Navigating through the Panoply of Provenance (PoP) Metadata Standards useful for Digital Curation

In this workshop series, the following provenance models and metadata standards will be discussed and evaluated using real-world research data provided by the organizers. Emphasis will be placed on highlighting the strengths and capabilities of each model, as well as shortcomings of any individual model which are handled by one or more of the others.
  • PREMIS: This is an international metadata standard developed by Library of Congress to support digital curation and preservation. More details can be found at:  https://www.loc.gov/standards/premis/
  • PROV: PROV is a family of models and standards proposed by the W3C. It is used to document provenance information of data and digital objects. More details can be found at: https://www.w3.org/TR/prov-overview/
  • ProvONE: This is an extension model of PROV which includes concepts and attributes for specifying workflows and data products produced by their execution. More details can be found at: https://purl.dataone.org/provone-v1-dev

iConference 2021 PoP workshop COMING SOON on March 19th 

Excited about our iConference 2021 workshop?

See separate tabs for the iConf21 schedule and materials. Just a brief sneak peek: we will be using Animal Crossing New Horizons examples for our workshop! Workshop- [schedule][materials]

Never played ACNH? No problem! Here’s a short video for the uninitiated:

Join our Zoom session on March 19th, 9:30am EST! 


Meeting ID: 322 321 9920
Password: 507076

For further questions regarding the workshop and registration process, please contact the Workshop Chairs:

Michael Gryk (gryk2@illinois.edu) | Twitter: @connjur
Jessica Yi-Yun Cheng (yiyunyc2@illinois.edu) | Twitter: @yiyunjessica
Rhiannon Bettivia (rhiannon.bettivia@simmons.edu) | Twitter: @RBettivia