On Wed, 16 Jul 2003 12:45:06 -0700, "Karen Coyle" <[log in to unmask]>
> At 06:17 AM 7/16/2003 -0800, Bruce D'Arcus wrote:
> >2) more a bibliographic question, but when is it appropriate to use the
> >"manuscript" and "collection" flags?
> Again, these are very library metadata-centric, so your metadata set may
> not need them. A manuscript is... well, it's a manuscript, although
> today's manuscripts are both hand-written, typed (on a typewriter) or printed
> from a computer. The main thing is that the item is a one-off and hasn't been
> published. In library catalogs, unpublished dissertations are coded as
OK, so it's unpublished. Thanks :-)
BTW, BibX does something similar with a publication-status attribute.
Possible values include published, unpublished, in-press, in-review, etc.
This isn't a huge deal, and some of it is certainly not of concern to
libraries, but it'd nice to have this...
Oh, and my other question; about the ID attribute in the <mods> element
in comparison to the identifier element?
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