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DCMI Global Corporate Circle
2003-2004 Activities of the Global Corporate Circle
The Global Corporate Circle executed the following activities in 2003-2004:
Organizing a special session or conference track for next year's conference in Shanghai for case studies or best practices in implementing Dublin Core in the corporate setting. Efforts will be coordinated with the DCMI Leadership and local Shanghai advisory committee.
Leader: Sarah Rice (email@example.com) of Seneb Consulting
Assisting: Harvey Kriloff (Harvey.firstname.lastname@example.org) of Boeing
An all day pre or post-conference workshop similar to the Search and Metadata workshop at next year's conference in Shanghai. Basic details for the conference workshop to be outlined by March or April of 2004.
Leader: Paula Land (email@example.com) of Microsoft
Assisting: Lisa Chan (firstname.lastname@example.org) of Stanford Graduate School of Business
Collection of best practices, case studies and other materials with an ultimate goal of creating implementation guidelines for DC in the corporate setting. This will be facilitated through the Corporate Circle listserv (information on signing up for this closed list is available at the Corporate Circle web page under Forum), and resulting documents will be published on the Corporate Circle web site (or elsewhere depending on demand)
Leader: Helen Josephine (email@example.com) of Intel
Assisting: Igor Peresic (firstname.lastname@example.org) of Entopia
The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) is a project of ASIS&T—a U.S. 501(c)(3) nonprofit under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to DCMI through ASIS&T are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law in the United States.