We have a few processed series that include other media. All of our finding aids are online in XML. One for audio tapes is at http://www.archives.state.ut.us/referenc/xml/series/ead/14154.xml but you can see the whole list of what we have at http://www.archives.state.ut.us/inventories-ac.htm .
Electronic Records Archivist
Utah State Archives
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Currently we are investigating EAD encoding finding aids related to sound
and moving image collections.
I have perused the list of EAD implementers looking for some relevant
examples of encoding (no sense
in re-inventing the wheel) in order to review how other agencies/people have
Alas, I have yet to find any examples where the SGML or XML is available for
viewing or download.
I would be grateful if anyone who has done some work in EAD encoding of
sound and moving image could pass on some relevant examples, perhaps via
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Thanks in advance for your consideration in this.
Imaging and Information Analyst
> Emerging and Applied Information Technologies group
> BC Archives
Information, Science and Technology Agency
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Fax: (250) 387-1358
BC Archives Web Site: http://www.bcarchives.gov.bc.ca/
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