|Then, actually test the
Dictionary in real life settings, using it, for example, in a new project to
create educational assets, or to update a previously archived collection.
|Again, revise the
dictionary as indicated by the testing results.
|Then, publish Version One
for the free use of all public broadcasters and their partners.
|Finally, the group was
convinced early on by one of our subject matter experts, Grace Agnew, that
all this work wouldn’t be worth much if we didn’t have some kind of plan for
maintaining the Dictionary over time.
|The working group’s last
act will be to make recommendations about how public broadcasting should
handle the matter of data, and who’s the boss of it. It promises to be another difficult and