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  • Trade-marks

    Canadian Intellectual Property Office Trade-marks section.

  • Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art: Internet Archive of Canadian Professional Artists

    From the Web site: "Essentially a virtual arts organization, the CCCA's mandate is to introduce and showcase Canada's professional artists to an increasingly connected Internet world. The focus of its current activity is the extensive Canadian Art Database Internet project, CCCA.ca."

  • Government of Canada Controlled Vocabulary Registry

    From the Web site: "...controlled vocabularies used in the Government of Canada."

  • Media Art and Museums: Guidelines and Case Studies

    Media art: Online set of guidelines and case studies designed for heritage professionals and cultural institutions seeking to expand their knowledge of the management of media artworks.

  • Access to Biological Collections Data (ABCD) Schema

    ABCD - Access to Biological Collections Data - Schema is a "common data specification for biological collection units, including living and preserved specimens, along with field observations". It is intended to support the "exchange and integration of detailed primary collection and observation data".

    ABCD provides a standardized set of element names and their definition for scientists and curators to use in recording both specimen-specific and collection-specific data.

    The standard is both comprehensive and general. It contains a wide range of data elements that could be used in a collection database, but a single museum would only use a fraction of the elements that met the needs of their discipline and practices.

    "The elements and concepts that are used provide as much compatibility as is possible with other standards in the field of biological collection data.... The data specification is cast as an XML schema". Available in English only.

  • Culturable.com

    Culturable is designed as an agile, international, and specialized tool linking professionals. It allows users to find temporary exhibition spaces, to produce or host travelling exhibitions, and to find professionals who offer exhibition production services. Their base of operations is located in Spain; the portal is bilingual in Spanish and English as an international language.<BR>

  • Arts Watch

    From the Web site / du site W3 : "...Arts Watch, a weekly cultural policy publication of Americans for the Arts. Arts Watch covers news in a variety of categories related to cultural policy including Culture and Communities, Arts Education and the Creative Workforce, Public Investment in Culture and Creativity, and Philanthropy and the Private Sector."

  • 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.

  • Seven things you should know about social bookmarking

    An introduction to social tagging, which explains what it is and how to participate in social tagging.

  • Les archives historiques faces aux technologies de conservation

    From the Web site: "L'irruption des NTIC dans le monde des archives, surtout dans celui des archives historiques, peut susciter des interrogations éthiques nouvelles, voire des conflits d'intérêts d'un genre nouveau. Si certains de ces problèmes sont du même ordre que ceux auxquels doivent faire face les gestionnaires d'archives courantes et intermédiaires, d'autres sont propres aux professionnels de la conservation illimitée des documents à des fins scientifiques et culturelles. À défaut de fournir des réponses définitives, on essaiera ici de recenser l'ensemble des questions posées et de discerner qui doit y répondre."