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The University of South Australia has implemented an enterprise metadata store solution, to enable complete, high quality, compliant and accessible metadata to describe UniSA's research data and activities. The system facilitates ongoing contribution to Research Data Australia, allowing discovery, reporting and resuse of UniSA's research data. The project was directed ...
The FLOW (Free Library on Water) project developed a metadata framework for the collection, description and cataloguing of water data. In parallel, the project developed software which applies the metadata framework and collects water data. Whilst the project focused on water quality data the metadata framework did not preclude extension ...
In late June 2013, the Wark Experiment Metadata Capture System was created to allow for the entry, search and reporting of metadata for instrument experiments at the Ian Wark Research Institute at the University of South Australia. The system supports the capture of experiments from four instruments: NanoToF, Mastersizer, QEMScan ...
As part of the ‘Free Library on Water and Environmental Data’ (FLOWED) project, UniSA will continue to build on its partnership between the Natural and Built Environments Research Centre (NBERC), SA Water and the Australian Water Quality Centre; and will collaborate with new partners the Goyder Institute for Water Research, ...
"Metadata on collections held at the Architecture Museum was originally available in PDF Finding aids on the museum?s website. All collection and party metadata has been entered into Metatecture and can be searched by UniSA staff and the public using the Public Interface to Metatecture. Metadata is now stored in ...