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Letter to the editor

Letter to the editor scope of the Cataloguing Module. Although the Catalogu- be built in for vacations, sick time, and even resignations. ing Module does include facilities for passively recording Each step must be tested in isolation before being in- collections management activities (to allow institutions tegrated with others and all the technology needs to be who need only this level of sophistication to have a com- prototyped. But that doesn't mean that these projects are prehensive system at a reasonable cost) it is specifically necessarily research and development. Quite the con- stated in our brochure that these do rtot actively manage trary. The ease of blocking out the tasks that need to be and control these procedures. Acquisition, Exhibitions, done is a consequence of its having been done by many Loans and Conservation Condition & Treatment proce- others. dures are in the realm of the complementary Collections Management Module which will be released late 1993 and When we enter the bleeding edge (a place not to be if these will use COLLECTION's unique Procedural Con- you have a short time schedule and an expectation to trol tool (with enhancements) which you have previously deliver) is when we seek to manage data using http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives and Museum Informatics Springer Journals

Letter to the editor

Archives and Museum Informatics , Volume 7 (2): 1 – Jun 1, 1993

Letter to the editor

Abstract

scope of the Cataloguing Module. Although the Catalogu- be built in for vacations, sick time, and even resignations. ing Module does include facilities for passively recording Each step must be tested in isolation before being in- collections management activities (to allow institutions tegrated with others and all the technology needs to be who need only this level of sophistication to have a com- prototyped. But that doesn't mean that these projects are prehensive system at a...
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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
1993 Archives & Museum Informatics
ISSN
1042-1467
eISSN
1573-7500
DOI
10.1007/BF02770679
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Abstract

scope of the Cataloguing Module. Although the Catalogu- be built in for vacations, sick time, and even resignations. ing Module does include facilities for passively recording Each step must be tested in isolation before being in- collections management activities (to allow institutions tegrated with others and all the technology needs to be who need only this level of sophistication to have a com- prototyped. But that doesn't mean that these projects are prehensive system at a reasonable cost) it is specifically necessarily research and development. Quite the con- stated in our brochure that these do rtot actively manage trary. The ease of blocking out the tasks that need to be and control these procedures. Acquisition, Exhibitions, done is a consequence of its having been done by many Loans and Conservation Condition & Treatment proce- others. dures are in the realm of the complementary Collections Management Module which will be released late 1993 and When we enter the bleeding edge (a place not to be if these will use COLLECTION's unique Procedural Con- you have a short time schedule and an expectation to trol tool (with enhancements) which you have previously deliver) is when we seek to manage data using

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Archives and Museum InformaticsSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 1, 1993

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