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Thanks, Matt. This is very interesting.

Melanie

Hillyard, Matthew wrote:
> The UK National Archives Catalogue has a specific collection ("Regularly
> Archived Government Websites") and encodes down to series. The
> individual websites (items) are however listed separately and aren't yet
> fully described. See:
> http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/displaycataloguedetails.asp
> ?CATID=1152&CATLN=1&FullDetails=True&j=1
>
> Matt Hillyard
> The National Archives
> London
>
>
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> Of Melanie Wacker
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> Subject: EAD-Encoded Finding Aids for Web Archives
>
> Hello everybody,
> has anybody been using EAD-encoded finding aids for describing Web
> archives? If yes, would you mind pointing me to the sites? There has
> been quite some talk about describing Web sites residing in a Web
> archive using finding aids, but I can only find very few examples where
> this approach has actually been taken. I am interested in both the
> collection level and the "Web site" or item level.
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
> Melanie
>
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> Melanie Wacker
> Metadata Coordinator
> Original Serial & Monograph Cataloging
> Butler Library
> Columbia University Libraries
> Tel.: 212-854-9676
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Melanie Wacker
Metadata Coordinator
Original Serial & Monograph Cataloging
Butler Library
Columbia University Libraries
Tel.: 212-854-9676