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  • Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS)

    Du site W3 : "The Art Libraries Society of North America was founded in 1972 at the initiative of Judith Hoffberg by a group of art librarians attending the American Library Association annual conference in Chicago. This group realized that to fulfill the need among art librarians for better communication and cooperation, and to provide a forum for ideas, projects, and programs, an entirely new and separate organization was required. Inspired by the model of the Art Libraries Society, established in 1969 in the United Kingdom and Ireland, ARLIS/NA was created."

  • Canada Council for the Arts

    Du site W3 : "The Canada Council for the Arts is a national arm's-length agency created by an Act of Parliament in 1957. According to the Canada Council Act, the role of the Council is 'to foster and promote the study and enjoyment of, and the production of works in, the arts.'"

  • HeritageTalk

    The Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN) is a non-profit, non-partisan provincial organization whose mission is to help advance knowledge of the history and culture of English-speaking society in Quebec.

  • Applied Museum Studies Program

    This three-year advanced diploma program provides students with a sound background in museum work and the technical areas common to all museums. These include: collection management, exhibit preparation, conservation, educational programming, and museum management. The program has three components: academic studies, workshops, and field placements. <BR>NOTE: Successful applicants with a university degree will be placed in the second year of the program. <BR>

  • Copyright Information Centre

    From the Web site: "The Copyright Information Centre is your one stop shop to access electronically copyright information important to Canadian libraries. It will provide the latest information on Canadian copyright reform, regulations, bills to amend the Copyright Act, selected case law, and copyright position statements of the Canadian Library Association and other library/education associations. The site will also include interpretations of Canadian copyright law, international copyright law, media copyright, collective and performing rights societies, and reading and writings on Canadian copyright."

  • Image de page d'accueil des collections d'objets d'apprentissage (Étape 2 de 2) | Programme d'investissement pour des expositions virtuelles

    Sélection et ajout d'une image sur la page d'accueil d'une Collection d'objets d'apprentissage, étape 2 de 2.

  • Liste des membres | Adhésion

    La liste des membres du Réseau canadien d'information sur le patrimoine (RCIP) compte plus de 1 400 établissements membres partout au Canada, allant d'attractions patrimoniales de renommée internationale aux musées communautaires.

  • Normes de numérisation de la SMCC : balayage numérique et photographie d'artefacts. 

    Ensemble de lignes directrices pour améliorer les normes de numérisation au Musée canadien des civilisations, pouvant être utilisées par d'autres institutions souhaitant élaborer leurs propres normes.

  • Centre de conservation du Québec

    "Le Centre de conservation du Québec contribue à la conservation préventive et à la restauration du patrimoine mobilier du Québec en vue d'une meilleure accessibilité et d'une valorisation de l'héritage culturel du Québec."

  • ICOM-L (listserv)

    Du site W3 : "L'ICOM gère une liste de distribution par E-mail ,ICOM-L, que les comités peuvent utiliser pour se renseigner sur la mise en place de leurs ressources. Cette liste comporte de nombreux abonnés à travers le monde et il est fort probable que quelqu'un saura apporter son aide sur les questions locales."