Encoded Archival Context presentation slides
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00103494/00001
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Title: Encoded Archival Context presentation slides
Physical Description: Archival
Language: English
Creator: Benson, Dina
Publisher: University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 2011
Subjects / Keywords: Competencies
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 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: UF00103494:00001

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Encoded Archival Context

EAC as the new supplemental EAD

Dina Benson
Coordinator, Institutional Repository
University of Florida

A bit of background...

IR@UF: Institutional Repository at the
University of Florida: digital archive of
intellectual output of the UF community,
founded in 2006

URL: ufdc.ufl.edu/ufir

UFIR & IR@UF: coding & branding

University seal

What's in a name?

Normal College
SGeneral College
College of Agriculture
College of Natural Resources
and Environment
College of Health Professions
Documentary Institute
Department of Zoology
Department of Romance
Languages & Literatures

identity. ufl.edu/signatureSystem/

Oldest document in IR@UF

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The first 50-odd years

1910-1911 Academic Year

Graduate School

College of Arts and Sciences

College of Agriculture

College of Engineering

College of Law

Sub-Collegiate Division

Division of University Extension

Agricultural Experiment Station

1960-1961 Academic Year
University College
College of Agriculture
College of Architecture and Fine Arts
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Business Administration
College of Education
College of Engineering
School of Forestry
College of Health Related Services
School of Inter-American Studies
School of Journalism and Communication
College of Law
College of Medicine
College of Nursing
College of Pharmacy
College of Physical Education and Health
Military Departments

Changes in landscape
reflected in IR@UF documents

Campus map

University Record

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University of Florida College of Law
University record.
University record (Gainesville, Fla.)
Lake city, Fla.: University of the State of Florida, 1906-
v.; 24 cm.
Electronic reproduction of copy from George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida also available.
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1906)-
J. Hillis Miller Health Center College of Medicine catalog (LUIS)AKH7495
University of Florida University record of the University of Florida. Graduate catalog (LUIS)AKH7438
University of Florida University record of the university of Florida Undergraduate catalog .LUIS).4KH7437
University of Florida. College of Law Catalog and admission bulletin ILUIS)4,H7500
University of Florida College of Law catalog
College of Law catalog
Law school catalog.
University record : University of Florida College of Law Catalog
Volume numbering very confused, since the University Record includes all the publications of the Office of Publications, with the College of Law catalog being
only one of them.
Title from cover.
Imprint varies: Gainesville, Fla. : University of the State of Florida,; Gainesville, Fla. : University of Florida,.
Issues also have individual titles.
Issue for Vol. 2, no. 1 (Feb. 1907) is misnumbered as Vol. 1, no.1.

Catalog record for University Record(s)

Encoded Archival Description

A Guide to the F. Blair Reeves Papers

Finding aid prepared by Joyce Dewsbury
University of Florida Smathers Libraries Special and Area Studies Collections
March 2005

Descriptive Summary

Provenance: Reeves, F. Blair, 1922-
Tifle: F. Blair Reeves Papers
Dates: 1960-1992
Abstract Reports, correspondence, class matenals, project files, material on the Preservation Institute's summer program at Nantucket, and files on the
University's Bicentennial Committee
Extent 6.25 linearfeet. (11 Boxes)
Identification: Manuscript Collection 57

BiographicallHistorical Note

Professor F. Blair Reeves served as a member of the faculty of Architecture at the University of Florida from 1949 to 1987 when he became a professor emeritus. Throughout his academic
career Dr. Reeves was very active in the area of architectural preservation both in teaching and in professional organizations. For instance, he was an active participant in HABS (Historic
American Building Survey)which was founded in 1933 and through careful documentation recorded over 17,000 historic American sites. During the summer months Dr. Reeves involved
his students in projects which were organized to locate and preserve buildings uniquely valuable for their historic and architectural significance to the state of Florida that would otherwise
be lost through reckless renovation or razing as a consequence of the rapidity of Florida's development He also served on the executive committee to the National Trust for Historic
Preservation, a private institution designed to secure funding for the renovation of structures owned by the private sector and other facets of national heritage that were not receiving
appropriate governmental attention. Dr. Reeves served as chair of the UF Bicentennial Committee and in this capacity planned and oversaw many projects undertaken at the University of
Florda as well as the community at large He was involved with teaching, planning, and supervising the annual summer program at Nantucket known as Preservation Institute: Nantucket
(PI N). Dr. Reeves first took his students to Nantucket in 1970 as part of the HABS worktwo years before the Institute was founded. The Research and Education Center for Architectural
Preservation (RECAP), a multi-disciplinary approach, which became the focus for the study of architectural preservation was yet another program to which Dr. Reeves devoted his time and
effort as director from 1983 to 1986

Scope and Content

This collection contains reports, grant applications, correspondence, class materials (as course descriptions and requirements), committee information (as agendas and memoranda),
professional organization materials, and projects (including many student projects). In addition to folders there are 17 loose leaf binders dated from 1970 to 1987 which document through
correspondence, descriptions, reports, lists of student participants, itemized budgets, projects, schedules of events, and sometimes photographs the summer program at Preservation
Institute: Nantucket (PI.N) This program is an accredited academic program which teaches architectural preservation to advanced college students Nantucket, which founded the institute
serves as a laboratory for study because of the uniqueness of its heritage

EAD record with EAC potential

Change is changing

Hough Graduate School of Business
As shifts over time, merging and separation of
colleges, departments, centers, and other units
become more elaborate and/or delicate, Encoded
Archival Context can explain and clarify identities
and relationships.

EAC comes to UF

School of Business Administration and Journalism, 1925-1927

Historical Summary

In 1925, the School of Business Administration and Journalism was established in the College of Arts and Sciences. The Dean of that College was placed in charge. In the fall of 1926 a special director was appointed and the School, though still in
theory a part of the College of Arts and Sciences, began to operate as a separate and distinct unit. In the spring of 1927, the College of Commerce and Journalism was created with a dean and a faculty of its own.


Gainesville, Florida

Related Units and People

Subordinate Units

Division of Business Administration (1925-1927)

Superior Units

College of Arts and Sciences (1910-1978)

Predecessor Units

Department of Business Administration (1923-1925)

Successor Units

College of Commerce and Journalism (1927-1933)


* College of Business Administration. Office of the Dean Administrative policy records, 1926-?. Special and Area Studies Collections, George A Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
* College of Business Administration Faculty Minutes, Special and Area Studies Collections. George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

University of Florida

Institutional History Project

with the goal of introducing EAC-CPF to UF Libraries

Internal minigrant proposal in Fall 2009:
Released in August 2009, EAC-CPF is an international
standard for encoding contextual information about
"individuals, families and corporate bodies that create,
preserve, use and are responsible for and/or associated with
records in a variety of ways." This proposal requests funds to
hire two students to gather data from digital and print sources
and to encode this data using EAC-CPF, and funding for a
third student to program code for an EAC-CPF editor.

In 2010

grant work conducted

Special Collections

Identify names, dates, transitions,
and hierarchical changes from
authoritative sources in University

Encode information to create
webpages and EAC standards

Information Technology

Program software that will integrate
EAC standards into UFDC records

Completed sooner than expected;
added EAD capabilities to software


Data collected for each college

* Name of unit
* Historical summary
* Geographic locations)
* Related Units and People (including
Subordinates, Superior Units,
Predecessors, Successors, etc.)
* Resources (i.e. the archival collections
related to the academic unit

Basic EAC template

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EAC fields for relationships

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