L-80. Implementing Encoded Archival Description - Advance Reading List
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I. Encoded Archival Description Articles, Reference Materials, and Tools
*Encoded Archival Description: Introduction and Overview / Daniel Pitti DLIB Magazine, November 1999
American Archivists (Chicago: Society of American Archivists), vol. 60, nos. 3-4. Two issues devoted to EAD.
II. Encoded Archival Description Internet Sites
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