XML at UNC: A Guide to Writing EAD 2002-Encoded Finding Aids Using NoteTab Software

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Revision as of 14:11, 14 August 2009

A Guide to Writing EAD 2002-Encoded Finding Aids Using NoteTab Software at the Manuscripts Department, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

(to be used in conjuction with the processing manual How to Proceed and other manuals and guidelines)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. What's New for You in EAD 2002?

2. Single and Normal Dates

3. Content Tagging Revisited

4. NoteTab Tour

5. File Management

6. Create a New Finding Aid

7. The Tao of DAO

8. Additions

9. Revisions to EAD-Encoded Finding Aids

10. Container Types

11. Coding Examples

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