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Encoding Across Frontiers: Proceedings of the European Conference on Encoded Archival Description and Context (EAD and EAC), Pa
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Encoding Across Frontiers: Proceedings of the European Conference on Encoded Archival Description and Context (EAD and EAC), Pa (Hardback)

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Discover the history, development, and use of EAD, EAC, and EAG



Encoding Across Frontiers is a careful selection of the finest presentations from the European Conference on Encoded Archival Description and Context (EAD and EAC) held in Paris, France in October 2004. International experts explore the history and practical use of EAD in Europe, the development and future of EAC, and a data format for information about archive holders, Encoded Archival Guide (EAG). Archivists will learn the latest in technology, practical applications, and international perspectives on how to transcend the printed word.



Archivists have long imagined the practical benefits of using advanced technologies in their work. Encoding Across Frontiers is a detailed look at the technologies that have been transforming archival description, revealing a future that travels beyond the limits of traditional media. Respected authorities discuss ways to use technology to bring information to a wider audience through online services, standardization of data, the development and use of EAD, the issues in EAD implementation, case studies of implementation from France and the United Kingdom, the need to structure contextual information to allow access to archival material, and funding issues.



Topics in Encoding Across Frontiers include:





the history, use, and spread of EAD in Europe



development of standards for describing archive creators and archive holders and the tool called Encoded Archival Guide (EAG)



a case study of the Bodleian Library's conversion to EAD



the status of training for archivists in the use of EAD



an examination of MidosaXML in Germany as a pilot application and tool



the BASYS-Fox system and the scope of EAD in the Bundesarchiv



EAD's capabilities as a tool for information created by different professional communities



the sharing of descriptive standards between public archives and private collections



a case study of the Metrica Regni Project in Poland



four projects providing EAD users the means to control the quality of archival finding tools



the Archives Departementales de la Cote-d'Or's decision to use a simple and efficient software package to publish online archival descriptions and the library catalogue



a discussion of three different online services that provide federated access to finding aids in the United Kingdom



the influence of American and European practices on EAD



the relationship of EAD and EAC as data formats to national and international content standards



the SIASFI Project and the Online Guide to the State Archives of Florence



EAC and the development of national and European gateways to archives



and so much more







Encoding Across Frontiers is crucial reading for every archive professional at any level, archive students in training, and any allied library and museum professional with an interest in EAD, EAC, and EAG.

Languages with Grant & CutlerReference & ResearchEncyclopaedias & reference worksReference worksReference & ResearchLibrary & information sciencesBibliographic & subject control Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc Publication Date: 07/07/2006 ISBN-13: 9780789030269  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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