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|Chair:||Ann Apps, Researcher, MIMAS, The University of Manchester, UK.|
|Status:||This working group is inactive.|
|Charter:||To agree on mechanisms for providing a DC-compliant set of metadata properties for recording citation information for bibliographic resources.|
|2006-03-31||Citation Standards||Ann Apps||Working Group Resource - Completed|
|2005-02-28||Guidelines for Encoding Bibliographic Citation Information in Dublin Core Metadata||Ann Apps||Completed. Published as DCMI Recommendation.|
|2003-08-31||DCMICite: a Bibliographic Citation Dublin Core Structured Value Encoding Scheme||Ann Apps||Completed. Withdrawn.|
|2003-05-31||List of Citation Styles as Encoding Schemes||Ann Apps||Working Group Resource - Completed|
|2002-08-22||List of Identifier Encoding Schemes||Ann Apps||Working Group Resource - Completed|
|2002-03-28||A bibliographicCitation element Refinement for dc:identifier||Ann Apps||Completed|
|1999-11-03||Qualifier Proposal||Cliff Morgan||Completed|
|1999-07-02||Bibliographic Citation Working Draft - 1999-07-02||Cliff Morgan||Completed|
The initial focus of the Working Group was on capturing the complete bibliographic citation information for a journal article within the metadata for that article itself. This was extended to encompass citation information for references and other genres of bibliographic resources. Reference citation information may be encoded in the dcterms:references element refinement of dc:relation.
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