Les systèmes de classification du Réseau Info-Muse : pourquoi et comment les utiliser ? - Capsule documentaire no 3
This document offers guidelines for selecting a classification system. Available in French only.
From the Web site: "The OpenURL Framework Standard defines an architecture for creating OpenURL Framework Applications. An OpenURL Framework Application is a networked service environment, in which packages of information are transported over a network. These packages have a description of a referenced resource at their core, and they are transported with the intent of obtaining context-sensitive services pertaining to the referenced resource. To enable the recipients of these packages to deliver such context-sensitive services, each package describes the referenced resource itself, the network context in which the resource is referenced, and the context in which the service request takes place."
Certificate Program in Museum Practice
Du site W3 : "Les informations présentées ici citent notamment les directives nationales et internationales établies pour les musées concernant l'identification et la restitution des biens juifs spoliés. Ont été également listées les bases de données d'objets disparus ou spoliés, ainsi que quelques exemples d'actions menées à titre individuel par des musées pour permettre d'établir la provenance de certaines pièces de leurs collections."
Developed by the Société des musées québécois (SMQ), this document offers guidelines for recording proper names (names of people and organizations). Available in French only.
From the Web site: "The Canadian Independent Film & Video Fund (CIFVF) is a private sector non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting the development of the non-theatrical industry through the creation of films, videos and new media projects that promote lifelong learning and are produced by Canadian independent producers."
CHIN has mapped the Humanities Data Dictionary to other existing standards. This crosswalk is based on the Getty Standards Program's "Crosswalk of Metadata Element Sets for Art, Architecture, and Cultural Heritage Information and Online Resources". It maps among:
- CHIN Humanities Data Dictionary,
- Categories for the Description of Works of Art
- Object ID
- CIMI Access Points
- VRA Core Categories
- Dublin Core
- Cataloging Cultural Objects
Available in English and in French.
Developed by the Société des musées québécois (SMQ), this document offers guidelines for cataloguing prints. Available in French only.
Conservation OnLine (CoOL) is a freely accessible platform to generate and disseminate vital resources for those working to preserve cultural heritage worldwide. Through the support of the Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation, CoOL is committed to growing and sustaining these resources into the future. As an authoritative and trusted source of information, CoOL serves to foster, convene, and promote collaboration.
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