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  • Institut canadien de la propriété intellectuelle (IPIC)

    Du site W3 : "Fondé en 1926, l'Institut de la propriété intellectuelle du Canada (IPIC) est la plus importante association canadienne de professionnels spécialisés en propriété intellectuelle : brevets d'inventions, marques de commerce, droit d'auteur et dessins industriels. L'IPIC se consacre à la protection et à la promotion de la propriété intellectuelle au sein de l'économie canadienne."

  • Australian Copyright Council - Online Information Centre

    L'ICOMOS se consacre à la conservation et à la protection des monuments, des ensembles et des sites du patrimoine culturel. C'est la seule organisation internationale non gouvernementale de ce type qui se consacre à promouvoir la théorie, la méthodologie et la technologie appliquées à la conservation, la protection et la mise en valeur des monuments et des sites. Ses travaux sont basés sur les principes inscrits dans la charte internationale de 1964 sur la conservation et la restauration des monuments et des sites, dite charte de Venise.

  • Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts (CCAHA)

    From the Web site: "The Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts (CCAHA), established in 1977, is one of the largest non-profit regional conservation laboratories in the country. CCAHA serves cultural, educational, and research institutions; individuals; corporations; and private organizations throughout the United States."

  • AFRICOM (International Council of African Museums)

    From the Web site: "AFRICOM today is an International NGO registered by the Government of Kenya. The Secretariat is located in the capital city, Nairobi, in offices graciously offered by the National Museums of Kenya (NMK)."

  • Program Overview | Virtual Exhibits Investment Program

    Overview of the Program Guidelines related to the Virtual Exhibits Investment Program under the Virtual Museum of Canada (VMC).

  • Sample Translation Invoice | Community Memories Program

    A sample translation invoice to submit for payment toward the cost of translating an exhibit for the Community Memories Program.

  • Collection Level Description - the Museum Perspective

    From the article: "Many organizations -- libraries, archives, museums, government agencies, and others -- have content that they need to make accessible on the Internet. Museums have long had computerized collections management databases, and many of them are offering item-level meta-data to the public on the Web. But the content of museums’ collections databases is invisible to search engines -- so what is the means for resource discovery on the Web?

  • A Guide to Copyrights

    From the Web site: "This is an HTML version of the existing guide. The guide includes minor web format changes, links to related web pages and contact information for the Client Service Centre.<BR><BR>This information is to be considered solely as a guide and should not be quoted as or considered to be a legal authority. It may become obsolete in whole or in part at any time without notice. Authority must be found in the Copyright Act, the Copyright Regulations, and in decisions of the courts interpreting them."

  • Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating

    The Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating (CSGVP) provides the most comprehensive overview of the contributions of time and money Canadians make to nonprofit and charitable organizations and to each other.

  • About CHIN - 2004-2005 Year in Perspective | About CHIN

    The 2004-2005 Annual Review of the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) reports its key activities and projects across Canada which fulfilled the organization's priorities for this year.