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For examples of digitized items (from physical primary source archives and
libraries):
http://ivrla.ucd.ie/ivrla10/Search.html
Each collection listed has an underlying EAD which can be seen by clicking
into a collection eg
http://ivrlaprod.ucd.ie/fedora/get/ivrla10-:10100/ivrla10-:collectionLayoutb
Def/getLayout/
chop off the URL eg
http://ivrlaprod.ucd.ie/fedora/get/ivrla10-:10100
Go to the item index eg
http://ivrlaprod.ucd.ie/fedora/get/ivrla10-:10100/fedora-system:3/viewItemIn
dex
Click the EAD_DOC file. Some are more hierarchical than others.


For a project on EAD templates for personal archives (eg email accounts,
electronic records):
http://www.paradigm.ac.uk/workbook/cataloguing/ead-templates.html

Regards,

Joseph Greene
Institutional Repository Project Manager
325 James Joyce Library
University College Dublin
Belfield, Dublin 4

353 (0)1 716 7398
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-----Original Message-----
From: Encoded Archival Description List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of
Jay Burton
Sent: 11 January 2010 22:55
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: EADs for "Born Digital" Collections

I am writing to learn of others' experience in creating EADs for materials
and collections that are "born digital."

In particular:

1-  How do you arrange your <dsc>? (Do you impose a Box/Folder structure on
the material or do you have some other organization?)

2-  How are you setting up your <dao> and/or <daogrp> links to the digital
documents?

3-  If anyone would be willing to share a basic EAD schema showing their
approach to "born digital" materials.

Thank you for your help,

Jay Burton