Here in Italy, in the State Archive of LUCCA we
have opened just on friday 2008.sep.5th, the site
that is all based on XML/XSLT technology, with no
database and with description from the main division, down to single final
documents with their images: there are actually about 22.000 parchments and
6.000 maps: all free and accessible and readable in the nax detail.
The structure of this repository we call e_ASLU is
a tree, not EAD compliant but in some way similar: moving to EAD will be our
It is full Italian with the english version non jet
The site is tested with Internet Explorex 6 and 7.
Problems can arise with use of other browsers (up to now).
For any question anybody can contact
P.M. e_ASLU project
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Sent: Monday, August 18, 2008 10:46
Subject: Display of container lists in
online finding aids
was wondering if anyone can point to any of their favorite examples of finding
aids that are displayed online.
am particularly looking for finding aids that integrate digitized objects
somehow, but I am also interested in any examples of “container
lists”/”collection contents” that are considered to be displayed in a coherent
and useful manner.