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Metadata is one of the important concept in the field of digital technology throughout the higher education as well as research environment. Digital resource management is possible through open source standard and tool. This paper has select the metadata standard like Visual Resource Association (VRA) Core. Now the methodology is very simple to perform and add the different items in this system. Integrated this VRA Core metadata framework with the Omeka open source software for the better management of library resources. Apart from this it is also manage the Museum for cataloguing the different images with suitable metadata. This integrated framework is very user-friendly for easy install and configure the metadata with fulltext documents and also display the ngram view with sequence graph of different metadata available in the database.



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