Attached is the template in an XML file. Please let me know if you
have any trouble opening it. If it opens all right, you'll notice a
couple of places where the template points to an external file. We use
that for repetitive information like our physical location and our
Hope this helps!
Barbara Truesdell, Ph.D.
Center for the Study of History and Memory
Indiana University Bloomington
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Quoting Joanie Schwarz <[log in to unmask]>:
> Could you please send me the template as well? Thank you,
> Joanie Schwarz
> Coronado Historical Association
> 1100 Orange Ave
> Coronado, CA 92118
> From: OHRC <[log in to unmask]>
> Reply-To: Encoded Archival Description List <[log in to unmask]>
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> Subject: Re: Encoding Oral History Metadata
> Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 08:38:24 -0400
> Our center used EAD to create a finding aid for our oral history
> archive, funded by a Preservation and Access grant from the NEH and
> in partnership with the Indiana University Digital Library Program,
> which maintains the finding aid along with the other EAD finding aids
> on campus (Lilly Library, University Archives, etc.). They are in
> the process of redesigning the portal for those finding aids and
> adding a search engine that will search within each finding aid.
> (And of course I'm finding typos I need to correct in our finding
> aid!) But you can check it out via our website:
> http://www.indiana.edu/~cshm/eadbrowse.html, and click on one of the
> alphabetical ranges, then on a project name to enter the finding aid
> for that project. And if you contact me offlist, I'll be happy to
> send you the EAD template we use for our records, so you can see how
> we used the tags.
> --Barbara Truesdell, Ph.D.
> Assistant Director
> Center for the Study of History and Memory
> Indiana University Bloomington
> Quoting Jordon Steele <[log in to unmask]>:
>> It doesn't look like EAD supports the level of encoding for Oral History
>> Metadata that I'm looking for (i.e. interviewer, interviewee, subject,
>> timestamp, etc.) Anyone know of a tag library that's been created for
>> this purpose? I notice that the OAC uses a version of TEI for its oral
>> history project. Is this considered the standard, in so far as there is
>> Jordon Steele
>> Biddle Law Library
>> University of Pennsylvania Law School
>> (215) 898-5011
> Exercise your brain! Try Flexicon.