From Digital Scholarship Group
- Julia visited the University of Oklahoma
- We’re having a visitor from the University of Uppsala on the 29th.
- We will also be having a visiting scholar through the NULab.
- Last time we talked was about content workflow.
- We are now circling back to the administrative tasks.
- These include being able to assign tasks to users, give them roles, etc.
- The assumption is that MODS will be used for descriptive cataloging.
- We need to think about how each project gets to shape their own metadata.
- What are our standards for ingestion?
- Scenario: Do we want volunteers or students on a project to have every option for metadata editing or just some?
- It's likely we will create a template where you click to configure metadata - you choose what fields you want, and they will have a drop down list of where an admin can choose who is allowed to edit those.
- We can add a MODS extension schema if needed
- Cerberus requires title and keyword for ingestion.
- Charon will require?... Title, keyword, collection were initially on the table, but came to the decision that it just needs some identifiable title and a collection suggestion.
- For the submission interface, we want to make it simple as possible to add items.
- Charon pipes will be the way people configure editorial workflows
- It will be drag and drop modules for different kinds of tasks.
- The systems automatically brokers ongoing tasks assignments based on how these pipes are set up.