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Several Universitary Libraries are converting their old format to the MODS format (see Use of MODS). The libraries from Utrecht University and Leiden University both used DSpace, but are converting or have converted to MODS. In this document, we'll give the conversion as done by UBU (Utrecht) and UBL (Leiden) with remarks at the UBL mapping from Utrecht.

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DC field

Title

MODS field

Comments (from Leiden and when noted from Utrecht)

contributor

author

<name><namePart>*<role type="text">creator*

 

contributor

editor

<name><namePart>*<role type="text">editor*

 

contributor

promotor

<name><namePart>*<role type="text">promotor*

 

contributor

 

<name><namePart>

 

coverage

court

<subject><hierarchicalGeographic>

 

coverage

researchinstiture

<subject><hierarchicalGeographic>

 

coverage

spatial

<subject><geographic>

 

creator

faculty

<name type="text">corporate

 

creator

metisid

<name type="text">enumerated

Utrecht: is this the DAI? We use that as suffix for contributor.author

creator

 

<name><description>

 

date

accessioned

<originInfo><dateCaptured>

(means 'addition to repositorium' -> date in DSPACE

date

available

<originInfo><dateOther type="text">available

 

date

created

<originInfo><dateCreated>

 

date

issued

<originInfo><dateIssued>

 

date

metis

<originInfo><dateOther type="text">metis

 

description

abstract

<abstract>

 

description

sponsorship

<note>

 

description

 

<note>

 

format

extent

<physicalDescription><extent>

 

format

mimetype

<physicalDescription><internetMediaType>

 

identifier

annotationnr

<identifier type="text">annotationnr

 

identifier

metisid

<identifier type="text">metisid

 

identifier

uri

<location><uri>

 

language

 

<language>

 

publisher

place

<originInfo><place>

 

publisher

 

<originInfo>

 

<ac:structured-macro ac:name="unmigrated-wiki-markup" ac:schema-version="1" ac:macro-id="0d60a05046b38f14-57014304-4fea4ea8-80f2a956-ace1ac7cc5c48acc5785a1cd"><ac:plain-text-body><![CDATA[

relation

references

[Title of a book][][Place of publication]:[] [publisher]; [ ][year of issue].

Utrecht: We don't use relation.references

]]></ac:plain-text-body></ac:structured-macro>

rights

 

<accessCondition>

 

source

booktitle

<relatedItem><titleinfo><title>

Utrecht: We use our own defined field relation.ispartofmonograph

source

bundletitle

<relatedItem><type>bundle</type><titleinfo><title>

Utrecht: We use our own defined field relation.ispartofseries

source

contribution

<relatedItem><type>contributing</type><titleinfo><title>

Utrecht: We don't use a field for this (yet)

source

epage

<relatedItem><part><extent><end>

Utrecht: We use our own defined field relation.ispartofendpage

source

issue

<relatedItem><type>issue</type><titleinfo><title>

Utrecht: We use our own defined field relation.ispartofissue

source

journaltitle

<relatedItem><type>host</type><titleinfo><title>

Utrecht: We use our own defined field relation.ispartofseries

source

pag

<relatedItem><part><extent><total>

Utrecht: We don't use a field for this (yet)

source

series

<relatedItem><type>series</type><titleinfo><title>

Utrecht: We use our own defined field relation.ispartofmonograph

source

spage

<relatedItem><part><extent><start>

Utrecht: We use our own defined field relation.ispartofstartpage

source

uri

<location><url>

Utrecht: We don't think this is part of MODS

source

volume

<relatedItem><type>bundle</type><identifier>

Utrecht: We use our own defined field relation.ispartofvolume

source

 

<relatedItem><note>

Utrecht: We use our own defined field description.note

subject

ddc

<classification>*<authority>ddc*

 

subject

lcc

<classification>*<authority>lcc*

 

subject

lcsh

<subject><authority>lcsh

 

subject

mesh

<subject><authority>mesh

 

subject

 

<subject><name>

 

title

alternative

<titleInfo><type>alternative<title>

 

title

 

<titleInfo><title>

 

type

class

 

KNAW
Utrecht: We don't think this is part of MODS

type

metis

 

Utrecht: We don't use a part field, but make a mapping to dc:type with import

type

 

 

 

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