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The digitized resources use MODS and METS as the underlying schema. There are about 20,000 digital resource.
If you click on an item you'll bring up the bibliographic description and at the bottom you can view the MODS or METS XML.
Example from the Amazing Grace collection:

Rebecca S. Guenther
Senior Networking & Standards Specialist
Network Development & MARC Standards Office
Library of Congress
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Washington, DC 20540
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Subject: [MODS] MODS for digital AV materials

I'm looking for examples of digital collections that use MODS as the schema for their digitized audio and/or video materials. Links to online collections would be great.

Thanks for your help!

Amanda Raab
Catalog and Metadata Librarian
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum | Library and Archives
2809 Woodland Avenue | Cleveland, OH 44115
phone: 216.515.1932 | fax: 216.515.1964
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