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According to the Library of Congress (2012, METS Web Site), "The METS schema is a standard for encoding descriptive, administrative, and structural metadata regarding objects within a digital library, expressed using the XML schema language of the World Wide Web Consortium.
The Library of Congress provides tools on integrating these schemas, and these tools support external metadata creation for use with METS (Library of Congress, 2012, METS Tools and Utilities).
There are, however, some excellent introductory scholarly articles from library and archival journals that provide an analysis of how METS can be used with digital objects.
Guenther and McCallum (2003) state METS "grew out of several experimental 1990s digital projects, [and in] 2001, the Digital Library Federation convened a meeting of experts from several projects to evaluate what had been learned .
Its flexibility also means that METS documents are less interoperable than documents created with a more rigid standard.
Because of this, institutions have begun creating institutional profiles which contain an institution's implementation of METS (i.
Because the flexibility of METS allows for the use of any metadata schema for its administrative and descriptive metadata, redundancies can occur.
METS can allow for federated searching, but in order to do so all of the collections being searched will most likely have to use the same external metadata schemas and content standards.