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  • Implementing Encoded Archival Description (EAD) : A quick start guide 

    Focke, Amanda York (Rice University, 2008-10)
    An introduction to Encoded Archival Description (EAD), examples of its use today and possible future uses, and quick guide to the software, files, standards and general principles needed to implement EAD. First presented ...
  • International Treasures at the Woodson Research Center 

    Focke, Amanda York (Rice University, 2008-11)
    A presentation introducing a sampling of the international rare books, manuscripts, and Rice University archives available at the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University. Given as part of the "International ...
  • More Pixels, Less Process: Decision making for minimal process digitization 

    Focke, Amanda York (Rice University, 2008-08)
    Presenting a minimal process digitization approach for digitizing archival materials (at the folder level with minimal metadata), as compared to a more common full process approach at the individual item level with extensive ...
  • Preserving family papers 

    Montgomery, Philip L. (Rice University, 2011)
    A guide to preserving family archives at home.
  • Rice University's experiments in Second Life 

    Montgomery, Philip L. (Rice University, 2011)
    A description of Rice University's experimental participation in Second Life, 2008-2009.
  • Tools for Locating Archival Resources 

    Focke, Amanda York (Rice University, 2008-10)
    An introduction to on-line tools used to locate archival materials. These tools include websites featuring large groups of archival finding aids and traditional library catalog records for archives. Originally presented ...