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METS Suggested Reading List

(October 3, 2006; updated Oct. 13, 2010)


Cantara, Linda. (2005). METS: The Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 40(3-4), 237-253.

Cover Pages Technology Reports. (2005). Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS). Retrieved September 28, 2006, from .

Cundiff, Morgan V. (2004). An Introduction to the Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS). Library Hi Tech, 22(1) 52-64.

Enders, Markus (2010). METS based information package for preserving web archives. iPRES 2010, Vienna.

Gartner, Richard. (2003). METS: Implementing a Metadata Standard in the Digital Library. IATUL Proceedings, (ns13) 1-9.

Guenther, Rebecca & McCallum, Sally. (2003). New Metadata Standards for Digital Resources: MODS and METS. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 29(2), 12-15.

McDonough, Jerome P. (2004). METS. Computers in Libraries, (24)2, 20.

---. (2006). METS: Standardized Encoding for Digital Library Objects. International Journal on Digital Libraries, (6)2, 148-158.

Proffitt, Merrilee. (2004). Pulling it all together: use of METS in RLG cultural materials service. Library Hi Tech (22)1, 65-68.Seadle, Michael. (2002). METS and the Metadata Marketplace. Library Hi Tech, 20(3), 255-257.

Rodrigues, Nelson. (2008). Introdução ao METS -- Preservação e Intercâmbio de Objetos Digitais. Encontros Bibli: Revista Eletrônica de Biblioteconomia e Ciência da Informação, 13(26). Retrieved June 3, 2009, from

Tennant, Roy. (2004). It's Opening Day for METS. Library Journal, 129(9), 28.

USCD Digital Library Program. (2005). METS: A Data Standard for Access and Preservation Now and into the Future. Digital Letters, Summer (8). Retrieved October 13, 2010, from

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