Bibliographic Metadata

Publication ➞ Bibliographic Resources

The use of Typed Links in the HTTP Link header is illustrated for the paper:

Lotts, M. Building bridges, creating partnerships, and elevating the Arts: The Rutgers University Art Library Exhibition Spaces. College & Research Libraries News 77, 5 (May 2016), 226–230. http://crln.acrl.org/content/77/5/226.full.:

This is a summary of the links that should be provided:

  • The Entry Page, which is an HTML rendering of the article, should provide a link with the describedby relation type pointing to each associated Bibliographic Resource. Each link should use the type attribute (and the profile attribute, if needed) to specify the metadata format.
  • Each Bibliographic Resource provided by the portal should provide a link with the describes relation type pointing back to the Entry Page.

Link Headers for the Bibliographic Metadata pattern

Visualization of link relations