In 2014, the HiPSTAS Project received a second round of funding from the NEH, from the Preservation and Access Division’s Research and Development grant for HRDR (HiPSTAS Research and Development with Repositories).

Goal: to develop software (ARLO) to help users automate metadata description for undescribed sound collections.

Products will include:

  1. open source software (ARLO) that can be used with a variety of repositories (Fedora, ContentDM, etc.) and tools
  2. workshops and documentation for wider dissemination and training;
  3. and

  4. a white paper detailing best practices in generating descriptive metadata for audio collections in the humanities.

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