Encoded Archival Description

Encoded Archival Description (EAD) is an XML standard for encoding archival finding aids, maintained by the Technical Subcommittee for Encoded Archival Description of the Society of American Archivists, in partnership with the Library of Congress.

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Encoded Archival Description - Parts of An EAD Finding Aid - Archdesc
... The archdesc section contains the description of the collection material itself ... First, the Descriptive Identification or did element contains a description of the collection as a whole, including the creator (which may be an individual or an organization), size (usually given in linear feet ...
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Archival Processing
... Archival processing is a term used in the United States of America to refer to the act of arranging and describing the papers of an individual or family or the records of an organization ... who is engaged in this is known as an archival processor or archivist ... the organized material, are the tasks which archivists refer to as "archival processing" or "arrangement and description" ...
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... The Master of Archival Studies degree is awarded following completion of a program of courses in archival science, records management and preservation ...

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