Sample MOA2 Objects

Links are provided to some sample MOA2 objects below.  If you click on the link, the selected object will come up in GenView, MOA2 document viewer developed in the Library Systems Office at U.C. Berkeley.  The  objects on this page have been selected to demonstrate the potential of the MOA2 encoding, and the available supporting tools.

Yoshiko Uchida Scrapbook

This document demonstrates the rich document structure support.  Click on the blue arrow next to the entry for Page 39 in the Table of Contents Frame.  Note that the entry for "Page 39" now opens up to show the entries immediately below it.  Now click on the entry for "Page 39 Overview" that appears below "Page 39".  An overview image of the entire page appears in the right-hand frame.  Now click on the "Next" button at the top of the right-hand frame. The Table of Contents frame advances to the entry for "Contents of envelopes, p.39", and an overview of the contents of the envelopes attached to Page 39 appears in the right-hand frame.  Now click on the "Next" button again.   Note that the "Contents of envelopes" entry under Page 39 has now opened up, and you are positioned at the first entry under this, "Page 39a front".  The contents of the first envelope, a birthday card, appears in the right-hand frame.


Chinese Stone Rubbing

This document demonstrates Chinese characters (as UTF8 encoded Unicode).  Note that a Unicode font such as Arial Unicode MS or appropriate Chinese font must be available on your system; and your browser must be configured to make use of this font.


San Francisco, 15 Minute Quadrangle

This document demonstrates:
  1. Helper application support.  Click on the 1895 version of the map in the Table of Contents Frame.  Click on the map in the right-hand frame to activate a MrSid version of the image.
  2. Support for multiple levels of Descriptive metadata.  Click on the 1895 version of the map in the Table of Contents Frame.  Note that a link to the Descriptive Metadata for the 1895 appears in the lower left-hand frame.  Click on this to view this Descriptive metadata.  Next click on the 1899 version of the map in the Table of Contents Frame. Note that a link to the Descriptive Metadata for this 1899 map now appears in the lower left-hand frame.

Patrick Breen Diary

This document demonstrates:
  1. Transcription support.  Pull down the option list under the "Left Frame:" heading in the right-hand frame; then select the entry beginning "Text" from this list.  The text transcription for the Breen Diary now appears in the left-hand frame.
  2. Simultaneous page turning for the image and the transcription.  Click on the "Next" button at the top of the right-hand frame to advance both the page images and the text transcription.



Document maintained at http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/MOA2/ by Rick Beaubien.
Last update May 24, 2001. Rick Beaubien: rbeaubie@library.berkeley.edu