Encoded Archival Description is a non-proprietary standard for the encoding of finding aids for use in a networked (online) environment. Documentation is hosted by the Library of Congress. The standard is maintained and developed by the SAA Standards Committee’s Technical Subcommittee for Encoded Archival Description.
The Encoded Archival Description Tag Library (Version EAD3) supersedes all earlier versions and is freely available for download as a PDF (see "Attachment" below). A soft cover edition is available for purchase from the SAA Bookstore.
Browse the following member-contributed references to case studies, journal articles, events, and other resources related to this standard.
|Seeing Standards: A Visualization of the Metadata Universe||milesnimer||09/10/2012||Other||1|
|User Contributed Stylesheets for EAD||matienzo||07/08/2012||Tools||2|
|Date Normalization Script||matienzo||07/08/2012||Tools|
|Library of Congress EAD 1.0 to 2002 Conversion Toolkit||matienzo||07/02/2012||Tools|
|EAD 1.0 to EAD 2002 Conversion Package||matienzo||07/02/2012||Tools|
|EAD Report Card||matienzo||07/02/2012||Tools|
|Katherine M. Wisser, EAD Tools Survey (2005)||matienzo||07/02/2012||Reports|
|NCEAD 2002 Tools||matienzo||07/02/2012||Tools|