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Biblioteca virtuale di architettura ed ingegneria
the architectural highlights of Canada including canadian architectural news, projects and buildings
CHIN is a Special Operating Agency within the federal Department of Canadian Heritage. In pursuit of our mission, we collaborate with the heritage community and other relevant parties to provide heritage services for Canadians. If you are a heritage professional, check out news services for information on upcoming events of special relevance to the heritage community, or special studies which have been conducted on topics relevant to your institution or your career. Join special listservs for discussions with your colleagues around the world,
Links professional, resources museums, heritage, heritage information, heritage professionals, Internet libraries, museum professionals, conservation museologists
Un portale di accesso ad Internet per Ingegneri, Architetti, Tecnici, Imprese e Società con tutto quello che offre Internet in Italia, in Europa e nel Mondo. Oltre 1.000 siti selezionati e commentati!
European Heritage Forum on the internet
Conservation OnLine (CoOL), a project of the Preservation Department of Stanford University Libraries, covers a wide spectrum of topics of interest to professionals involved with the conservation of library, archives and museum materials
All about Museums and London
The Planning and Architecture Internet Resource Center) contains a comprehensive directory of Internet resources relevant to planning, architecture, urbanism and other topics related to the built environment. Cyburbia also contains information about architecture and planning related mailing lists and Usenet newsgroups, and hosts several interactive message areas.
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European Heritage offers a databank on heritage policies, a heritage portal and is developing sections for training and the general public
GRIP is an internet gateway presenting a core of accessible and recent materials selected by experts and provides an introduction to a great many aspects of preservation. Resources selected for inclusion in GRIP aim to be of interest to a wide audience, including preservation professionals, collection managers, policy makers, librarians, archivists, museum curators, audiovisual specialists and information technologists.
For everyone concerned with the care of heritage material, sites and structures.
Articles, technical notes, bibliographies, links, and other references about indoor air quality in museums, archives, and cultural heritage buildings, with a main focus on air pollution problems.
BANCHE DATI consultazione on line:
Musei e beni culturali – Biblioteca e videoteca Foto – cartoteca Repertori naturalistici
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Medieval Italian Portal.
Complete, up-to-date, mineral database containing 4,255 mineral species descriptions. These data are linked to mineral tables by crystallography, chemical composition, physical and optical properties, Dana classification, Strunz classification, mineral name origins, mineral locality information, and alphabetical listing of all known valid mineral species. There are links to other sources of mineral data available on the WWW.
Web resources on Museology (Reinwardt Academie)
The following is centred on but not entirely limited to the architecture of London, both Historic and contemporary. It is specifically intended for undergraduate students in the Humanities with applied computing programme, Centre for Computing in the Humanities (CCH), King’s College London. It is occasionally maintained.