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DC-9 WORKSHOP TOKYO SCHEDULE

Monday 22 October

13:00-14:30

Opening (welcome, introduction, purpose, program)
[Powerpoint] [HTML]

Introduction for newcomers

Status of DCMI (overview of work and results since Ottawa)
[Powerpoint] [HTML]

14:30-15:00

Break

15:00-17:00

Break-out

Session A

Break-out #1

Architecture #1

Break-out #2

Libraries

Break-out #3

Government

Break-out #4

Education

17:00-18:00

Plenary reports

Tuesday 23 October

09:30-11:30

Break-out

Session B

Break-out #5

Architecture #2

Break-out #6

Citation

Break-out #7

Agents

Break-out #8

BOF

11:30-12:00

Plenary reports

12:00-13:00

Lunch

13:00-14:30

Semantic Web presentation and discussion
[Powerpoint] [HTML]

MMI-DC status report
[Powerpoint] [HTML]

Registry demonstration
Rachel Heery [Powerpoint] [HTML]
Harry Wagner [ Powerpoint] [ HTML]

14:30-15:00

Break

15:00-17:00

Break-out

Session C

Break-out #9

Registry

Break-out #10

Type

Break-out #11

Standards

Break-out #12

BOF

17:00-18:00

Plenary reports

Wednesday 24 October

09:15-11:00

Break-out

Session D

Break-out #13

Ontologies

Break-out #14

Adm. Metadata

Break-out #15

BOF

Break-out #16

BOF

11:00-12:00

Plenary reports and conclusions, look ahead to conference and tutorials, work program 2001-2002, announcement DC-10


Plenary sessions

Monday 13:00-14:30

Welcome, practicalities and logistics (Jun Adachi, 15 minutes)

Welcome and introduction, scope and objectives (Stu Weibel, 15 minutes)
[Powerpoint] [HTML]

An introduction to the Dublin Core (Stu Weibel, 30 minutes)

Overview, achievements since Ottawa, overall status of the initiative including Usage Board process and status  (Makx Dekkers, 30 minutes) [Powerpoint] [HTML]

Tuesday 13:00-14:30

Semantic Web presentation (Makx Dekkers, 30 minutes plus 15 minutes discussion) [Powerpoint] [HTML]

Presentation of work in MMI-DC (Ian Campbell-Grant, 15 minutes) [Powerpoint] [HTML]

DCMI Registry demo (Rachel Heery/Harry Wagner, 30 minutes)
Rachel Heery [Powerpoint] [HTML]
Harry Wagner [Powerpoint] [HTML]

Wednesday 11:00-12:00

Overall results and conclusions (including Usage Board decisions), look ahead to conference and tutorials, work program 2001-2002, announcement DC-10 (Stu Weibel, Makx Dekkers, Tom Baker 60 minutes)

Makx Dekkers [Powerpoint] [HTML]
Tom Baker [Powerpoint] [HTML]

 

Break-out sessions

Group

Topics

Session

Administrative Metadata

1.       Administrative metadata for exchange of metadata records, a practical example at Danish Bibliographic Centre - by Jytte Hansen

2.       Discussion of Administrative Dublin Core (A-Core) Element

3.       Future Work of the working group

D - Wednesday am

Agents

1.       Introduction and current status

2.       Definitions and architectural context

3.       Charter review and possible emendation

4.       Create Milestones:  Task Assignments and Due Dates

B - Tuesday am

Architecture #1

Deliverables under public review

A - Monday pm

Architecture #2

RDF-XML: future scenarios

B - Tuesday am

Citation

1.       Overview of the work of this group and the most recent proposal: Recording Bibliographic Citation Information for Journal Articles in Dublin Core

2.       Workplan to develop formal proposals for submission to DCMI

3.       Open issues and future work

B - Tuesday am

Education

1.       Review of Working Groups earlier work

2.       Discussion of a potential Audience element qualifiers

3.       Discussion of Resource learning objectives

4.       Workplan for 2002

A - Monday pm

Government

1.       Introduction and background

2.       DC Government extension proposal

3.       Further extension issues - records management elements, and describing services

4.       Searching for Government information on the Web - Maewyn Cumming (UK)

A - Monday pm

Libraries

1.       Purpose of DC-Libraries Working Group

2.       Current workplan

3.       DC-Lib application profile: general

-      what is an application profile?

-      potential uses of DC-Lib AP

-      history of DC-Lib AP

4.       Particular issues (detailed in a handout to be distributed)

5.       Workplan for the coming year

A - Monday pm

Ontologies

1.       Presentation Introducing the Agricultural Ontology Server (AOS)

2.       Discussion centering on issues surrounding planning and development of the project, participant selection, choices of technologies and standards, and understanding of user types. It will be initiated with a handout listing overarching questions

3.       Wrap-up

D - Wednesday am

Registry

1.       Prioritizing functionality requirements

2.       Place of Registry in DCMI workflow

3.       Liaison with registry effort elsewhere

4.       Discussion of charter for next year

C - Tuesday pm

Standards

NISO Z39.85 and what then?

-      fast track of Z39.85 within the framework of ISO TC46

-      shall we start formal standardization of other parts of DC? Qualifiers?

C - Tuesday pm

Type

1.       Overview of previous work by this group

2.       The proposal to use the OCLC FAST project type list as the basis for a DCMI sub-type list (Ed O'Neill, OCLC)

3.       Correlation between an identified sub-type list and the DCMI Type Vocabulary

4.       Workplan to develop a sub-type list into a formal proposal to DCMI

C - Tuesday pm

Makx Dekkers/2001-10-17

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