CONTENTS: Current Awareness | Organizations | Companies | Reference | Projects | Tools & Resources | Articles and Papers |
SGML Conferences, Seminars,
Tutorials, Workshops |
A section from Robin Cover's SGML/XML Web Page, the single most comprehensive source for SGML information.
Groups and Mailing Lists |
A section from Robin Cover's SGML/XML Web Page.
A non-profit, international consortium of suppliers whose products and services support structured information processing standards like XML, SGML, and HTML. Formerly known as SGML Open.
|Open Text Corporation
An SGML software vendor.
Description (EAD) DTD|
The effort to develop a standard SGML Document Type Definition (DTD) for encoding archival finding aids began here at Berkeley, but the Library of Congress is now leading the process with Berkeley's close participation.
The SGML/XML Web Page
By Robin Cover.
|The American Heritage Project
A shared database of SGML-encoded finding aids describing and providing access to collections documenting American history and culture.
Finding Aids in SGML |
The Berkeley-based project to encode archival finding aids using a standard Data Type Definition for Encoded Archival Description (EAD).
A project to digitize and encode archival finding aids in SGML and provide access to thousands of digitized images relating to California History.
Digital Page Imaging and SGML
A project to use an SGML Data Type Definition (DTD) to "bind" digital page images and provide useful naviation mechanisms.
|Online Archive of California (OAC) Project |
The Online Archive of California Project, formerly known as the UC EAD project, is a two-year pilot project to develop a UC-wide prototype union database of 30,000 pages of archival finding aid data encoded using the Encoded Archival Description (EAD) SGML document type definition. This database will serve as the foundation for the development of a full-scale digital archive for the University of California System (UC) available via the Internet to diverse user communities.
Text Encoding Initiative
"An international project to develop guidelines for the preparation and interchange of electronic texts for scholarly research, and to satisfy a broad range of uses by the language industries more generally."
SGML and the
Transformation of Cataloging |
By Daniel Pitti, University of California, Berkeley Library.
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