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  • Primary Source [IMLS newsletter]

    "The IMLS newsletter, Primary Source, sent monthly via e-mail, explores how museums and libraries across the country use IMLS awards to further their service to the public." For past issues, please visit: http://www.imls.gov/whatsnew/new_imls.htm#ps

  • Consultation Paper on Digital Copyright Issues

    From the Web site: "The purpose of this paper is to initiate consultation on a number of issues that arise at the intersection of the new digitally networked environment with the Copyright Act. It represents a first step in initiating discussion on a copyright framework that helps to promote dissemination on-line of new digital content, for and by Canadians."

  • Bibliothèque nationale de France (BNF) : catalogues en ligne

    Informations sur les catalogues de la Bibliothèque nationale de France

  • Digital Preservation Policy Framework Development Guideline

    A guide for developing digital preservation policy.

  • 2009 Horizon Report

    The sixth in the NMC's series of annual reports on key emerging technologies that are likely to impact teaching, learning, research or creative expression in higher education.

  • Personalisation in presentation services: A report commissioned by JISC

    From the report: "The report concludes that personalisation is effective and feasible in situations where data is controlled and where there is a clear rationale or business case. It identifies several impediments to using personalisation with uncontrolled data, including immature technology and lack of metadata."<BR>See also .pdf version: http://www.therightplace.plus.com/jp/jp-study-15.pdf

  • SaskCulture

    From the Web site: "SaskCulture Inc. is a community-driven, non-profit organization that works with our members to build a culturally vibrant Saskatchewan. where all citizens celebrate value and participate in a rich, cultural life."

  • University of British Columbia, Museum Studies

    From the Web site: The Department of Anthropology and Sociology, through the Museum of Anthropology, offers theoretical and practical training in museum principles and methods as a component of undergraduate and graduate degree programmes in Anthropology. This training is also available to UBC students in other related disciplines such as Asian Studies, Classics, History and Fine Arts, with permission of the relevant departments."

  • Grands sites archéologiques

    La collection compte actuellement 10 volumes, de la Préhistoire au Moyen Age, rédigés par les plus grands spécialistes et conçus à l'intention d'un large public.

  • Digital & AV Preservation Resources