For many years, institutions housing archive, library, and museum (ALM) collections have catalogued their holdings either into specialized software for each area types, or have forced their collection records into systems which do not take into account the cataloging standards of the field those materials represent.
New technology now allows us to rethink the way ALM assets can be catalogued, not only according to professional standards, but in a collaborative environment. Bridging the ALM Divide demonstrates how cataloguing into a collaborative environment enhances research, protects collections, increases access and interpretation and secures professional standards.
This presentation was prepared by Francesco Spagnolo, PhD, Director of Research and Collections, and Perian Sully, Collection Information Manager at The Magnes.
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