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  • Association des bibliothèques de recherche du Canada (ABRC)

    Du site W3 : "Mission : CARL/ABRC joue un rôle de chef de file au sein de la communauté des bibliothèques universitaires de recherche canadiennes en encourageant la communication savante et en aidant ses membres à donner leur plein appui à l’enseignement et la recherche dans le domaine des études supérieures."

  • Arts Research Monitor

    From the Web site: "The Arts Research Monitor provides synopses of relevant arts research projects, allowing you to apply research findings to your communications, advocacy or program design work.<BR><BR>Free public distribution of the Arts Research Monitor is made possible by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Department of Canadian Heritage."

  • 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."

  • Understanding Recordable & Rewritable DVD

    A comprehensive guide to Recordable and Rewritable DVD technologies encompasing DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW and DVD-RAM. Includes information on all aspects including formats, compatibility, capacity, copy protection, labeling, handling, storage, longevity, manufacturing and further resources

  • 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 . Available in English only.

  • Interpretation Canada

    Interpretation Canada is an organization for professionals who work in heritage interpretation from across Canada.

  • La Société des musées québécois - Guide des musées

    Répertoire des musée du Québec

  • ICOMOS Canada

    Du site W3 : "ICOMOS Canada est le comité national du Conseil international des monuments et des sites. À ce titre, il est le point focal des échanges entre spécialistes internationaux dans le domaine de la ressources culturelles au Canada et des échanges d'information et d'expertise dans le domaine de la conservation à l'échelle mondiale."

  • Association of Research Libraries (ARL)

    From the Web site: "ARL is a not-for-profit membership organization comprising the leading research libraries in North America. Its mission is to shape and influence forces affecting the future of research libraries in the process of scholarly communication. ARL programs and services promote equitable access to and effective use of recorded knowledge in support of teaching, research, scholarship, and community service."

  • Inside Installations : Documentation Model

    A three-year research project, managed by the Institute for Cultural Heritage (ICN), studying the care and administration of art installations.

    Includes over 30 case studies, as well as guides to good practice for preservation strategies, artists' participation, documentation/archiving strategies, theory/semantics and knowledge management/information exchange.

    Includes the "Inside Installations Documentation Model (2IDM)" which is intended "to support the preservation and presentation of contemporary art by providing an architecture that serves professionals to record, administrate and disseminate information and media". Available in English only.