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Metadata 8/7/2012 Katie Moss Digital Metadata Technician, Digital Library Services
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:
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