Entries by Gerhard Müller

Examples for the EAC-CPF schema 2010

Archives de France Ex. 1 (Corporate Body): France. Direction des affaires maritimes Ex. 2 (Corporate Body): France. Direction interrégionale de la mer (ressort) Ex. 3 (Corporate Body): Centre d’études techniques maritimes et fluviales Ex. 4 (Corporate Body): Le Tremblay-sur-Mauldre Ex. 5 (Person): Henrard, Roger Ex. 6 (Family): Gramont Ex. 7 (Person): Gramont, Armand de Beinecke […]

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General information For some time, archivists have been discussing the need for a standard structure for the recording and exchange of information about the creators of archival materials. Following up on these discussions, a group of archivists met in Toronto, Canada, in March 2001 to create a high-level model for such information and to draft […]

Revision of Encoded Archival Context – Corporate Bodies, Persons, Families – Call for Comments

At the annual meeting in Portland, Oregon this year, the Technical Subcommittee on Encoded Archival Description (TS-EAS) of the Society of American Archivists agreed to undertake a revision of the standard EAC-CPF. The subcommittee is calling for proposed changes to the current version of EAC-CPF. To ensure the greatest possible input from users of EAC-CPF […]

Final Release of the Tag Library of the EAC-CPF Schema

The Technical Subcommittee on Encoded Archival Context is pleased to announce the publication of the final release of the Tag Library of the EAC-CPF 2010 schema – the EAC-CPF Tag Library 2014. The previous release was published in 2010 and had the status of draft. Over 2011 – 2013 the Draft Tag Library was translated […]

Scholarship Program for EAC-CPF

Starting in March 2012 SAA will offer the first of seven regional workshops to be scheduled through June 2013 to facilitate the dissemination of the new standard, Encoded Archival Context – Corporate Bodies, Persons, and Families. To alleviate the pressures of decreasing professional development budgets, the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is funding […]

New Funding for the Social Networks and Archival Context Project

Daniel Pitti, associate director of the University of Virginia’s Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH), in collaboration with Ray Larson at the School of Information at the University of California, Berkeley, and Adrian Turner and Brian Tingle at the California Digital Library, has received a grant from the Mellon Foundation to vastly expand […]