|SIPs to AIP
|This is where the
Librariesí expertise comes in.
|First SIP is for
descriptive, technical and rights metadata about the TV show.
|Second SIP describes
the transcript and is much simpler (technical metadata plus UCTV program
|The SIPs for the
metadata are consolidated in an AIP expressed as a METS document. The METS
wrapper utilizes standard data formats.†
The descriptive metadata is expressed in the† MODS schema, the technical metadata in the
PREMIS schema, and the rights metadata in the†
|The METS wrapper
properly relates the metadata and content files and indicates which file is
the original master, which file contains the broadcast version and which file
contains the web (streaming) version.†
For the long view, the METS wrapper allows the content files and their
metadata to be transmitted to other repositories and to interoperate more
easily with other collection materials should that be desirable.
|The SIP from UCTV
can be expressed in the basic METS schema if that is desirable for the
digital repository.† In that case, the
CwH SIP would have to be integrated into the METS as a PREMIS technical
metadata record for the digital transcript.