Using Metadata to Design a Winning Database-Driven Website
Cataloging & Classification Quarterly
Metadata, database-driven design, website design, content management system
Library and Information Science
After a reviewof theKent State Libraries and Media Services Web site, a committee of librarians and staff gathered user feedback and developed a library-specific content management system (CMS) to make the move from a static HTML environment to database-driven design. This article focuses on the significant role of metadata in the CMS from the perspective of one of the site’s architects and one of its content developers.
This article includes figures and a biography for further reading. The work of the redesign was earlier described in a poster presentation for the 12th Annual ACRL conference.
Hood, Anna; Eschedor Voelker, Tammy J.; and Salem, Joseph A. Jr (2008). Using Metadata to Design a Winning Database-Driven Website. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 46(4), 385-411. doi: doi: 10.1080/01639370802322499 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/libpubs/33