This might be of interest to archivists using EAD who want to learn more about processing/transforming it using XSL.
From: G. Ken Holman
To: XSL List
... Crane's DVD-ROM hands-on training class for XSLT and XPath for streaming video [is now] on the http://EasySkillz.com web site with five hours of lectures marked free of charge.
This is in addition to the class being mounted for streaming on http://Udemy.com with the same offer of free lectures.
Just search on the site for either "XSLT" or "XML" and you can watch the five hours of lectures free of charge. The remaining 19 hours is considered a premium paid class. The charge on EasySkills.com is in Rupees and the charge on Udemy.com is in US dollars. The charge is approximately the same on both sites (depending on exchange rates and inclusive of taxes on the site in India).
On both sites there is no need to create a user account to watch the free content ... simply select the course, scroll down to the list of lectures, and watch any of the lectures visually marked as "FREE".
For offline viewing, the DVD-ROM is still for sale from our web site, and the license allows for the materials to be physically shared (not copied nor mounted) amongst your colleagues.
. . . . . . . . Ken
cc: Mulberry XSL List, XML-Dev
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