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."
From the Web site: "The OWHC's mission is to promote the implementation of the World Heritage Convention by helping municipal administrators access the information they need this challenge. To this end, the OWHC organizes symposia and seminars dealing with the challenges to be met in the realm of management and strategies pertaining to the development and preservation of historic sites."
From the Web site: "The Archives Society of Alberta (ASA) was formed to advocate and meet the needs of archivists and those interested in archives."
From the Web site: "Museum-L is a general purpose, cross-disciplinary electronic discussion list for museum professionals, students, and all others interested in museum related issues. All museum related topics are acceptable for posting and discussion at this time. Membership in Museum-L is open to anyone with e-mail service."
Didactiel : Gestion de la conservation de collections numériques (collaboration entre l'Université Cornell et le RCIP)
From the Web site: "The Museum Association of Newfoundland and Labrador is an organization of individuals and groups working towards the preservation of our cultural and natural heritage."
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The logo of the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN), representing museums from different regions of Canada.
From the Web site / du site W3 : "The mission of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) is to make the world's primary data on biodiversity freely and universally available via the Internet."
Based on Chenhall's Revised Nomenclature for Museum Cataloguing, this object classification system was developed specifically for the historical collections of the Canadian Parks Service (now Parks Canada). This classification system is appropriate for use in the Classification, Category, and Sub-category fields of Artefacts Canada: Humanities database, as well as the Object Name/Object Type fields. It has an advantage over Chenhall's Nomenclature in that it is bilingual (English/French).
The Classification System for Historical Collections:
- contains all the same categories as Nomenclature but reflects the Parks Canada collection in its object names;
- elaborates on the Nomenclature system in its categories for military artefacts, costumes, and packaging and containers;
- is used throughout the historical and ethnographic collections of Parks Canada to support the identification, documentation, and presentation of the national collection.
The Classification System for Historical Collections is also widely used outside of Parks Canada for managing historical collections in many museums, museum associations, and special interest groups at a local, regional, provincial and federal level.
Parks Canada has also produced Volume 1 of Look and Learn: Parks Canada Descriptive and Visual Dictionary of Objects, based on the first three categories (Structures, Furnishings, and Personal Artifacts) of the Classification system. Whereas the Classification System provides the framework of categories, classes, and object terms, the Dictionary defines the lower level of the scheme (the lexicon of object terms, the references to alternate, broader, and narrower terms, and line-drawings illustrating the types of objects in each category).
Parks Canada has collaborated with CHIN to create an online version of the Classification System and Visual Dictionary.
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