One mapping between LRMI/schema.org and DCMI, I recall Tom Baker
had a project, I think with an intern student, looking at this. I
don't recall what the outcome was. I've copied this message to him
so he may contact you.
My own thoughts are that such a mapping is superficially easy (dc:title is related to schema:name) but gets harder the more you get into the depths of schema and the more strict you want your mapping to be (e.g. dealing with how schema.org allows Literals for pretty much everything). It would easier to do for specific applications of schema.org than for the general case.
On the other points you mention, yes we did look at Library of
Congress Genre/Form Terms when looking at creating a concept
scheme for learning resource types. CEDS also has usable concepts
for learning resource type, e.g. https://ceds.ed.gov/element/000928/#Textbook .
It was a while back, but certainly something like
would be perfectly valid.
As far as I know/recall OAI-PMH requires metadata in XML, and the DC in OAI_DC is simple Dublin Core, so you might have to map text values in instance data to LOC IRIs.
Hope this helps, Phil
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