The METS Editorial Board  is soliciting examples of METS instances that are driving live content. If your institution implements METS and has publicly available HTML and METS XML files to share (without authentication), we would like to include the links on the METS examples page .
We welcome all submissions, and there are no requirements on the METS instance you submit, such as registering or adhering to profiles. We simply want to demonstrate real-world uses of METS in the community.
If you would like to participate, all we need are two URLs: one to the HTML (or other human-readable format), and one to the METS XML that drives the human-readable view. We'd also like a brief description of the type of analog material represented, so that we can provide some level of organization by material and function. If you do adhere to a registered profile, please share that information with us, too.
Please submit your links to me (Clay Redding: [log in to unmask]) by January 16, 2009 for initial inclusion, although we will always welcome submissions at any time.
Digital Project Coordinator
Network Development & MARC Standards Office
Library of Congress
LA308, Mail Stop 4402
101 Independence Ave. SE
Washington, DC 20540
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