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Thursday, 19th February 2009
UNESCO Launches Memory of the World Online Survey
From the Announcement:
A general survey on the state of awareness of the Memory of the World Programme has been launched in cooperation with InterPARES in Vancouver, Canada. This survey is intended for library, archives and museum specialists as well as anyone with an interest in preserving documentary heritage. The purpose of this survey is to increase and assess awareness of the Programme and to encourage nominations to the Memory of the World Registers. UNESCO will use the results to the Memory of the World Programme.
Source: Memory of the World / UNESCO
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