Thank you so much--I'm very glad for the link and not surprised to have
a good guide out of North Carolina (any of its parts!).
on 11/13/2009 1:17 PM Joyce Chapman said the following:
> Hi Melanie,
> The Southern Historical Collection at the University of North Carolina
> at Chapel Hill has an excellent training manual created in-house to
> train staff to encode EAD using NoteTab. Though some instruction is
> SHC-specific, I think anyone trying to encode an EAD finding aid would
> find it to be a valuable resource.
> The training manual is available to the public on the SHC's public wiki:
> On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 2:12 PM, Melanie Wisner
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> Apologies for cross-posting...
> We're interested in locating instructional materials produced for
> teaching encoding in EAD, in video, PowerPoint, or other formats.
> Ideally works that could be shared fully, but ideas and tips for
> production also very welcome. There is a lot out there for XML,
> but it would be great to learn that someone has created a great
> EAD primer.
> Many thanks,
> Melanie Wisner
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