DCMI Type Vocabulary by linxiaoqin

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									Missouri Digital Heritage                                   Updated Metadata Scheme & Quick Reference Guide
24-Sep-09                                                       to Cataloging in Missouri Digital Heritage
Haiying Qian

 Required Elements
 Item Level Records         Fields Name                                               Explanation
                                          A name given to the resource, usually by the resource creator or publisher, or in absence
                                          thereof, by the digitizing/cataloging agency. If no suitable title is available for the resource,
                                          the person creating the metadata record may create a title. If the item is in HTML, view the
                                          source document and title comes from meta title as viewed in source codes, also at top of
                              Title       screen in Netscape and Internet Explorer browsers.
                                          Variants of title. if the item is in html, alternative title comes from the web page itself;
        Title           Title.Alternative subsequent titles, if necessary, are expansion of portions of previous titles.

                                           An entity primarily responsible for the intellectual content of the resource.
                                           For example, the author of written documents; artists, photographers, the collector of
                                           natural specimens or artifacts, illustrators of visual resources, or performers or composers
       Creator               Creator       for sound and other audiovisual resources.
                        Subject.LCSH       Library of Congress Subject Headings
      Subject           Subject.Local
     Description          Description      An account of the content of the resource.
                        Date               Date of the original resource
                        Date.Search        Date of the original resource in ISO format (yyyy-mm-dd) for search purpose
        Date            Date.Digital       Creation date of the digital surrogate.
       Format                Format        Refers only to digital resources.              Example: "image/tiff" or "text/xml".
                                           A character string or record number that clearly and uniquely identifies a digital object
                                           or resource. The Identifier element ensures that individual digital objects can be accessed,
      Identifier             Identifier    managed, stored, recalled, and used reliably. Exp: Peabody_Coal#3.tif
                                           This field is required for any record that describes a resource that is part of larger resource.
                                           This includes records describing individual pieces (e.g. a single photograph) and aggregations
                                           of pieces (e.g. correspondence in someone’s papers) that are part of a larger collection.
       Relation              Relation      Generally the name of the collection is entered.




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                                          When applicable, use the Source element to cite any other resource from which the digital
                                          resource was derived, either in whole or in part. Some digital resources are “born digital” and
                                          derive from no pre-existing resource; in these cases, the Source element is not used.
                                          Note: The Source field does <not> need to be reserved for the name of the digital image
                                          being uploaded to the CONTENTdm server in a tab-delimited file. Any field name will
       Source               Source        work as long as it is the last field in the tab-delimited record,.
                                          Typically, a Rights Management element will contain a rights management statement for the
                                          resource, or reference a service providing such information. Rights information often
                                          encompasses intellectual property rights (IPR), copyright, and various property rights. If the
                                          Rights Management element is absent, no assumptions can be made about the status of these
       Rights               Rights        and other rights with respect to the resource




   Optional Fields:
 Item Level Records
                                         The name of the entity that made the digital resource available in its present
                                         form, such as a corporate body, publishing house, museum, historical society or
Publisher              Publisher.Digital university.
                                         A person or corporate body responsible for making secondary but important
                                         contributions to the content of the resource, who/which is not already included in a
Contributor              Contributor     Creator element field.
                                         Type includes terms describing general categories, functions, genres, or aggregation levels for
                                         content. Recommended best practice is to select a value from a controlled vocabulary (for
                                         example, the DCMI Type Vocabulary -- see 3rd worksheet in this Excel file. To describe the
Type                                     physical or digital manifestation of the resource, use the Format element.
Language               Language
Coverage               Coverage

       Notes:
                                          Other thesauri may be used, such as Medical Subject Headings (MeSh), Art & Architecture
                                          Thesaurus (AAT), Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names (GEGN). In general, any other field
                                          names or qualifiers may be used in addition to the required fields. Non-required fields should
 * Alternate Subject                      be discussed with the Virtually Missouri database coordinator prior to the cataloging process to
      Headings                            ensure optimum mapping and indexing.


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* Books, Monographs            When possible, crosswalk subject headings from MARC records if such cataloging already
 and other Full-Text           exists for the item. Full-text indexing of such materials should not preclude use of subject
     Materials.                headings to improve search and retrieval.



  Collection Level
       Fields:                 Title, Creator, Subject, Description, Identifier, Relation:




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                                        Example(s)                          Controlled Vocabulary or Format Required




Title 18th century costume resources online                      Skip beginning articles

Title. Alternative Eighteenth century costume resources online   Spell out acronym, romanized numbers and so on
                                                                 Surname, First name. Enter corporate names in full, direct form. In the
                                                                 case of a hierarchy, list the parts from the largest to smallest,
                                                                 separated by periods. Use of standardized forms of names and
                                                                 authority files by checking LC authority files. Use "unknown" if
                                                                 creator is unknown.
                                                                                                    LCSH



                                                                                           YYYY-MM-DD



                                                                 Internet Media Types (www.iana.org/assignments/media-types/)

                                                                 Most commonly, use the local digital file name. You may also use a
                                                                 formal identification system such as the URL, URI, or DOI.

                                                                 Input the ISSN, ISBN, other international standard numbers, and local
                                                                 naming conventions that describe the original in the Source field,
                                                                 rather than in the Relation.




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                          Whenever possible, include a unique standard identifier such as an
                          ISBN, ISSN, LC call number, Dewey call number, or NTIS report
                          number. If no standard identifier exists, use a local call number,
                          control number, accession number, or barcode. Identify the institution
                          associated with such locally derived numbers
                          The content of this element is intended to be a rights management or
                          usage statement, a URL that links to a rights management statement.
                          A rights management statement may contain information concerning
                          accessibility, reproduction of images, copyright holder, restrictions,
                          securing permissions for use of text or images, etc




                          Use the DCMI Type Vocabulary
                          (http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmi-type-vocabulary/). Exp:
                          "image," "text," "collection," "moving image," etc.




                          Use of thesauri other than LCSH should be disussed with the Virtually
                          Missouri database coordinator prior to cataloging in order to ensure
                          proper mapping and indexing of subject terms.


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IANA Media Types   http://www.iana.org/assignments/media-types/


application

audio

example

image

message

model

multipart

text

video
DCMI Type Vocabulary (http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmi-type-vocabulary

DCMI Type Vocabulary
            Title: DCMI Type Vocabulary
         Creator: DCMI Usage Board
       Identifier: http://dublincore.org/documents/2006/08/28/dcmi-type-
                   vocabulary/
    Date Issued: 8/28/2006
  Latest Version: http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmi-type-vocabulary/
        Replaces: http://dublincore.org/documents/2004/06/14/dcmi-type-
                   vocabulary/
    Translations: http://dublincore.org/resources/translations/
       Document This is a DCMI Recommendation.
          Status:
     Description: The DCMI Type Vocabulary provides a general,
                   cross-domain list of approved terms that may be
                   used as values for the Resource Type element to
                   identify the genre of a resource. The terms
                   documented here are also included in the more
                   comprehensive document "DCMI Metadata Terms"
                   at http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmi-terms/.
       Date Valid: 8/28/2006
                      Term Name: Collection
URI:               http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Collection
Label:             Collection
Definition:        An aggregation of resources.
Comment:           A collection is described as a group; its parts may
                   also be separately described.
Type of Term:      vocabulary-term
Status:            recommended
Date Issued:                                                 7/11/2000
Version:           Collection-002
                       Term Name: Dataset
URI:               http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Dataset
Label:             Dataset
Definition:        Data encoded in a defined structure.
Comment:           Examples include lists, tables, and databases. A
                   dataset may be useful for direct machine
                   processing.
Type of Term:      vocabulary-term
Status:            recommended
Date Issued:                                                 7/11/2000
Version:           Dataset-002
                          Term Name: Event
URI:               http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Event
Label:             Event
Definition:        A non-persistent, time-based occurrence.
Comment:           Metadata for an event provides descriptive
                   information that is the basis for discovery of the
                   purpose, location, duration, and responsible
                   agents associated with an event. Examples
                   include an exhibition, webcast, conference,
                   workshop, open day, performance, battle, trial,
                   wedding, tea party, conflagration.
Type of Term:      vocabulary-term
Status:            recommended
Date Issued:                                                 7/11/2000
Version:           Event-002
                         Term Name: Image
URI:               http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Image
Label:             Image
Definition:        A visual representation other than text.
Comment:           Examples include images and photographs of
                   physical objects, paintings, prints, drawings, other
                   images and graphics, animations and moving
                   pictures, film, diagrams, maps, musical notation.
                   Note that Image may include both electronic and
                   physical representations.
Type of Term:      vocabulary-term
Broader Than:      http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/StillImage
Broader Than:      http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/MovingImage
Status:            recommended
Date Issued:                                                 7/11/2000
Version:           Image-003
                Term Name: InteractiveResource

URI:               http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/InteractiveResource
Label:             Interactive Resource
Definition:        A resource requiring interaction from the user to
                   be understood, executed, or experienced.
Comment:         Examples include forms on Web pages, applets,
                 multimedia learning objects, chat services, or
                 virtual reality environments.
Type of Term:    vocabulary-term
Status:          recommended
Date Issued:                                             7/11/2000
Version:         InteractiveResource-002
                 Term Name: MovingImage

URI:             http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/MovingImage
Label:           Moving Image
Definition:      A series of visual representations imparting an
                 impression of motion when shown in succession.

Comment:         Examples include animations, movies, television
                 programs, videos, zoetropes, or visual output
                 from a simulation. Instances of the type Moving
                 Image must also be describable as instances of
                 the broader type Image.

Type of Term:    vocabulary-term
Narrower Than:   http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Image
Status:          recommended
Date Issued:                                            11/18/2003
Version:         MovingImage-002
                 Term Name: PhysicalObject

URI:             http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/PhysicalObject
Label:           Physical Object
Definition:      An inanimate, three-dimensional object or
                 substance.
Comment:         Note that digital representations of, or surrogates
                 for, these objects should use Image, Text or one
                 of the other types.
Type of Term:    vocabulary-term
Status:          recommended
Date Issued:                                                7/13/2002
Version:         PhysicalObject-002
                      Term Name: Service
URI:             http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Service
Label:           Service
Definition:      A system that provides one or more functions.
Comment:         Examples include a photocopying service, a
                 banking service, an authentication service,
                 interlibrary loans, a Z39.50 or Web server.
Type of Term:    vocabulary-term
Status:          recommended
Date Issued:                                             7/11/2000
Version:         Service-002
                     Term Name: Software
URI:             http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Software
Label:           Software
Definition:      A computer program in source or compiled form.

Comment:         Examples include a C source file, MS-Windows
                 .exe executable, or Perl script.
Type of Term:    vocabulary-term
Status:          recommended
Date Issued:                                              7/11/2000
Version:         Software-002
                       Term Name: Sound
URI:             http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Sound
Label:           Sound
Definition:      A resource primarily intended to be heard.
Comment:         Examples include a music playback file format, an
                 audio compact disc, and recorded speech or
                 sounds.
Type of Term:    vocabulary-term
Status:          recommended
Date Issued:                                              7/11/2000
Version:         Sound-002
                    Term Name: StillImage
URI:             http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/StillImage
Label:           Still Image
Definition:      A static visual representation.
Comment:         Examples include paintings, drawings, graphic
                 designs, plans and maps. Recommended best
                 practice is to assign the type Text to images of
                 textual materials. Instances of the type Still
                 Image must also be describable as instances of
                 the broader type Image.
Type of Term:    vocabulary-term
Narrower Than:   http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Image
Status:          recommended
Date Issued:                                          11/18/2003
Version:        StillImage-002
                       Term Name: Text
URI:            http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Text
Label:          Text
Definition:     A resource consisting primarily of words for
                reading.
Comment:        Examples include books, letters, dissertations,
                poems, newspapers, articles, archives of mailing
                lists. Note that facsimiles or images of texts are
                still of the genre Text.
Type of Term:   vocabulary-term
Status:         recommended
Date Issued:                                              7/11/2000
Version:        Text-002

								
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