Relation (Optional)

Related resource (e.g. If an item is related or a part of another resource; for example a picture being scanned from a book than a bibliographic citation would be given to the book. Ex:Columbus Men Worthwhile: Presented in Cartoon, by Billy Ireland, OH 741.5 I652c, (p.219))

Property Value
Label Relation
DPLA Propertydc:relation
DescriptionRelated resource
ExampleIf an item is related or a part of another resource; for example a picture being scanned from a book than a bibliographic citation would be given to the book. Ex:Columbus Men Worthwhile: Presented in Cartoon, by Billy Ireland, OH 741.5 I652c, (p.219)
RepeatableYes
DC 1.1 Mappingdc:relation
MARC Mapping530; 760-787 subfields o and t
NotesRecommended best practice is to identify the related resource by means of a string conforming to a formal identification system. Relationships may be expressed reciprocally (if the resources on both ends of the relationship are being described) or in one direction only, even when there is a refinement available to allow reciprocity. If text strings are used instead of identifying numbers, the reference should be appropriately specific. For instance, a formal bibliographic citation might be used to point users to a particular resource.
Index of Properties
Label The unique name used in the Metadata Application Profile.
Status Status labels for elements can include Required, Recommended, and Optional.
Description Brief description of the element.
Refines The Dublin Core metadata field of which the described term is a sub-property.
Repeatable ‘YES’ means that a field may be used multiple times in an item record.
‘NO’ means that a field can onlt be used once in an item record.
Controlled Vocab/Syntax Recommended vocabulary for element, if available.
(For data quality and consistency)
DC 1.1 Mapping The Dublin Core element to which the metadata field name maps.
MARC Mapping The MARC field to which the Dublin Core metadata is crosswalked.
Notes Applicable notes for the element.
Example Examples of best practices for the described field.