OCLC's web site briefly describes their plan to make CORC interactive with
EAD and TEI. It sounds like they want to develop CORC as a "harvester," so
I guess the EAD would have to exist first. You can read about it at their
FAQ page, <http://www.oclc.org/corc/faq/>.
Cartoon Research Library
Ohio State Univeristy
At 08:53 AM 8/16/2001 -0400, Deborah S. Davis wrote:
>Amy McCrory and several others have written about problems with X-metal
>2.1 working with some of the files in the cookbook. I noticed that Lisa
>Robinson had responded that this was not a problem with 2.0...Can others
>verify that for me also? In another (and better) approach to the problem,
>Amy mentioned that Michael Fox was coming out with a revised version of
>the cookbook...or at least a fix for this problem, sometime in september.
>Is that official? I'm trying to figure out how long before we can begin
>an EAD project. I'ed appreciate any responses.
>Another unrelated query....are you all familiar with CORC? Georgia
>used this to present its Southeast Native american Documents Collection.
>It seems to be for item level description of digital surrogates within a
>collection, but I was wondering how it relates to EAD and if one did EAD,
>would one do CORC or vice versa...
>Questions, lots of questions, and I appreciate your time.
>Deborah S. Davis, Archives Librarian
>Odum Library, Valdosta State University
>Valdosta, GA 31698-0150
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