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From the Web site / du site W3 : "The Museum Management Program (MMP) is part of the National Center for Cultural Resources Stewardship and Partnership Programs that provides national program support functions for park resources and advises the Associate Director, Cultural Resource Stewardship and Partnership in Washington, DC, on policy. MMP supports development and coordination of servicewide policies, standards, and procedures for managing museum collections, including natural, cultural, archival and manuscript materials. MMP provides staff advice, technical assistance, and professional development pertaining to museum collections acquisition, documentation, preservation, protection, use, and disposal for the National Park Service. MMP develops and maintains a servicewide catalog and other statistics on museum collections."
Soins des collections sur support électronique des petits musées et archives fournit de l’information sur les étapes à suivre pour augmenter leur longévité. La prise de mesures dès maintenant réduira la probabilité de perte d’information à l’avenir.
The Mid-Atlantic Archivist is the quarterly newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference. Deadlines are February 15, May 15, August 15, and December 1. Individual yearly (October 1 to September 30) membership dues of $35.00 include a subscription to the newsletter. Membership is not open to institutions, but institutions may purchase a subscription to the newsletter for $35.00 per year. Selected back issues are available online.<BR>
Based on the Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT), and research by Thérèse Labbé. Representatives from a broad range of museums and associations also contributed to the development of this work.
The two subdivisions of the AAT's "Art" subgroup, namely "Fine Arts" and "Decorative Arts," correspond to the categories in the Info-Muse classification system.
This classification system is appropriate for use in the Category and Sub-category fields of Artefacts Canada: Humanities database.
Available in English and French.
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.
This 45-minute tutorial will provide heritage and cultural institution professionals with information on digitization fundamentals, such as how to create digital images and a digital file.
Names of archaeological objects (e.g. amulet; flask; tile) that can be recovered from archaeological fieldwork. Available in English only.
Developed by the MDA Archaeological Objects Thesaurus Working Party between 1995 and 1997.
The Thesarus is intended "to establish guidance and common principles for the recording of object names within the archaeological profession and related disciplines". For the purposes of the Thesaurus, archaeological objects are be defined as: ""any physical evidence, usually portable, resulting from past human activity and human interaction with the environment, or environmental remains, that can be recovered through archaeological fieldwork".
The thesaurus includes 2,204 terms, derived from the simple object name and authority lists submitted by members of the Working Party, together with the Object Class derived from the RCHME/English Heritage Thesaurus of Monument Types.
Follows ISO 2788 standard for Establishment and Development of Monolingual Thesauri.
Available in English only.
En vue d'offrir une aide adaptée à ses clientèles et partenaires, le Ministère propose quatre programmes s'appliquant à divers secteurs en culture et communications.
Portail Internet du Ministère de la culture et de la communication de France
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