Sometimes the Dublin Core documentation uses "Dublin Core record" to
describe XML records that use Dublin core vocabulary, for example:
Those records do use the Simple and Qualified Dublin Core XML Schema <
http://dublincore.org/schemas/xmls/>, which basically layout a list of
simple elements with DC labels that may contain strings and possibly a
I don't imagine "Dublin Core records" exist in the wild, but I have seen
records that include the DC XML Schemas and to make use of the DC namespace.
On Tue, Nov 24, 2015 at 8:54 PM, Eric Lease Morgan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> What in the world are “Dubin Core files”?
> I’m teaching an online XML class to library school graduate students. The
> previous instructors of the class have asked the students to create “Dubin
> Core files” used to describe the content of things like TEI files. For the
> life of me, I can not figure out what a Dublin Core file is. To my mind,
> Dubin Core is all about a set of 15 (or so) names/labels used to more or
> less describe stuff. But people speak as if there is a such a thing as a
> Dublin Core (XML) file.
> Do Dublin Core files exist, and if so, then can somebody show me one? Put
> another way, can you point me to a DTD or schema denoting Dublin Core XML?
> The closest I can come is the standard/default oai_dc description of an
> OAI-PMH item.
> P.S. Showing me how to incorporate Dublin Core into HTML doesn’t count.
> Such are not Dublin Core files as much as they are HTML files.
> Eric Lease Morgan
> Artist- and Librarian-At-Large