.
Year: 2019
Audience: Other

Cataloging the Moving Image: Data Modeling, FRBR, BIBFRAME, and PBCore (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Cataloging the Moving Image: Data Modeling, FRBR, BIBFRAME, and PBCore
Author: Rebecca Fraimow
Abstract: This highly-interactive workshop will provide participants with real-world strategies to evaluate and implement data models, descriptive standards, controlled vocabularies, and shared data atuhorities, through practical hands-on exercises. Dynamic presentations will illustrate the role and purpose of putting in place a strong data model for bibliographic description, using BIBFRAME and FRBR examples, and the value of implementing standards such as LCSH, LCGFT, and AAT as data authorities. Participants will put these cataloging and metadata concepts directly into practice utilizing tools emerging from the NEH-funded PBCore Development and Training Project.
Year: 2019
Audience: Other

PBCore Tutorials (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: PBCore Tutorials
Writer: Casey Davis Kaufman
Writer: Peter Higgins
Writer: Rebecca Fraimow
Writer: Sadie Roosa
Director: Casey Davis Kaufman
Producer: Rebecca Fraimow
Abstract: These short video tutorials provide introductions to many of PBCore’s key concepts, as well as the basic steps to get started using many of the PBCore tools.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://pbcore.org/tutorials
Format: Web

PBCore Handbook (Report)
Title: PBCore Handbook
Author: Rebecca Fraimow
Abstract: The PBCore Handbook compiles most of the documentation about PBCore available on this website into a downloadable PDF format. Because the documentation covers many topics, we’ve provided separate downloadable files for each section, as well as a fully compiled version.
Date: 10/30/2019
Primary URL: http://pbcore.org/handbook
Access Model: Open Access

PBCore Website (Web Resources)
Title: PBCore Website
Author: Rebecca Fraimow
Abstract: The PBCore website provides information about PBCore’s basic functionality and implemention, as well as a number of tools and features designed to make it more usable and accessible to the archival and public media communities.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://pbcore.org/2018/11/16/new-pbcore-website.html


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