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An Emergent Theory of Digital Library Metadata by Brett Stevens, Getaneh Alemu

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References

1. Alemneh, D.G. (2009). An examination of the adoption of preservation metadata in Cultural Heritage Institutions: An exploratory study using diffusion of innovations theory (Ph.D.), University of North Texas. Retrieved from: <http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc9937/?q=gelaw>.

2. Alemu, G. (2014). A theory of digital library metadata: The emergence of enriching and filtering (Ph.D.), University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth. Retrieved from: <http://eprints.port.ac.uk/15350/>.

3. Alemu G, Stevens B, Ross P. Towards a conceptual framework for user-driven semantic metadata interoperability in digital libraries: A social constructivist approach. New Library World. 2012;113(1/2):38–54.

4. Alemu G, Stevens B, Ross P, Chandler J. ...

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