Happy Friday all;
Just recently recieved the latest issue of Archives and Museum Informatics
(v. 12, n. 3-4), a special issue on "EAD in action: applications of the
encoded archival description," which may be of interest to EAD list
subscribers who don't receive or read this journal. Special issue editors
are Richard Rinehart from UC Berkeley and Anne Gilliland-Swetland from
UCLA. I'll include TOC below.
Bill [log in to unmask]
Manuscripts Librarian | The UCI Libraries
Department of Special Collections | University of California
949 824.3113 | P.O. Box 19557
949 824.2472 FAX | Irvine, CA 92623-9557
Contents | Archives and Museum Informatics, 12:3-4 (1998)
Gilliland-Swetland, Anne J. "Evaluation design for large-scale,
collaborative online archives: interim report of the Online Archive of
California evaluation project."
Elings, Mary W. and Eva Garcelon. "The Robert Honeyman Jr. Collection
digital archive: EAD and the use of library and museum descriptive
Higgins, Richard. "A case study of EAD implementation at Durham
University Library Archives and Special Collections."
Nickerson, Matthew. "Electronic access to special collections registers
in the Gerald R. Sherratt Library, Southern Utah University."
Watry, Paul B. "Delivering the goods: constructing a next-generation
information retrieval system for distribution of EAD finding aids."
Allinson, Julie. "Enabling armchair delivery: approaches to encoding
finding aids at the University of Liverpool."
Gartrell, David C. "Word processing and database software as EAD encoding
Van Camp, Anne. "Building the seamless web of cultural research
Clough, Matthew H. "A question of access."