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The MADS Implementation Registry contains descriptions of MADS projects planned, in progress, and fully implemented. To have your projects added to the registry, please submit the requisite information directly to the Network Development and MARC Standards Office via ndmso@loc.gov.

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There are currently 3 projects in the registry.

Project Name Project Details
Canadiana Authorities Institution: Library and Archives Canada
Description: Canadiana name and title authorities are searchable in a MARCXML database. Records can be exported in MADS, MARCXML or MARC 21 formats.
Web site: http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/canadiana-authorities/index-e.html External Link
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Dates: Implemented: May 2010
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Contact Person: Christine Alexander
Email address: christine.alexander@lac-bac.gc.ca
Additional contact information: resource-description-ressources@lac-bac.gc.ca
E-Matrix Institution: North Carolina State University Library
Description: Organization Name Authority data for use in our locally-developed ERM, E-matrix, represented in the MADS schema. We implemented the MADS schema in order to be able to share our ONA data with interested institutions.
Web site: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/e-matrix/functionality.html External Link
Web site notes: Currently, the website describes and documents E-matrix, the tool in which our organization names are managed.
Dates: Implemented March 2010
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Version: 1
Contact Person: Jacquie Samples
Email address: jacquiesamples@ncsu.edu
Additional contact information: maria_collins@ncsu.edu
University of Alabama Libraries Digital Collections Institution: University of Alabama Libraries
Description: A local MADS XML file is queried and populated through Python scripts and XSL transformation to control name headings while processing MODS records.
Web site: http://acumen.lib.ua.edu External Link
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Dates: Implemented Fall 2010
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Tools: Excel, Python scripts, XMLSpy (XML, XSLT)
Version: 2.0
Contact Person: Janet Lee-Smeltzer, Head of Cataloging and Metadata Services
Email address: jleesmeltzer@ua.edu
Additional contact information: Mary Alexander, Metadata Librarian, malexand@ua.edu

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