That's a tricky question. The answer varies by institution. If you're
enrolled or you have a couple institutions in mind, I'd write to
someone in their computer science departments and ask which classes
teach XML/XSLT/XQuery. You could also look for any other departments
which have anything about Information or Data in majors/minors they
offer and ask professors in them. If you want to understanding
something beyond just being able to understand a structured EAD file
and you want to be able to interact with and process that data, you
might look into data manipulation with PERL, Python, or PHP.
If you can't find courses, don't despair! A lot of us are self-taught
using various web resources. I didn't know I'd be interested in this
back when I was in undergrad and, glancing at their modern course
catalog, I still don't think they offer classes really relevant to it.
Once you get a basic understanding of structured data and of
programmatic thinking, it translates pretty well across languages.
On Sat, Jun 27, 2015 at 7:26 AM, Np kurtböke <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Could you list the undergrad courses most relevant to EAD? Thanks
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