We do structural metadata manually, too, Denise. If you'd like more info, 
please let me know off list.



At 02:13 PM 4/6/2005 -0400, you wrote:

>Denise, we're doing this for the History E-Book Project, but it is a
>manual process. We're inserting part and chapter information down to 4
>layers. We have more advanced navigation for the fully encoded books in
>the collection, but it seems like you're asking about digitized
>versions of the print. Am I right?
>Two examples
>(I'm not sure if your instition has access to the texts, but you should
>be able to, at least, see the tables of contents.)
>Best Regards,
>On Apr 6, 2005, at 1:48 PM, Denise Troll Covey wrote:
>>Is anyone capturing structural metadata to facilitate navigation of
>>digitized books (for example, navigating chapter by chapter, or
>>a list of figures or tables)?  If you are aware of anyone doing this
>>please contact me.  I need to talk to someone with hands-on experience.
>>Thank you.
>>Denise Troll Covey
>>Principal Librarian for Special Projects
>>Carnegie Mellon University Libraries
>>4909 Frew St., Hunt Library
>>Pittsburgh, PA  15213
>>412-268-2793 (fax)
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Head of Metadata Services
Central Technical Services
Cornell University Library
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