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Metadata 8/7/2012 Katie Moss Digital Metadata Technician, Digital Library Services firstname.lastname@example.org
Dublin Core The 15 Simple Dublin Core Elements 1.Title 2.Creator 3.Subject 4.Description 5.Publisher 6.Contributor 7.Date 8.Type 9.Format 10.Identifier 11.Source 12.Language 13.Relation 14.Coverage 15.Rights
Title Title: The name given to the item. Example: Femme Wolof avec son pilon et son enfant sur le dos.
Subject Subject: keywords that describe the topic Example:
Description Description: an explanation of the content Example:
Type Type: a category for the content Example:
Source Source: where the content originally derived from Example:
Relation Relation: how the content relates to other resources for instance, if it is a chapter in a book Example:
Coverage Coverage: the spatial or temporal topic of the resource. Example:
Creator Creator: the person or organization responsible for the content. Example:
Publisher Publisher: those responsible for making the resource available. Example:
Contributor Contributor: those who added to the content. Example:
Rights Rights: copyrights or a link to a copyright notice Example:
Date Date: when the resource was created Example:
Format Format: how the resource is presented Example:
Identifier Identifier: a unique reference for the resource. Example:
Language Language: in what language the content is written Example:
Author: Julia Richards and R. Scott Hawley
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