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  • American Library Association (ALA)

    From the Web site: "The Mission of the American Library Association is to provide leadership for the development, promotion and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship in order to enhance learning and ensure access to information for all."

  • Canadian Museums Association (CMA)

    The Canadian Museums Association is the national organization for the advancement of the Canadian museum sector, representing Canadian museum professionals both within Canada and internationally.

  • What We Do | About CHIN

    The Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) accomplishes its mission which is to enable Canada's museums to engage audiences through the use of innovative technologies.

  • University of Waterloo, Centre for Cultural Management (CCM)

    Located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, on the UW campus, the Centre for Cultural Management (CCM) undertakes a broad range of activities providing leadership in cultural management education and research.


    The INSCRIPTION site, maintained by mda on behalf of the Forum on Information Standards in Heritage (FISH) provides access to wordlists to be used for compiling archaeological and architectural heritage inventories. Available in English only.

  • Artefacts Canada Natural Sciences Database

    The Artefacts Canada Natural Sciences Database provides access to more than 1 million specimen records representing 28,000 different species from contributing museums across Canada.

  • Culture and UNESCO

    UNESCO Culture site covers Cultural Diversity, World Heritage, Intangible Heritage, Underwater Heritage, Movable Heritage and Museums, and Creativity.

  • Webhead-L (Science Museums Discussion Group) (listserv)

    From the Web site: "Webhead-L is an online forum for the discussion of interactive science museum exhibits and exhibits issues."

  • OMA Video Editing and Publishing How-To Guide: Digital Storytelling in Museums - Part Two

    A how-to guide for museums on the editing and publishing of videos.

  • British Museum Materials Thesaurus

    This thesaurus, developed by the British Museum based on the materials found in their collection, covers a very wide range of materials. It has three top-level terms: Organic, Inorganic, and Processed Material. Available in English only.