no. Names are expressed as they appear on the published article, Last Name, Firstname or Lastname, F.I. (Avoid a space between initials.) Include diacriticals.
yes, i.e. Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
|dc.contributor.department||yes. Add only if present in the document in hand.|
|dc.contributor.school||yes. Add only if present in the document in hand.|
|dc.contributor.other||yes. Add only if present in the document in hand. Center, Project or Laboratory name can be used in this field. EXAMPLE: Turbopropulsion Laboratory|
yes. Use ISO format (YYYY-MM-DD, YYYY-MM, YYYY)
no. Okay to paste from the document, but be careful to include symbols, diacriticals. Be careful not to allow stray hyphens in from column-formatted text.
no. Information about specific funds that contributed to the item or its research. Usually a fund or grant number. If more than one, use all.
|dc.description.sponsorship||no. Information about sponsoring agencies, individuals, or contractual arrangements for the item. If more than one, use all.|
no. Example: Conference on Autonomous Vehicles
no, unless for Digital Object Identifier (DOI) information, then: The article of record as published may be located at (use DOI or other stable link to publisher site). This usually looks like this: if DOI appears as 10.2139/xxxxx , then use http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/xxxxx
EXAMPLE: The article of record as published may be located at http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/xxxxx
yes, i.e. Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
no. Use title exactly as on document, except when a Book Review
yes, when author is NPS faculty. Consult the dc.rights page.
no. Use keywords provided by the author(s); use a new field for each keyword.
yes, i.e. Conference Paper, Article, Video. Consult the dc.type page (Item Type Thesaurus)