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In terms of tools that can specifically do both of these things, the
software designed/administered by the University of Michigan Digital
Library Production Service could do the trick. Look at http://www.dlxs.org
for more information. This is the software that the Online Archive of
California uses.

Mark Matienzo


On Fri, 18 Oct 2002, John Finlay wrote:

> Hello,
>
> We are examining different delivery options for our EAD encoded finding
> aids.  We would like a tool that can both search across our finding aids
> in certain tags (like author, title, publisher, etc.) as well as general
> keyword searching.  We would also like it to be able to convert the EAD
> to HTML using a stylesheet that we specify and deliver it to any
> browser.
>
> Are there any tools out there that can do this?
>
> I would also like to know what options the rest of the EAD community is
> using for web delivery of their EAD encoded finding aids.
>
> Thanks in advance for your help,
>
> --John Finlay
>
>
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