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Harmonization of Nomenclature 4.0 and Parks Canada Descriptive and Visual Dictionary of Objects

August 2017

The Canadian Heritage Information Network, Parks Canada and the American Association for State and Local History have agreed to harmonize the following two standards: Nomenclature 4.0 for Museum Cataloging and Parks Canada Descriptive and Visual Dictionary of Objects.

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CHIN Newsletter Suspended

May 2017

As you may already know, the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) has undergone numerous changes over the last few years.

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Artefacts Canada surveys!

May 2017

CHIN recently deployed a survey asking Artefacts Canada contributors questions about their use of Artefacts Canada and other online resources.

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Using Virtual Graffiti to Discourage Defacement of Historic Sites and Monuments

May 2017

In Florence, Italy, officials have invented a new way to discourage graffiti at historic sites and monuments. The virtual graffiti will be stored on a website and archived permanently, allowing visitors to achieve the same goal of leaving their mark at the popular attraction without defacing it.

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Museum-Digital Provides an Easy-to-Use Collections Management System for Small Museums

May 2017

Museum-Digital is an open-source platform that combines an easy-to-use collections management system (CMS), aggregator of collections data, and publishing platform. It was designed to be simple to use, particularly for small museums.

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Canadian Geographic: Deadline for the October 2017 Issue

May 2017

You have until Monday, June 20, 2017 to submit an artefact in the “What’s This?” feature of the October issue of Canadian Geographic magazine.

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Comprehensive Survey of Heritage Institutions Captures a Digital Trend

March 2017

Canadian Heritage recently released its most recent report on the 2015 Government of Canada Survey of Heritage Institutions. This survey collects financial and operating data from Canada’s heritage institutions, museums, art galleries, archives, historical sites, zoos and botanical gardens.

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