||Creator/Contributor role indicates the relationship of that person or corporate body to the resource being described.
N.B. Except where specified in the "Notes", Creator/Contributor roles and definitions for the roles come from the Library of Congress's MARC Code Lists for Relators, Sources, Description Conventions:
||Agent or creator type categorizes whether the creator name belongs to an individual, an organization, an event, or a software.
||Qualifiers for the UNTL Citation metadata field.
||The term collection means that the resource is described as a group; its parts may also be separately described and navigated. Collection name refers to a larger group of resources with a unique collective title to which the resource being described belongs. We added a filed "system" for each collection term with a value of either "pth" for the Portal to Texas History, or "dc" for UNT Digital Collections.
The highlights of the PTH Collections can be viewed at: http://texashistory.unt.edu/browse/?browseby=collection.
Similarly, the highlights of the UNT Digital Collections can be viewed at: http://www.library.unt.edu/libraries-and-collections/digital-collections .
||Coverage Time Period
||Coverage time periods refer to time periods that are covered and/or discussed in the intellectual content of the resource, not the creation (publication) date.
||Coverage is the extent or scope of the content of the resource. It will typically include spatial location (a place name or geographic coordinates) and a temporal period (a period label, date, or date range).
||Dates associated with events in the life cycle of the resource.
||Degree information provides detail information associated with the work as it appears within the work.
||Degree level refers to level of education associated with the document.
||Both content and physical descriptions of the resource.
||Format is the structural type of the digital manifestation.
||Identifier type refers to a formal identifier for a resource that identifies it uniquely and persistently.
||Institution is a consistent reference to the administrative unit that owns the digital resource for which metadata was created (currently for the Portal to Texas History).
||Language refers to the language of the intellectual content of the resource. This will be the language in which a text is written or the spoken language of an audio or video. Visual images normally do not have a language unless there is significant text in a caption or in the image itself.
||Linking Agent Roles
||Agent roles used in the creation of Premis events.
||Qualifiers for UNTL meta element
||Qualifier types for the meta element in the UNTL metadata format.
||Qualifiers used by UNTL metadata format for the note element.
||Preservation events are actions performed on digital objects within a preservation repository.
Mostly lifted from http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/preservationEvents.html
Maintained as a separate list for easier migration forward.
||Degree - Publication Type
||This vocabulary refers to a type of ETD produced by students in the degree-seeking process.
||Relation is simply a reference to a related resource. It indicates whether the resource currently being described has a formal or informal relationship to another resource.
||CODA Replication Queue Status
||These are the status codes that the CODA replication queue uses.
||The type or category of the primary content of the resource.
||Refers to the level of access that the resource is allowed.
||Rights/License associated with the resources.
||Rights information provides information about rights held in and over the resource describes the conditions under which the work may be used, distributed, reproduced, etc., how these conditions may change over time, and whom to contact regarding the copyright of the work.
||Refers to a type of controlled vocaubulary (or keyword) that each subject terms and phrases come from.
||Vocabulary for documenting the various Aubrey systems operated by the UNT Libraries
||Title Role Authorities
||Refers to a type of title associated with the object.
||METS USE types