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Digital Heritage metadata fields

When you add a Digital Heritage item to the online Library, you can record a lot of information about the item. For example, you can record the names of authors and contributors, the date the item was created, and traditional knowledge about the item. This helps people understand where the item has come from, why it is important and who can use it. It also helps people to find the item on the site, for example by searching for it.

The information about each item is called metadata. The metadata about each item is stored in a set of fields. Site users who are Editors can change the information in these fields.

This article explains what these metadata fields are, and how to use them.

There is also a separate help article about the metadata fields for Online Dictionaries.



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