Metadata is structured information that describes, explains, locates, or otherwise makes it easier to retrieve, use, or manage an information resource.
Books4Languages allows to write the Topic category. Those categories can be use for advance filtering of content and better understanding by google.
The following example show Noums as Topic category.
To add a category to a Chapter (Topic):
- Go to Text on the left side of the Dashboard.
- Click on Organize.
- Go to Chapter Metadata (find Chapter Subtitle) and enter the name for your Topic Category. Ex: Noums.
- Click Save.
Vocabulary, Orthography and Cultural TextBooks have fixed categories that must be use in their specifial place. Grammar TextBooks require to find and write their categories.
Grammar TextBook category
A grammatical category is a class of units (such as noun and verb) or features (such as number and case) that share a common set of characteristics. One of the simplest ways to create grammatical categories is by grouping words together based on their class. Classes are word sets that display the same formal properties, such as inflection or verb tense.
Put another way, grammatical categories can be defined as sets of words with similar meanings (called semantics.)
- The lexical class includes: nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs.
- The functional class includes: determiners, particles, prepositions, modals, qualifiers, question words, conjunctions, other words denoting position or spatial relation.
Grammar groups can be further divided, depending on a word’s defining properties.