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EAD: Encoded Archival Description Version 2002 Official Site (EAD ...
general information version EAD3 - current EAD3 1.0 (from GitHub) EAD3 Schema and DTD EAD3 Tag Library New! EAD3 Tag Library [PDF - 425 p., courtesy Society of American Archivists] EAD3 FAQ [courtesy SAA EAD Roundtable] version 2002 version 1.0 (1998) - superseded documentation Encoded Archival Context Encoded Archival Context - Corporate Bodies, Persons, and Families tools and helper files A variety of tools and helper files for a number of different XML authoring and editing applications is available at the SAA Standards Portal EAD Web site. SAA EAD Roundtable The EAD Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists is intended to promote the implementation and use of encoding standards for dissemination of archival information: The EAD Document Type Definition (DTD) is a standard for encoding archival finding aids using Extensible Markup Language (XML). Related:  Méthodo / tutos histoire ancienne

Text Encoding Initiative EAD - Archives Nationales Informatisation de la description : la DTD EAD (Encoded Archival Description) Le 2 août 2013, la Société des archivistes américains (SAA) a publié une nouvelle version du schéma EAD (version beta), avec un appel à commentaires de deux mois (la date limite de réception des commentaires a été fixée au 1er octobre 2013). La version définitive du schéma devrait être rendue disponible début 2014. Afin de recueillir les commentaires français, les Archives de France organisent un atelier, le 20 septembre 2013, dont la participation se fait sur inscription préalable (claire.sibille@culture.gouv.fr). Pour en savoir plus Site officiel de l'EAD en anglais avec Tag Library en ligne et DTD EAD version 2002 à télécharger. Pour obtenir les fichiers de configuration du logiciel XMetaL de Blast Radius, facilitant, pour les francophones, l'édition de documents XML conformes à la DTD EAD 2002, nous contacter. Dictionnaire des éléments de l'EAD, version 2002. Version PDF. Mise à jour septembre 2013

Using Dublin Core NOTE: This text was last revised in 2005. As of 2011, a completely revised User Guide is being developed at the wiki page DCMI's Glossary and FAQ are also under revision. Table of Contents 1. 2. 3. 1. 1.1. Metadata has been with us since the first librarian made a list of the items on a shelf of handwritten scrolls. A metadata record consists of a set of attributes, or elements, necessary to describe the resource in question. The linkage between a metadata record and the resource it describes may take one of two forms: elements may be contained in a record separate from the item, as in the case of the library's catalog record; orthe metadata may be embedded in the resource itself. Examples of embedded metadata that is carried along with the resource itself include the Cataloging In Publication (CIP) data printed on the verso of a book's title page; or the TEI header in an electronic text. 1.2. 1. 2. 3. Commonly understood semantics 1.3. 1.

EAD (Encoded Archival Description) Help Pages Mission Statement The EAD Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists is intended to promote the implementation and use of encoding standards for dissemination of archival information. To this end, we aim to provide tools and information for use in encoding archival descriptions; discuss and facilitate the use of software for markup, parsing, indexing, and delivery; and monitor and contribute to encoding standard development for archival description. Background Following the creation of EAD Listserv in 1996 and the launch of the official EAD website by Library of Congress in 1996, members of the Society of American Archivists identified the need for a group to handle the more informal aspects of EAD implementation. A petition to create a Roundtable in late 1997 was approved by the Council of the Society of American Archivists. Recent News & Announcements The EAD Roundtable is seeking nominations for a new Co-Chair Elect.

EAD- BNF L'EAD est un format basé sur le langage XML qui permet de structurer des descriptions de manuscrits ou de documents d'archives. Présentation du format Ce format a été développé dans les années 1990 à l'initiative de la bibliothèque de l'Université Berkeley avec pour objectifs : de développer un modèle permettant de traiter les instruments de recherche existants, dans leur diversité de forme et de structure ; de restituer l'organisation hiérarchisée des instruments de recherche (reflet de la structure des fonds décrits) et les interrelations entre les composants ; de conserver le principe d'héritage des informations entre les niveaux (sauf mention contraire, une information relative à un niveau supérieur s'applique également aux niveaux qui lui sont subordonnés). Les créateurs de l'EAD se sont inspirés du modèle de la Text Encoding Initiative (TEI). Architecture du modèle Ses atouts L'EAD facilite l'intégration des données dans des portails et catalogues collectifs. L'EAD en France

Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) SGML and XML as (Meta-) Markup Languages Both SGML and XML are "meta" languages because they are used for defining markup languages. A markup language defined using SGML or XML has a specific vocabulary (labels for elements and attributes) and a declared syntax (grammar defining the hierarchy and other features). Conceived notionally in the 1960s - 1970s, the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML, ISO 8879:1986) gave birth to a profile/subset called the Extensible Markup Language (XML), published as a W3C Recommendation in 1998. Although interest has shifted massively toward XML, the Cover Pages retains a substantial collection of legacy information about SGML. Other documents covering principally SGML topics include:

EAD en bibliothèque | Guide des bonnes pratiques [WorldCat.org] Search for books, music, videos, articles and more in libraries near you PLEADE Ted Marcus' Virtual Light Table: Scanning 110-Format Film (and Kodachrome) Scanning 110-Format Film (and Kodachrome) Updated February 2013 Preamble · Prerequisites · Pitfalls · Process · Past Preamble This article grew out of techniques I found mostly by trial and error while scanning my collection of 110-format (Pocket Instamatic) Kodachrome slides. Some of those pictures are in the Europe Through the Front Door section of this Web site. Prerequisites 110 film requires at least a 4000dpi scanner. You’ll need a dedicated film scanner, which is unfortunately now an endangered species. My Plustek 7600i scanner, at 7200dpi, can produce a 4535x3042 scan from an uncropped 110 slide. The 7200dpi scan may not provide any more real detail, but the extra pixels make enlarging and cropping easier. If your 110 slides are in 30x30mm plastic mounts, you’ll need to locate at least one 50x50mm adapter to fit the little slides into a scanner’s slide holder. I have no experience with the GEPE adapters because I have been using the original Kodak “2x2 adapters for 110 slides.” Past

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