PRISM Metadata Initiative
►►► Download New PRISM Rights Draft Documents for Public Comment
►►► Link to Comment on PRISM Rights Drafts (Comments due February 10, 2015)
►►► Download New PRISM Crafts Metadata Specification Draft for Public Comment
►►► Link to Comment on PRISM Crafts Metadata Specification Draft (Comments due February 10, 2015)
►►► Download New PRISM Crafts Guide Draft for Public Comment
►►► Link to Comment on PRISM Crafts Guide Draft (Comments due February 10, 2015)
What is PRISM?
PRISM is industry-standard Metadata that can be used to build efficient, multi-channel publishing solutions.
With PRISM a publisher can create, manage, aggregate, produce, distribute and reuse content.
The Source is the Solution! The Magic is in the Metadata!
The PRISM Metadata Initiative is an Idealliance Working Group that develops interoperable, standardized, metadata-based publishing solutions. The PRISM Metadata Initiative brings together the work done by the PRISM (Publishing Requirements for Industry Standard Metadata) Working Group and the nextPub/PRISM Source Vocabulary Working Group to function as a single, unified body with the ongoing mission of developing standardized, metadata-based solutions for publishers.
Using PRISM you can:
About PRISM Metadata Specifications:
The PRISM Working Group initiated its work in 1999, released PRISM 1.0 in 2001 and addressed publishing across media platforms by releasing PRISM 2.0 in 2008. Today PRISM Specifications serve as the foundation for threee XML publishing solutions: