Metadata Mappings

The following table lists all the metadata elements allowed in the Will's World schema, and the elements from each data source which will map to those elements.



The following table lists all the metadata elements allowed in the Will's World schema, and the elements from each data source which will map to those elements.



Element Description Mediahub StatAcc Culture Grid NLS British Museum
(metadata named by label in HTML)
dc:identifier Unique record identifier. dc:identifier dc:identifier
ww:alt_identifier One or more alternative identifiers, such as ISBN, LCCN, dewey decimal etc. registration number
bibliographic ref
dc:source [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] A URL for the original resource. dc:relation pURL dc:related.link url
dc:relation [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] A URL for related resources. dcterms.isPartOf
(collection to which resource belongs)
ul.moreViews
(links to related images e.g. reverse)
associated names (links)
dc:type [@xsi:type="dcterms:DCMIType"] The type of the record or object or resource. This should be taken from a controlled vocabulary of types. dc:type dcmi:type
record_type
(item, collection, institution)
object types
dcterms:extent The extent of the object; this can be the duration of audio/video, the size of a file, a reference to the pages of text. The type of the information presented should be clarified using XML elements. dcterms:extent
dc:title Title of the described resource. dc:title dc:title title title
dc:alternative An alternative title, including subtitles, long titles, alternative and translated titles.
dc:description A description of the item; may include text from several other fields, concatenated or organised under subelements.
The text should be structured using XML elements. As far as possible, the text should also read well if the elements are stripped out.
Several pieces of metadata that don't naturally fit into other fields will be included here. Their values should be searchable through Solr text search even though they do not have a dedicated field.
dc:description dc:description summary
commentarytitle
commentary
description
department
location (collections locn of object)

Object metadata:
materials, techniques
schools/styles
inscriptions
dimensions

production person, production place
curator's comments
associated titles
associated names (links)
acquisition date, acquisition name
ww:link-to-wills-world [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] Persistent URL to view item record in WW. mhub:link-to-mediahub
ww:thumbnail-url [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] URL of a thumbnail image if available. mhub:thumbnail-url pndsterms.thumbnail
dc:created [@xsi:type="xsd:date"] Date of 'creation' or publication. This may be interpreted slightly differently depending on the type of object, but in general is the date on which the object being described came into being. The object described may be a digital resource. dc:created
dc:date DC says "A point or period of time associated with an event in the lifecycle of the resource."
This should be the date of the content of the resource, i.e. of the item represented in a digitisation, rather than the digital item itself. May also represent e.g. life dates of a person.
The content should be structured using XML to indicate what event is being described.
account date
acquisition date?
ww:credit
dcterms:rightsHolder?
The person(s) and/or organization(s) who must be credited when an item is displayed. Free text and repeatable. mhub:credit department
registration number
bibliographic ref
location (collections locn of object)
acquisition date, acquisition name ?
ww:rights
dcterms:rights?
A rights statement for the item. Free text. There can only be one definitive rights statement. mhub:rights
mhub:collection-access
europeana:rights
dc:rights
(c) copyright
dc:creator The creator of the resource; often an author. If no value is available, the providing institution may be used. dc:creator
dc:contributor A contributor to the realisation of the resource; often an editor. dc:contributor production person
acquisition date, acquisition name ?
dc:publisher Anyone involved in the production of the resource; often publisher but also sponsor, funder. Could be read as "non-creative contributor". dc:publisher
tei:pubPlace Where a book was published (or an item produced) production place?
dc:subject Subjects covered by the resource. This can be topics, people, places, time periods. The specific type can be indicated by a subelement or attribute. dc:subject dc:subject
ww:genre (relevant to text or book) One or more genres that may be applied to the content of the item.
dc:language Language of a resource. dc:language
dcterms:spatial Spatial characteristics of the resource. This is generally the geographical location of the subject of the resource, described by name or coordinates. This is also used for describing e.g. objects in a collection, and includes physical characteristics such as material and size. dc:coverage county
parish
dcterms:spatial
unparsed.place
(text name of place; institutions)
dimensions
dcterms:temporal Temporal characteristics of the resource - "may be a named period, date, or date range". Child elements should elaborate detail. mhub:temporal-coverage dcterms:temporal
tei:authority The name of a person or other agency responsible for making an electronic file available, other than a publisher or distributor. authority authority
tei:sourceDesc
provenance/source/edition
This represents "the source from which an electronic text was derived or generated, typically a bibliographic description". It may also be the source of the text which was used in the production of the values in a field. Those entities with no source text may be declared "born-digital".
The field may reference a particular Shakespeare version or edition (e.g. Riverside, Moby etc), using appropriate fields such as "edition".
titledesc
(quarto and date ref)

The following table lists all the metadata elements allowed in the Will's World schema, and the elements from BBC's Restless World which will map to those elements.



Element Description Restless World: Programme Restless World: Object Restless World: Combined
dc:identifier Unique record identifier.
ww:alt_identifier One or more alternative identifiers, such as ISBN, LCCN, dewey decimal etc.
dcterms:accessRights hosted/open/restricted
dc:source [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] A URL for the original resource. URL for programme
dc:relation [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] A URL for related resources. .'module object-bio'/.module-inner/p/a.external
#programme-links/module-inner/a*
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/p/a.external
#programme-links/module-inner/a*
dc:type [@xsi:type="dcterms:DCMIType"] The type of the record or object or resource. This should be taken from a controlled vocabulary of types.
dcterms:extent The extent of the object; this can be the duration of audio/video, the size of a file, a reference to the pages of text. The type of the information presented should be clarified using XML elements.
dc:title Title of the described resource. page-heading/fake-heading/page-title gallery/h2 page-heading/fake-heading/page-title
dc:alternative An alternative title, including subtitles, long titles, alternative and translated titles. page-heading/fake-heading/sub-title page-heading/fake-heading/sub-title
gallery/h2
dc:description A description of the item; may include text from several other fields, concatenated or organised under subelements.
The text should be structured using XML elements. As far as possible, the text should also read well if the elements are stripped out.
Several pieces of metadata that don't naturally fit into other fields will be included here. Their values should be searchable through Solr text search even though they do not have a dedicated field.
page-heading/fake-heading/page-title
page-heading/fake-heading/sub-title
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/p*
.module/.module-inner[./h2/text()=Background/ul.facts
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.quotes*
(add related play titles through Objects by play link)
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.facts
page-heading/fake-heading/page-title
page-heading/fake-heading/sub-title
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/p*
.module/.module-inner[./h2/text()="Background"/ul.facts
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.quotes*
(add related play titles through Objects by play link)
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.facts
ww:link-to-wills-world [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] Persistent URL to view item record in WW.
ww:thumbnail-url [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] URL of a thumbnail image if available. .gallery-scroller/ul.gallery-thumbnails/li* .gallery-scroller/ul.gallery-thumbnails/li*
dc:created [@xsi:type="xsd:date"] Date of 'creation' or publication. This may be interpreted slightly differently depending on the type of object, but in general is the date on which the object being described came into being. The object described may be a digital resource.
dc:date DC says "A point or period of time associated with an event in the lifecycle of the resource."
This should be the date of the content of the resource, i.e. of the item represented in a digitisation, rather than the digital item itself. May also represent e.g. life dates of a person.
The content should be structured using XML to indicate what event is being described.
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.facts "Date" .'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.facts "Date"
ww:credit
dcterms:rightsHolder?
The person(s) and/or organization(s) who must be credited when an item is displayed. Free text and repeatable.
ww:rights
dcterms:rights?
A rights statement for the item. Free text. There can only be one definitive rights statement.
dc:creator The creator of the resource; often an author. If no value is available, the providing institution may be used. .'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.facts "Made by" .'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.facts "Made by"
dc:contributor A contributor to the realisation of the resource; often an editor.
dc:publisher Anyone involved in the production of the resource; often publisher but also sponsor, funder. Could be read as "non-creative contributor".
tei:pubPlace Where a book was published (or an item produced)
dc:subject Subjects covered by the resource. This can be topics, people, places, time periods. The specific type can be indicated by a subelement or attribute. related plays related plays related plays
ww:genre (relevant to text or book) One or more genres that may be applied to the content of the item.
dc:language Language of a resource.
dcterms:spatial Spatial characteristics of the resource. This is generally the geographical location of the subject of the resource, described by name or coordinates. This is also used for describing e.g. objects in a collection, and includes physical characteristics such as material and size. .'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.facts "Made in"
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.facts "Size", "Material"
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.facts "Made in"
.'module object-bio'/.module-inner/dl.facts "Size", "Material"
dcterms:temporal Temporal characteristics of the resource - "may be a named period, date, or date range". Child elements should elaborate detail.
tei:authority The name of a person or other agency responsible for making an electronic file available, other than a publisher or distributor.
tei:sourceDesc
provenance/source/edition
This represents "the source from which an electronic text was derived or generated, typically a bibliographic description". It may also be the source of the text which was used in the production of the values in a field. Those entities with no source text may be declared "born-digital".
The field may reference a particular Shakespeare version or edition (e.g. Riverside, Moby etc), using appropriate fields such as "edition".

The following table lists all the metadata elements allowed in the Will's World schema, and the elements from text mark up providers which will map to those elements.

This mapping is incomplete; it is unclear how to handle texts.

Element Description Perseus OpenSource Shakespeare
dc:identifier Unique record identifier.
ww:alt_identifier One or more alternative identifiers, such as ISBN, LCCN, dewey decimal etc.
dcterms:accessRights hosted/open/restricted
dc:source [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] A URL for the original resource.
dc:relation [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] A URL for related resources.
dc:type [@xsi:type="dcterms:DCMIType"] The type of the record or object or resource. This should be taken from a controlled vocabulary of types.
dcterms:extent The extent of the object; this can be the duration of audio/video, the size of a file, a reference to the pages of text. The type of the information presented should be clarified using XML elements. tei:extent
(size of file)
dc:title Title of the described resource. sourceDesc/biblStruct/monogr/title
dc:alternative An alternative title, including subtitles, long titles, alternative and translated titles. longtitle
dc:description A description of the item; may include text from several other fields, concatenated or organised under subelements. The text should be structured using XML elements. As far as possible, the text should also read well if the elements are stripped out. Several pieces of metadata that don't naturally fit into other fields will be included here. Their values should be searchable through Solr text search even though they do not have a dedicated field.
ww:link-to-wills-world [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] Persistent URL to view item record in WW.
ww:thumbnail-url [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] URL of a thumbnail image if available.
dc:created [@xsi:type="xsd:date"] Date of 'creation' or publication. This may be interpreted slightly differently depending on the type of object, but in general is the date on which the object being described came into being. The object described may be a digital resource. Date
dc:date DC says "A point or period of time associated with an event in the lifecycle of the resource." This should be the date of the content of the resource, i.e. of the item represented in a digitisation, rather than the digital item itself. May also represent e.g. life dates of a person. The content should be structured using XML to indicate what event is being described.
ww:credit
dcterms:rightsHolder?
The person(s) and/or organization(s) who must be credited when an item is displayed. Free text and repeatable.
ww:rights
dcterms:rights?
A rights statement for the item. Free text. There can only be one definitive rights statement. tei:availability
dc:creator The creator of the resource; often an author. If no value is available, the providing institution may be used. tei:author
dc:contributor A contributor to the realisation of the resource; often an editor. tei:editor
dc:publisher Anyone involved in the production of the resource; often publisher but also sponsor, funder. Could be read as "non-creative contributor". tei:publisher
tei:sponsor
(subelements principal, respStmt, name)
tei:funder
tei:pubPlace Where a book was published (or an item produced) tei:pubPlace
dc:subject Subjects covered by the resource. This can be topics, people, places, time periods. The specific type can be indicated by a subelement or attribute.
ww:genre (relevant to text or book) One or more genres that may be applied to the content of the item. genre
dc:language Language of a resource.
dcterms:spatial Spatial characteristics of the resource. This is generally the geographical location of the subject of the resource, described by name or coordinates. This is also used for describing e.g. objects in a collection, and includes physical characteristics such as material and size.
dcterms:temporal Temporal characteristics of the resource - "may be a named period, date, or date range". Child elements should elaborate detail.
tei:authority The name of a person or other agency responsible for making an electronic file available, other than a publisher or distributor. tei:authority
tei:sourceDesc provenance/source/edition This represents "the source from which an electronic text was derived or generated, typically a bibliographic description". It may also be the source of the text which was used in the production of the values in a field. Those entities with no source text may be declared "born-digital". The field may reference a particular Shakespeare version or edition (e.g. Riverside, Moby etc), using appropriate fields such as "edition". sourceDesc
(author, editors, publisher, pubPlace)
source

The following table lists all the metadata elements allowed in the Will's World schema, and the elements from Open Library which will map to those elements.

This mapping is incomplete; it is unclear how to handle texts.

Element Description OpenLibrary
Book Edition Work Author
dc:identifier Unique record identifier.
ww:alt_identifier One or more alternative identifiers, such as ISBN, LCCN, dewey decimal etc. bibo:lccn lccn
lc_classifications
dewey_decimal_class
isbn_10
isbn_13
oclc_numbers
source_records/marc
dcterms:accessRights hosted/open/restricted
dc:source [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] A URL for the original resource. works/key
(relative URL to a book (e.g. King Lear) which covers subjects etc)
key
(relative URL to editions of the book)
dc:relation [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] A URL for related resources. rdrel:workManifested frbr:Work
rdrel:workManifested
foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf
(wikipedia link)
dc:type [@xsi:type="dcterms:DCMIType"] The type of the record or object or resource. This should be taken from a controlled vocabulary of types.
dcterms:extent The extent of the object; this can be the duration of audio/video, the size of a file, a reference to the pages of text. The type of the information presented should be clarified using XML elements. dcterms:extent pagination
dc:title Title of the described resource. dc:title full_title dc:title foaf:Person/name
dc:alternative An alternative title, including subtitles, long titles, alternative and translated titles. subtitle
dc:description A description of the item; may include text from several other fields, concatenated or organised under subelements. The text should be structured using XML elements. As far as possible, the text should also read well if the elements are stripped out. Several pieces of metadata that don't naturally fit into other fields will be included here. Their values should be searchable through Solr text search even though they do not have a dedicated field. rdvocab:note number_of_pages
by_statement
dc:description rdg2:biographicalInformation
(free text)
ww:link-to-wills-world [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] Persistent URL to view item record in WW.
ww:thumbnail-url [@xsi:type="dcterms:URI"] URL of a thumbnail image if available.
dc:created [@xsi:type="xsd:date"] Date of 'creation' or publication. This may be interpreted slightly differently depending on the type of object, but in general is the date on which the object being described came into being. The object described may be a digital resource. dc:issued publish_date dc:date
dc:date DC says "A point or period of time associated with an event in the lifecycle of the resource." This should be the date of the content of the resource, i.e. of the item represented in a digitisation, rather than the digital item itself. May also represent e.g. life dates of a person. The content should be structured using XML to indicate what event is being described. bio:event/bio:Birth
bio:event/bio:Death
ww:credit
dcterms:rightsHolder?
The person(s) and/or organization(s) who must be credited when an item is displayed. Free text and repeatable.
ww:rights
dcterms:rights?
A rights statement for the item. Free text. There can only be one definitive rights statement. dc:contributor
dc:creator The creator of the resource; often an author. If no value is available, the providing institution may be used. bibo:authorList
(descriptions, each with a URL and author-name-valued subel)
authors
by_statement ?
dcterms:creator
dc:contributor A contributor to the realisation of the resource; often an editor.
dc:publisher Anyone involved in the production of the resource; often publisher but also sponsor, funder. Could be read as "non-creative contributor". dc:publisher
tei:pubPlace Where a book was published (or an item produced) rdvocab:placeOfPublication publish_place
dc:subject Subjects covered by the resource. This can be topics, people, places, time periods. The specific type can be indicated by a subelement or attribute. dc:subject subjects
subject_places
subject_times
subject_people
dcterms:subject
ww:genre (relevant to text or book) One or more genres that may be applied to the content of the item. genre
dc:language Language of a resource. dc:language languages
dcterms:spatial Spatial characteristics of the resource. This is generally the geographical location of the subject of the resource, described by name or coordinates. This is also used for describing e.g. objects in a collection, and includes physical characteristics such as material and size. dcterms:coverage
(places)
dcterms:temporal Temporal characteristics of the resource - "may be a named period, date, or date range". Child elements should elaborate detail. dcterms:coverage
(periods)
tei:authority The name of a person or other agency responsible for making an electronic file available, other than a publisher or distributor.
tei:sourceDesc
provenance/source/edition
This represents "the source from which an electronic text was derived or generated, typically a bibliographic description". It may also be the source of the text which was used in the production of the values in a field. Those entities with no source text may be declared "born-digital". The field may reference a particular Shakespeare version or edition (e.g. Riverside, Moby etc), using appropriate fields such as "edition". series