Locate ways to structure data objects inside information organisation and retrieval systems.Cross-reference databases, metadata and mark-up languages. Search for ways to make indexing tools more effective. Address global bibliography standards.
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Basic principles involved in structuring information objects and creating the metadata which makes them retrievable. Topics include information structures, hypertext, markup languages, databases, automatic and derived indexing, metadata and description, document type definitions and schemas, indexing languages and standards and subject analysis.
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