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CONTENTS OF FORTHCOMING SPECIAL ISSUES OF AMERICAN ARCHIVIST
ON ENCODED ARCHIVAL DESCRIPTION

(Scheduled for distribution in Summer 1998)

Guest editor: Jackie M. Dooley, University of California, Irvine

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SUMMER 1997: Encoded Archival Description: Background and Theory

Daniel V. Pitti, University of Virginia
Encoded Archival Description: The development of an encoding standard for
archival finding aids

Steven L. Hensen, Duke University
'NISTF II' and EAD: The evolution of archival description

Steven J. DeRose, Inso Corporation
Navigation, access, and control using structured information

Janice E. Ruth, Library of Congress
Encoded Archival Description: A structural overview

Michael Fox, Minnesota Historical Society
Implementing EAD: An overview of administrative and technical
considerations

Kris Kiesling, University of Texas
EAD as an archival descriptive standard

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FALL 1997: Encoded Archival Description: Implementation Case Studies

Dennis Meissner, Minnesota Historical Society
First things first: Re-engineering finding aids for implementation of EAD

Leslie A. Morris, Harvard University
Developing a cooperative intra-institutional approach to EAD
implementation: The Harvard/Radcliffe Digital Finding Aids Project

Mary Lacy and Anne Mitchell, Library of Congress
EAD testing and implementation at the Library of Congress

Nicole Bouche, Yale University
Implementing EAD in the Yale University Library

David Seaman, University of Virginia
Multi-institutional EAD: The University of Virginia's role in the American
Heritage Project

Elizabeth H. Dow, University of Vermont
EAD and the small repository


  Jackie M. Dooley, Head of Special Collections and University Archives
UCI Libraries, P.O. Box 19557, Univ. of California, Irvine, CA 92623-9557
   Internet: [log in to unmask]  Phone: 714/824-4935  Fax: 714/824-2472