Let me have a go (I’m actually doing some work on a piece that explains a bit more about license metadata at the moment).
Version of Record = the license that applies to the ‘main’ version of the article on the journal site that has been typeset, copyedited and officially ‘published’ in a journal.
Accepted manuscript = some publishers have different options for what can be done with the author’s accepted manuscript (the final draft author manuscript, as accepted for publication by a journal, before it has undergone copyediting, typesetting and proof correction) compared to the Version of Record. So publishers can reflect these slightly different terms by posting a link to them in the Crossref metadata.
Text & Data Mining = some publishers have separate licenses for those researchers interested in text mining their content, so they can post those specifically for researchers interested in using the content in this way.
I’d say that if you’re publishing open access using a Creative Commons license, you can put the URL of the Creative Commons license for each license type. If you’re a publisher who has different licenses for each version or use-case, then you can provide separate ones for each.
If you have more questions about this, just shout and I’ll do my best to get back to you