]> RDF Data Source for the RSLP Terms Metadata Vocabulary, annotated for use by IEMSR Registry This RDF Data Source describes the RSLP Terms Metadata Vocabulary and its constituent properties. Descriptions are made using the RDF Vocabulary Description Language (RDF Schema) and the IEMSR RDF vocabulary. application/rdf+xml JISC Information Environment Metadata Schema Registry Project (IEMSR) The JISC IE Metadata Schema Registry (IEMSR) project is funded by JISC through its Shared Services Programme. The IEMSR project is developing a metadata schema registry as a pilot shared service within the JISC Information Environment. JISC IE Metadata Schema Registry The IEMSR project homepage The RSLP Terms metadata vocabulary. 1.0 The RSLP Terms metadata vocabulary includes properties for the description of a Collection, the Location of the Collection and various Agents asssociated with the Collection and its Location. Terms are declared using RDF Schema language and the IEMSR RDF vocabulary. &rslpcdns; rslpcd RSLP Collection Description Project The RSLP Collection Description project worked with other RSLP projects, enabling them to describe their collections in a consistent and machine readable way. Based on a thorough modelling of collections and their catalogues, the project developed a collection description metadata schema and associated syntax using the Resource Description Framework (RDF). RSLP Collection Description Project RSLP Collection Description Project homepage RSLP Collection Description: Collection Description Schema RSLP Collection Description Schema Location A Location is the physical or online (digital) place where a Collection is held. Agent A personal or corporate entity capable of action, and whose relationships with objects or with other agents may involve rights of one kind or another. Strength An indication (free text or formalised) of the strength(s) of the collection. Access Control A statement of any access restrictions placed on the collection, including allowed users, charges, etc. Accrual Status A statement of accrual policy (closed, passive, active, partial/selective), accrual method (purchase, deposit) and accrual periodicity (closed, irregular, periodic). Legal Status A statement of the legal status of the collection. Custodial History A statement of any changes in ownership and custody of the collection that are significant for its authenticity, integrity and interpretation. Note Any general information about the collection. Location of Collection The physical or digital location of the collection. Object Name An object name associated with the items in the collection. Agent Name A personal or corporate name associated with the items in the collection. Accumulation Date Range The range of dates over which the collection was accumulated. Contents Date Range The range of dates of the individual items within the collection. Owner An agent who has legal possession of the collection. Catalogue or Description A second collection that describes the current collection. Described Collection A second collection that is described by the current collection. Associated Collection A second collection that is associated by provenance with the current collection. Associated Publication A publication that is based on the use, study or analysis of the collection. Access Conditions Hours of access, classes of permitted user, etc. Held Collection A collection held at this physical or digital location. See also A resource that provides further information about this location (typically the URL for an organisational home page). Administrator An agent who has responsibility for the physical or electronic enviroment in which the collection is held. Postal address The full postal address for the physical location of the collection. Post/zip code The post code or zip code for the physical location of the collection. Country The country in which the collection is physically located. Locator The online location (URL) of a digital collection. Agent History An administrative history of, or biographical details on, the agent. RSLP Date Range A date range - two dates separated by a forward-slash (/). Each date should be entered according to the W3C note on 'Date and Time Formats'. Null dates may be used to indicate open-ended date ranges. Collection-Level Description Type Vocabulary A list of types that categorize the collection according to its nature, the curatorial environment in which the collection has been made, the content of the collection and the collection policy and/or usage.