3 Responses to “The case for disaster planning: now with EAD!”

  1. jordon Says:

    Sorry I missed this the first time around!

    If you want to geek out about this, I think the proper place to put this information is in the Physical Access note (DACS rule 4.2). If you’re mapping to EAD, that’s the tag. If you guys are using AT, that’s the “General Physical Description” field in the Resource module. Scope and content should just be used for describing the contents of the collection, not the lightning bolts that affected them.

    This is an awesome problem to have, by the way.

  2. jordon Says:

    Sorry, for some reason wordpress doesn’t read raw code. The EAD tag is the “phystech” tag.

    • Dee Dee Says:

      phystech is definitely right for damage. Info about lost or stolen items should stay in the scopecontent tag, right?

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