|Basque Posters Field Name||Comments|
|Poster title||Use a brief descriptive phrase describing poster. Prefer text from
the poster, if there is any. If not, compose a title that describes the
piece [Whether or not to bracket a cataloger-composed title--I think
it hasn't been decided]
Capitalize the first letter of the first word, all proper nouns, and other words in accordance with capitalization practices in the language of the piece.
|Creator||Use for the person who was primarily responsible for making the
content of the resource. Put organizations in Contributor field.
Use the LC Name Authority file, or use the LC format to construct a comparable
Birth and death dates, when available, follow the name, separated by
|Caption||Text from poster that may serve as an alternative title; use it with
a qualifier in brackets, if necessary [we have not used this
correctly; what should we do now; I could probably fix the few]:
Use to supply a description of the poster. Give the source of the poster title, followed by a brief summary (1 - 3 sentences) describing the visual contents of the poster.
Example: Title from poster. Contains the shields of six of the seven provinces of the Basque Country: Alava, Guipuzcoa, Laburdi, Navarra, Vizcaya, and Zuberoa.
|Publisher||Supply the entity responsible for making the resource available. In all cases, the publisher will be: Basque Studies Library, University of Nevada, Reno.|
|Subject||Use headings, keywords, phrases, or names or other terms for
significant people, places, events, etc. to express what the poster is
about. Use as many headings as needed, separated by a semicolon,
space. Separate heading from subheading with a double dash:
Basques--Clothing; Costume--France--Pays Basque.
Controlled vocabulary is LC Subject Headings, or when needed, University of Nevada, Reno local headings (690 field in OPAC).
|Place of Publication||Use place of publication for the original piece. If place is
not available, leave field blank.
Examples: Bilbao, Spain.
||Use for a a person or organization that made a significant intellectual contribution beyond that of the creator, such as an editor, translator, or someone who colorized the poster. Contributor may be a person, organization or service. Use the LC Name Authority file, or use the LC format to construct a comparable heading.|
||Enter dates in the form "YYYY-MM-DD"
[Demo didn't use this format, but it's recommended in best practices; shall I fix them to conform?]
|Date Digital||Date that the poster was digitized by the University of Nevada. Follow the same format as used for Date Original.|
|Searchable Date||Enter the 4 digit year from the "Date Original" field. When a "circa" date has been used in the "Date Original" field, enter a 10-year range (5 years earlier and 5 years later) around your guessed date. For "ca. 1934" (in the "Date Original" field), enter "1929-1939". (CONTENTdm will translate that range into "1929 1930 1931 ... etc." so a user will find the image if they search for any of the included dates.)|
|Resource Type||Use the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) Type Vocabulary. In posters, the type is Image.|
|Format||Use: "image/jpeg" for jpeg images.|
|Digitization Specifications||Use the following phrase:
This image is derived from a high resolution (300 dpi, 24-bit) uncompressed TIFF image that was scanned from the original painting using a 54" VIDAR TruScan TitanIV color scanner, default color configuration.
|Image Number||Accession number assigned to the poster in the Basque Library, starting with a P. Take number directly from the physical piece.|
|Source||Usually will not be used with posters in this collection.
When used, create a free text phrase showing the piece's relationship to an original source:
|Language||Supply the three-letter abbreviation for language.
When using multiple languages, enter additional codes preceded by a
semicolon space (Example: eng; fre). Commonly used abbreviations:
Obtain other abbreviations from the MARC Code List for Languages
|Relation||Use to make reference to another resource. This is rarely used for the Basque posters.|
|Coverage||Use to show extent or scope of the content of the piece. Do not use for the Basque posters.|
|Rights||Use to give information about rights held in and over the resource. For the posters, use the following phrase: "This image is provided for educational purposes only. Any reproduction of this image for profit is prohibited."|
|Contributing Institution||Use: "University of Nevada, Reno"|
|Audience||Do not use for the Basque posters.|