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Utilizing record connections in the Field Book Project records between collection, item, and creator level

by Cataloger at Smithsonian Institution Archives on May 23, 2013

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This presentation addresses the types of content included in the Field Book Registry records, with a focus on the Encoded Archival Context (EAC) records used to describe persons, organizations, and ...

This presentation addresses the types of content included in the Field Book Registry records, with a focus on the Encoded Archival Context (EAC) records used to describe persons, organizations, and expeditions. It also provides search tips for finding field book records and page scans in Collections Search.

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Utilizing record connections in the Field Book Project records between collection, item, and creator level Utilizing record connections in the Field Book Project records between collection, item, and creator level Presentation Transcript