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Metadata is sometimes defined as "data about data." It can be used to describe characteristics of a document, such as title, author, or date, in a format which can be read and processed by computers. Sometimes metadata can also provide information about the way a document is structured.
The resources in this box provide information about some of the different standards for creating metadata, and how to choose the best option(s) for your project:
Academic departments of all kinds are beginning to incorporate DH into their curricula. Check out these links to see summaries and syllabi, including assignments and readings, for DH-related courses being offered worldwide.
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