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Advanced Content and Metadata Management training module

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19 June 2006

Advanced Content management
Usage of content management in "Hello Bricks"-Application
Advanced Metadata management
Usage of metadata in "Hello Bricks"-Service and Client
Advanced Searching functionalities
Searching for information in "Hello Bricks"-Service and Client
Feedback from the trainees

End of Module



Content: The purpose of this course is to give the participants the ability to understand and customise BRICKS content and metadata information models 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: Knowledge of XML, OWL, RDF, Content and Metadata models is required.
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; (after the training) slides, user guide
Maximum number of trainees: 8-10

 

Please fill in the ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM

or download the registration form in MS WORD format and send it to info@brickscommunity.org

For further information on this module, please contact: Robert Hecht
For general information on BRICKS training, please contact: info@brickscommunity.org


 
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