Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS) came from the Library of Congress' Network Development and MARC Standards Office as a method to record descriptions. It can be used for a variety of applications and has more elements than Dublin Core, more information can be found here https://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/
These are the elements that Starter Edition Supports and guidelines for their use, none are mandatory and you can use as many or as few as required:
Identifier: contains a unique standard number or code that distinctively identifies a resource.
Origin: information about the origin of the resource.
Record Creation Date: Date the record was created
Description Standard: Rules/conditions (protocols used for description)
Title: the title normally used when citing the resource.
Creator Name: the name of a person, organization, or event (conference, meeting, etc.) associated in some way with the resource.
Type of Resource: a term that specifies the characteristics and general type of content of the resource.
Date Created: the date of creation of the resource.
Date Accumulated: the date of accumulation of the resource.
Language: the language in which the content of a resource is expressed.
Extent and Media: the measured units making up the part, such as pages, minutes, etc. and the media type
Physical Form: a designation of a particular physical presentation of a resource.
System of Arrangement: how the resource is arranged.
Conditions Governing Access: information about restrictions imposed on access to a resource.
Conditions Governing Reproduction: information about restrictions imposed on reproduction of a resource.
Scope and Content: a summary of the scope and content of the resource.
Other Finding Aids: information about finding aids for this resource.
Location of the Original: information concerning an original form of the resource.
Alternative Form Available: is an alternative form of the resource available.
Material Reference: information concerning related records.
Referencing Material: information concerning related records.
Biography or History: administrative and biographical history.
Custodial History: archival history.
Acquisition Information: the immediate source of acquisition.
Appraisal Information: information on appraisal, destruction and scheduling.
Accrual Information: information on accrual status, quantity and history.
Bibliography: bibliographic notes.
Other Descriptive Data: descriptive notes.
Processing Information: archivists notes.