Review of "Metadata Best Practices for Trans and Gender Diverse Resources"
The Metadata Best Practices for Trans and Gender Diverse Resources is a set of best practices written by the Trans Metadata Collective for describing, cataloging, and classifying information resources about trans and gender diverse people. The document serves as a resource for workers in cultural heritage institutions who create metadata about trans and gender diverse people. This review explores the Collective's efforts to develop an accessible best practices guide that positions users’ humanity before machine operability.
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