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  • Canadian Association of Photographers & Illustrators in Communications (CAPIC)

    From the Web site: "CAPIC (Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators in Communications) is Canada's premiere association of visual communicators. CAPIC actively and successfully represents the interests of members in a wide range of areas from Copyright to Business Practice. CAPIC members provide outstanding imagery which is used in all forms of reproduction."

  • MIDAS Heritage: The UK Historic Environment Data Standard

    Developed by English Heritage on behalf of the Forum on Information Standards in Heritage (FISH), the updated and expanded version of MIDAS provides a framework data standard for recording all types of heritage assets, their management related activities, map depiction (GIS) and information sources. MIDAS Heritage is heavily influenced by the CIDOC Draft International Core Standard for Archaeological Sites and Monuments and SPECTRUM. It includes checklists to assist inventory managers with decision-making, units of information to be recorded, along with definitions for each unit of information. It also includes indexing tools which provide advice on "finding or compiling wordlists or thesauri to use in indexing inventory entries". MIDAS Heritage is available online and can be downloaded as a free PDF on www.midas-heritage.info . Available in English only.

  • La Société des musées québécois - Guide des musées

    Répertoire des musée du Québec

  • Liste des rôles des auteurs /exécutants, Direction des musées de France

    Term list for creator roles - for example, sculpteur, calligraphe, graveur. Available in French only.

  • Skills Development | About CHIN

    Resources and services provided online and in-person by the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) to enhance the skills of heritage professionals and volunteers.

  • Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC)

    From the Web site: "The Southeastern Museums Conference [Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia] fosters professionalism, mutual support, and communication among its members and the larger museum community. A nonprofit membership organization, SEMC strives to increase educational and professional development opportunities, improve the interchange of ideas and information, and encourage respect and collegiality."

  • Case Study: Young Curators of the Future

    One of a series of VMC lab project reports, this report provides lessons learned on a on collaborative project working with museums and galleries, schools, and youth and social media.

  • Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL)

    From the Web site: "Mission: CARL/ABRC provides leadership to the Canadian academic research library community through enhancing scholarly communication and assisting members to provide full support for postgraduate study and research."

  • Recherches sur les arts

    Du site W3 : "Recherches sur les arts vous tiendra au courant des principaux articles et projets du domaine artistique. Le tout est présenté de manière claire et précise, avec liens aux sources, ce qui simplifiera vos recherches et vous fera gagner du temps.<BR><BR>La diffusion gratuite de Recherches sur les arts est possible grâce au soutien du Conseil des Arts du Canada et du ministère du Patrimoine canadien."

  • European Heritage Network (HEREIN)

    "The Herein network is made up of ministries or government agencies in charge of heritage conservation. Their co-operation, via a number of shared resources, has made it possible to establish an information system unique in Europe, accessible free of charge on the web-site www.european-heritage.net <http://www.european-heritage.net>, including:<BR><BR>- A comparative databank on the national cultural heritage policies of the network's member states. The information gathered concerns the various aspects of heritage policy: identification, inventories, protection, conservation, funding, integrated conservation strategies with a view to sustainable development, dissemination and awareness-raising, innovation centres and digitisation of cultural assets, as well as a section on the global heritage (the UNESCO World Heritage Convention in Europe).<BR><BR>- A multilingual thesaurus (Bulgarian, English, French, Greek, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Slovenian and Spanish) on cultural heritage policies, intended to help web-site users when surfing through the national reports made available on line. This terminological tool allows users to gain a better grasp of the concepts they come across when reading through reports and thereby broaden or refine their knowledge of the subject concerned.<BR><BR>- A selection of links offering access to Internet resources in the heritage field in Europe classified by country, theme and type.<BR><BR>- A Heritage Discovery chapter, which hosts virtual exhibitions intended to illustrate Europe's cultural diversity through discovery of its common heritage (see www.organs.european-heritage.net)<BR><BR>- Professional discussion forums on specific heritage-related themes.<BR><BR>Information is published on the site in a number of languages and is regularly updated by a network of officially appointed national correspondents in each of the Herein network's member states."