That’s perfect, thank you!
Our new hub for EAD3 still needs some sprucing up (as well as a few EAD3 adjustments), but all of Yale’s EAD3 files are available here: https://github.com/YaleArchivesSpace/Archives-at-Yale-EAD3.
Also, you can check out EAD3 examples for any of the Library of Congress finding aids from their Print/Download tab. Here’s an example: http://findingaids.loc.gov/db/search/xq/searchMfer02.xq?_id=loc.mss.eadmss.ms001033&_faSection=printDownload&_faSubsection=otherfindaid&_dmdid=d12533e5
I hope that helps… and I’m interested in learning about other examples, too.
Hi all –
I know that the https://github.com/saa-ead-roundtable/ead3-toolkit site on GitHub has a few examples of EAD3 files, but does anyone know of a large batch of them that’s available publicly? I’ve had a question from someone about where to find a wider range of examples.
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