Here's a url for one of the sound recordings in our digital preservation

If you click on the "Descriptive metadata" link you'll see a display of
MODS data.

You will find other music examples by going to the viewer test page and selecting one of the
"canned" searches for 78's, LP's, cassettes, etc.

Another LC presentation that displays MODS records is

If you select one of the titles and then select one of the sound
recordings you'll see a display of MODS records for musical items.

Dick Thaxter

On Wed, 24 Sep 2003, Marie-Louise Ayres wrote:

> Dear all
> Have any of you been working on displaying MODS records in a user interface?
> If so, could you point me to any examples, or perhaps share any
> thoughts/decisions on display labels for data?
> Here at the National Library, we are using MODS as our storage schema for
> the MusicAustralia production service (due early next year), and are
> currently developing prototype screens for both brief and full results.
> Any thoughts gratefully received!
> Cheers
> Marie-Louise
> Dr Marie-Louise Ayres
> Project Manager, Music Australia
> National Library of Australia
> Parkes  ACT  2600
> Email: [log in to unmask]
> Phone: +61 2 6262 1536
> Fax:      +61 2 6273 5081

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