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Encoded Archival Context (EAC)


The People Australia program uses the Encoded Archival Context for Corporate bodies, Persons and Families (EAC-CPF) standard to exchange records about parties.

EAC-CPF, released in March 2010, is a rich standard designed to support the detailed description of parties which groups name variants for a party and, where available, includes biographical and contextual information, references to related resource records, references to related parties and details about a party's function, field of activity or occupation.

EAC Beta

Exposure draft of the People Australia Data Model (Word version [495 KB], PDF version [631 KB])

This Exposure draft refers to the superceded Encoded Archival Contect (EAC) Beta standard. 

Sample EAC record [7kb] for Sir Marcus Oliphant (1901 - 2000) (source: Bright Sparcs)

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