Aboutware is marketing content about monographs.
Customer is a content subscriber.
Dashboard is available to privileged users that are responsible for maintaining publisher content.
Ebook Reader is the online viewer for EPUB and PDF representative resources.
Externally Hosted Resource is a resource whose metadata is hosted on the platform but whose actually file is not hosted on the platform but referred to by a URL.
Final Manuscript Submission Log (FMSL) is a publisher proprietary digital document used in the publisher's workflow.
Fulcrum Platform (platform) is the enterprise of systems used for the preservation and display of publisher content.
Fulcrum Dashboard https://www.fulcrum.org/dashboard is available only to platform administrators.
Metadata Template is a spreadsheet that contains metadata for a monograph and its resources.
Monograph is the base unit of content.
Open Access is an attribute of a monograph to designate it can be read by any user.
Platform Administrator (Platform Admin) is a role that allows the user administrative privileges over the entire platform.
Privileged User is a user that has a role.
Publisher is a content provider.
Publisher Administrator (Publisher Admin) is a role that allows the user administrative privileges over the publisher's subdomain on the platform.
Publisher Subdomain is the string that uniquely identifies the publisher on the platform.
Publisher URL is the URL of the publisher's catalog page on the platform. The URL has the form https://fulcrum.org/<publisher subdomain> e.g. https://fulcrum.org/heb is the publisher URL for ACLS Humanities E-Book publisher.
Representative Resource is a resource that is a representation of the monograph e.g. EPUB, PDF, or cover image.
Resource is a file (a.k.a. binary blob) and its associated metadata.
Share Link allows temporary access to restricted content to support inter-library loan.
Supplemental Material is what exactly? I think this refers to a select group of resources e.g. reviews, related, peer_review, database, aboutware.
User refers to the individual using a browser to interact with the system.