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'''<ead>'''<br/>
'''<ead>'''<br/>
<eadheader><br/>
<eadheader><br/>
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lanencoding=<br/>
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*lanencoding=<br/>
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relatedencoding= (this section is often mapped to Dublin Code for easier search-ability)<br/>
+
*relatedencoding= (this section is often mapped to Dublin Code for easier search-ability)<br/>
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repositoryencoding=<br/>
+
*repositoryencoding=<br/>
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countryencoding=<br/>
+
*countryencoding=<br/>
-
dateencoding=<br/>
+
*dateencoding=<br/>
<eadid> (content must uniquely identify the EAD instance, should include at least one of the following: publicid, identifier, or url)<br/>
<eadid> (content must uniquely identify the EAD instance, should include at least one of the following: publicid, identifier, or url)<br/>
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countrycode=<br/>
+
*countrycode=<br/>
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mainagencycode= (repository code)<br/>
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*mainagencycode= (repository code)<br/>
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publicid= (public text owner identifiers?? obsolete?)<br/>
+
*publicid= (public text owner identifiers?? obsolete?)<br/>
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identifier= (''ARK'')<br/>
+
*identifier= (''ARK'')<br/>
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url=<br/>
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*url=<br/>
encodinganalog= (maps to URL)<br/>
encodinganalog= (maps to URL)<br/>
<filedesc><br/>
<filedesc><br/>

Revision as of 09:06, 4 October 2010

Contents

Encoded Archival Description

This is a link to RGL's [EAD Best Practice Guide]

Overview of EAD Structure:

<eadheader> contains information describing the finding aid itself
<frontmatter> contains prefatory matter incorporating information useful for the display or publication of the finding aid
<archdesc> contains description of archival materials and associated administrative and contextual information

Example:

<ead>
<eadheader>

  • lanencoding=
  • relatedencoding= (this section is often mapped to Dublin Code for easier search-ability)
  • repositoryencoding=
  • countryencoding=
  • dateencoding=

<eadid> (content must uniquely identify the EAD instance, should include at least one of the following: publicid, identifier, or url)

  • countrycode=
  • mainagencycode= (repository code)
  • publicid= (public text owner identifiers?? obsolete?)
  • identifier= (ARK)
  • url=

encodinganalog= (maps to URL)
<filedesc>
<titlestmt>
<titleproper> (use for formal title of the finding aid itself and not the title of the fonds or record group being described)
encodinganalog=
<author> (record the person or institution responsible for the intellectual content of the encoded finding aid)
encodinganalog=
<publicationstmt>
<publisher>
encodinganalog=
<date>
encodinganalog=
normal=
<address>
encodinganalog=
(etc.,)

Education and Research Archive

The University of Alberta Libraries [ERA homepage]


ERA deposit ‘how-to’:

Step 1 - about your item

Type of Item
Language
Title or Caption
Author or Creator
Additional Contributors
Subject/Keyword
Is this item about:
a time?
a place?
Description (abstract)
Citation for previous publication (If item has been previously published provide a citation)
Date created
Source (brief information about a physical item from which this item was derived)
Link to related item (must be a url)

Step 2 - Where does this item belong?

Choose a community
Choose a collection

Step 3 - Licensing information

Who should see this item and when should they see it?
Everyone
University of Alberta Community (CCID-Protected)
No-one (for preservation only)
embargo date
Choose a license (Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial No-Derivative Works 3.0 Unported)

Step 4 - Add your item

Upload your item

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