EAD 2002 Tagging Guidelines
The following sample emphasizes the position and presence of specific elements/attributes in both the outsource encoded and newly authored finding aids. While this is NOT a template (a template is forthcoming), the sample does highlight items which play an important role in identifying and indexing the finding aids. As such, you would want to follow the guidelines here as closely as possible. Note the italicized text as well as the linked items throughout the page.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no" ?> <!DOCTYPE ead PUBLIC "+//ISBN 1-931666-00-8//DTD ead.dtd (Encoded Archival Description (EAD) Version 2002)//EN" "ead.dtd"> <ead relatedencoding="MARC21"> <eadheader audience="internal" langencoding="ISO 639-2" encodinganalog=local choice> <eadid countrycode="us" mainagencycode="[ISO15511 code for repository]> urn:taro:[repository code].[file name]</eadid> <filedesc> <titlestmt> <titleproper>eg. James Smith -- used to display title of finding aid, and for fielded searching via a dc.title HTML metatag </titleproper> <subtitle>eg. An inventory of the James Smith Papers -- also used to display finding aid title </subtitle> . . </titlestmt> </filedesc> </eadheader> . . <archdesc> <did> <head></head> <repository>(with <corpname> and <subarea> subelements as appropriate) content used in repository fielded searching of the finding aids
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