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Memory of the World Programme



GENERAL GUIDELINES TO SAFEGUARD DOCUMENTARY HERITAGE

CONTENT:
  1. Introduction
  2. Scope of the Programme
  3. Programme Management
  4. Memory of the World Register
  5. Selection for the Register
  6. Memory of the World Projects
  7. Preservation
  8. Access and Distribution
  9. Awareness Raising
  10. Monitoring
  11. Changes to the General Guidelines
APPENDICES
  • Appendix A: Transitional Arrangements
  • Appendix B: Memory of the World Register - Nomination Form
  • Appendix C: Indicative List of Factors to be
    included in Grant Application
  • Appendix D: Technical aspects of Preservation
    Recommendations of the Sub-Committee on Technology
  • Appendix E: Questions relating to Digitizing Material
  • Appendix F: List of Issues to be Resolved with the Owner
    and Custodian of Documentary Heritage
  • Appendix G: Glossary and Acronyms
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY

Prepared for UNESCO, on behalf of IFLA, byStephen Foster and Roslyn Russel,
Australian Heritage Projects
Jan Lyall, National Library of Australia
Duncan Marshall

Original: English November 1995
CII-95/WS/11

General Information Programme and UNISIST - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

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