Mapping Dublin Core Elements to Sakai 'Resources' Metadata Fields

Catherine Howell, EDUCAUSE Connect, Oct 23, 2008
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I'm sure someone out there has a very good explanation of why the Sakai fields had to be different from the Dublin Core fields. Although this may make sense: "And in place of the familiar DC elements "Rights Manager" and "Rights Owner", Sakai offers "Copyright Status" (associated with a drop-down menu offering a slew of optional settings) -- which I suppose is intended to address the problem of how a resource stored in a Sakai worksite may eventually be used by others."
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