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Content and Metadata Management training module

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22 June 2006

Introduction to content and metadata modules
Usage of content management service
- Configuration
- Content Models
Usage of metadata management service
- Configuration (various DB-back-ends, reasoner)
Definition/declaration of new content modules
- JSR 170/JCR introduction
Definition/declaration of new metadata modules
- Interface requirements
Feedback from the trainees

End of Module

Content: This training module provides an understanding of the usage of Content and metadata management services in order to satisfy hosting Institutions requirements.


Partner Responsible: ARC
Partners Involved: FhG, CNR, ARC, MW
Duration course: 1 day
Registration fee: free
Location: Vienna (A) or Rome (I) or Palermo (I)
Didactic methodologies: face to face
Editions foreseen: one; more on demand
Trainers: Developers of the BRICKS Content- and Metadata Management components
Target audience: Information architects in cultural heritage domain, DBA (database administrators), and others interested in using and extending BRICKS information models.
Trainees expected pre-knowledge: Usage of Windows or Linux, web browser, knowledge about content types and metadata standards is required (XML, OWL, RDF, Content and Metadata models is a plus). The course builds on-top of the Advanced Content and Metadata Management developer’s module.
Training material offered: (before the training) BRICKS API reference Guide, BRICKS SDK (software development kit) b-node distribution, Java IDE and Runtime distribution (installed on laptop), Protégé v. 3.1 installed on laptop, Internet connection; (after the training) slides, user guide
Maximum number of trainees: 8-10



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For further information on this module, please contact: Robert Hecht
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