Hi Mark, and in case anyone else might be interested....
The two EAD consortia projects I mentioned are:
Museums and the Online Archive of California
Conceptual and Intermedia Arts Online
Both sites have lists of participants. At least half the participants
in each project are using FileMaker, but that may fluctuate as others
look at the new imaging/EAD database.
I too would be interested in hearing of any others on this list who
may use FileMaker for EAD-related purposes.
>At 6:54 PM -0700 4/26/00, Richard Rinehart wrote:
>>Thanks for posting this,
>>My institution (Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive) uses
>>FileMaker in conjunction with collections, imaging, and EAD. In
>>addition, several members of two EAD-based consortial efforts are
>>also using a shared FileMaker database for imaging and EAD purposes.
>Richard: As a fellow FileMaker user, I'd be interested in knowing who
>the other FileMaker users are, who are the EAD consortia members.
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