title — A title or heading
The title element contains a title or
heading. Its semantics vary depending on the element that contains it:
When contained in this element, title contains a person's formal title,
such as “Dr.”, “Ms.”, or
When contained in this element, title contains the name of an interest,
such as “Cooking”, or “Politics”.
- membership, referee
When contained in these elements, title contains the name of the
person's role or capacity withing an organization. Examples:
“Treasurer”, “Member”, “Chief
Officer of Toothpaste Policy”, “Lead
- awards, interests, memberships, skillarea
When contained in these elements, title contains a heading for that
section of a résumé. It is formatted as a top-level heading.
The title element is optional
in awards and interests. If it is not present, the
interests.word parameters will be used
as the heading text in formatted résumés, respectively.
When contained in this element, title contains the name of a skill
category. Examples: “Teaching”,
When contained in this element, title contains the name of a subject.
It can be as general as “English” (a very broad
field of study), or as specific as “Eng 115 Intro to
Writing Fall 2001” (a specific university course name,
number, and date of study).
title may be contained in these
award, awards, clearances, interest, interests, membership, memberships, name, referee, skillarea, skillset, subject
<title>Fly fishing for sharks</title>
I once caught a 300-kg. Great White off the coase of Florida using a green
and gold-colored dragonfly that I tied.
membership and memberships titles
<organization>American Society of Blower-Uppers</organization>
<organization>Willow County Pyrotechnicans' Guild</organization>
skillarea and skillset titles
Example 16. subject title
<title>Intro to Sociology</title>