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Vbf>Museums, Libraries, and Archives:Summer Institute for Knowledge Sharing


Birgitta Modigh <[log in to unmask]>


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         Vbf>Museums, Libraries, and Archives:Summer Institute 98-10-29 09:52:57
Vidarebefordrar en intressant kursinbjudan. Hälsningar från
Birgitta Modigh
Statens kulturråd

Datum: 98-10-29 16.51
Från: Sophie
The Getty Information Institute in association with
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA),

Museums, Libraries, and Archives:
Summer Institute for Knowledge Sharing

August 2-6, 1999

This five-day course will provide an intensive forum for exploring
cutting-edge theories and practical applications in the field of
cultural heritage information management and knowledge-sharing by
museums, libraries, archives, and other cultural heritage institutions.
Lectures, panel sessions, and workshops will take place at both the new
Getty Center and on the UCLA campus.

Plenary lectures and panel sessions will address broad issues such as:

* The changing roles of cultural heritage organizations in contemporary
* The power and pitfalls of technology to help institutions communicate
widely with audiences
* Creative collaboration between cultural heritage information managers
and content specialists
* New models of cooperation between museums, libraries, archives, and
educational institutions

Special-interest workshops will cover best practices in areas such as:

* Information management and knowledge sharing
* Organizing and disseminating data and images
* Curatorship and education: issues, strategies, and techniques related
to new technologies

Several evening excursions will take participants to cultural
institutions in the Los Angeles area.

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for professionals in museums, libraries, and
archives who have or expect to have responsibility for using information
systems for collections management, research, educational, and public
programming. Because of the emphasis on team approaches to work across
departmental and institutional boundaries, we encourage information
managers and content specialists, including registrars, librarians,
archivists, curators, and educators, to attend.


Brochures and registration forms will be available by December 1, 1998.
Registration fees include instruction, handout materials, transportation
between venues, lunches, and any specially scheduled receptions. Fees
do not include air transportation, airport transfers, rental cars, hotel
accommodations, or dinners. Accommodations will be identified to match
every budget.

Participant fees: $425 (before May 1, 1999)
  $500 (after May 1, 1999)

Graduate student fees: $225 (before May 1, 1999)
(Copy of full-time student ID required) $300 (after May 1, 1999)

Contact Information

 Madi Weland, Project Associate
 Getty Information Institute
 1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 300
 Los Angeles, CA 90049-1680
 (310) 440-6664 (tel)
 (310) 440-7715 (fax)
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 Lynn Boyden
 Graduate School of Library and Information Science
 Moore Hall
 University of California, Los Angeles
 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1520
 (310) 825-8799 (tel)
 (310) 206-3076 (fax)
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