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  • Alberta Foundation for the Arts

    Du site W3 : "The mission of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts is to assist all Albertans to fully participate in the cultural life of the province. A beneficiary of Lottery Fund proceeds, the AFA reports to the Minister of Community Development. The Board is responsible for the disbursement of grants, prizes, competitions, and program contacts; and acquiring, exhibiting, and preserving art. Administrative, consultative and technical support is provided by the Arts Development Branch."

  • Museum-Ed Discussion List (listserv)

    The Museum-Ed Discussion List is an open, unmoderated discussion list that serves as a forum for museum educators. When a member of the Discussion List sends a message to the list, all other members receive the message. The exchange of information is the key here, so if you feel it is important to the museum education community, go ahead and discuss it!

  • Alliance of National Heritage Areas [USA]

    Du site W3 : "The Alliance of National Heritage Areas is a collaboration of 23 Congressionally-designated regions that represent the stories of nationally significant and distinct aspects of America's heritage."

  • Programme Histoires de chez nous | Programmes d'investissement

    Les expositions en ligne Histoires de chez nous proposent un aperçu des événements et des gens qui forgent une collectivité, elles sont par la suite présentées sur le site du Musée virtuel du Canada.

  • Modification d’une exposition virtuelle du MVC | Programme d'investissement pour des expositions virtuelles

    Informations sur le financement de la mise-à-jour du contenu et / ou de mettre à jour les fonctionnalités techniques des expositions virtuelles afin de se conformer aux normes d'accessibilité du gouvernement du Canada.

  • University of Victoria, Certificate in Cultural Resource Management

    The Cultural Resource Management Program (CRMP) at the University of Victoria has been offering accessible, innovative learning opportunities to heritage, museum, and cultural professionals throughout Canada and beyond since 1982. Both on-campus and distance education courses are designed to appeal to busy professionals who wish to develop and maintain their understanding of contemporary and emerging professional issues and competencies - while also juggling competing demands in the workplace and the community.

    Strengthen your professional knowledge, skills, and career prospects by registering in individual courses on an as-needed basis, or by participating in one of our select programs. All our courses relate theory to practice, involve expert instructors and resource people, and bring together a fascinating mix of participants, experience, and perspectives.

  • Seizing the Moment: Scientists' Authorship Rights in the Digital Age

    From the Web site / du site W3 : "The report of the project describes the challenges that advances in information technology pose for intellectual property law, and identifies a set of "core values" that should be embedded in a system of scientific publishing."

  • What is social tagging?

    From the author's descripton of his blog: "This blog is a chapter in the web-wide discussion of non-profit technology issues. <BR>How does this discussion differ from those on other blogs in the non-profit space? I'd like to try to keep my focus mainly on the bread-and-buter issues that confront my consulting and software clients on a daily basis. We'll talk about prosaic stuff like Membership Management, Meetings and Events Management and Fundraising, broader ideas like security and software project management, and touchy-feely stuff like organizational development."

  • La Tradition Orale : de la collecte à la numérisation

    Du site W3 : "Il y a là de très grandes chances offertes à la tradition orale qui, dans le même temps, semble trouver au moyen du numérique et à travers le multimédia, une sorte de compromis dynamique dans sa confrontation avec l'écrit."

  • CanCore: Metadata for Learning Objects (Protocole CanCore)

    Le protocole CanCore permet aux éducateurs, aux chercheurs et aux étudiants du Canada et de partout dans le monde de trouver des ressources d'apprentissage en ligne.

    Ce protocole a été mis au point par un groupe d'éducateurs canadiens et de spécialistes techniques avec le soutien et l'appui financier du projet CANARIE d'Industrie Canada et d'autres organismes. Il s'agit d'une norme relative aux métadonnées dans le domaine de l'éducation « fondée sur la norme LOM de IEE (IEE Learning Object Metadata) et la spécification IMS Learning Resource Meta-data, et complètement compatible avec ces deux normes ».

    Le protocole CanCore fournit des directives pour interpréter et implémenter chaque élément d'information faisant partie de la norme LOM de IEE.

    Ce protocole est disponible en anglais ; le résumé est disponible en français.