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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Museolog’ is a web-driven software system for cataloging museum information

Info courtesy: FN: Frederick Noronha’s blog


Museolog’ is a web-driven software system for cataloging museum information. It is an advanced tool for museum records management, based on the international standards. It was developed by EUROCLID within UNESCO HeritageNet project, and localised by the non-governmental organisations Open Systems. Using this software, initial functions of input and editing of museum catalogues are provided what has been described as “a modern intuitive graphical interface using forms and menus.” continue reading

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