68 · Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
35. What metadata schema(s) does your library (plan to) have and/or create for digital content? Check
all that apply. N=50
Dublin Core 40 80%
Qualiﬁed Dublin Core 35 70%
METS 35 70%
PREMIS 26 52%
MODS 25 50%
Other schema 18 36%
Please specify the other schema.
Domain speciﬁc schemas or formats for research datasets.
EAD ﬁnding aids.
EAD, NLM, FGDC.
In development. Other metadata schemas may be recommended/used.
MARC, MIX, TEI, RDF.
MARC, VRA Core, TEI header, AES57 audio technical metadata, AES-X098C process history metadata, locally deﬁned
schemas for technical and digital provenance metadata.
MARCXML is automatically also created, although many of the ﬁelds may not map depending on the data available.
MIX; Darwin Core.
NLM-deﬁned DTDs for PubMed Central.
Preservation schema has not been chosen as of yet.
Rules for Archival Description.
VRA Core, MARC, EAD.
VRA core, MARCXML, PBCore, MIX, TEI.
We’re using Dublin Core now and plan to look more into PREMIS and METS/MODS.