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  • Guidelines for Adding or Updating Your Event Records | Membership

    Guidelines providing instructions on how to add or update information on museums events, using the Your Events entry form.

  • British Columbia History Digitization Program

    In September 2006 the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at the University of British Columbia announced the BC History Digitization Program. The focus of the program is to promote increased access to British Columbia's historical resources, including providing matching funds to undertake digitization projects that will result in free online access to our unique provincial historical material... For the 2008 fiscal year the BC History Digitization Program will provide approximately $200,000 in three funding request categories [$1,000-$4,999, $5,000-$9,999, $10,000-$15,000].


    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.

  • 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.

  • D-Lib Magazine: monthly magazine about innovation and research in digital libraries

    From the Web site: "The D-Lib Magazine supports the community of researchers and developers working to create and apply the technologies leading to the global digital library. Its goal is to support and facilitate collaborative activities, information exchange, and communications of this community."

  • Interoperability of Data for Electronic Commerce Systems (INDECS)

    The INDECS framework was created by many organizations involved in the creation and management of digital content, for the purpose of supporting electronic commerce and the management of intellectual property rights. The INDECS model can be used to describe and identify intellectual property, the parties involved in the exchange of intellectual property, and the agreements between them. Available in English only.

  • Ottawa South History Project

    A group for sharing information about the history of Old Ottawa South, a neighbourhood in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.<BR>Click on the link "Apply for group membership" in the right hand nav bar. You require a Google account which you can create on the fly. The account can use any email address you choose, it doesn't ahve to be gmail.

  • Association of Manitoba Museums: Certificate Program in Museum Practice

    Certificate Program in Museum Practice

  • H-ORALHIST (H-Net Discussion List on Oral History) (listserv)

    From the Web site: "H-Oralhist is a network for scholars and professionals active in studies related to oral history. It is affiliated with the Oral History Association."

  • Association canadienne d'archéologie (ACA)

    Site de l'Association canadienne d'archéologie