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Cultural heritage: the art library cuts across borders in Sweden

  • Kerstin Assarsson-Rizzi (a1)

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Vitterhetsakademiens Library (The Library of the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities) at the Swedish National Heritage Board is a partner in the development of new services in Sweden, both physically at the Library and digitally on the internet. An agreement signed by four partners in September 2007 aimed to strengthen and develop the Library’s services to the research community. In 2005 seven libraries in Stockholm formed a network with the specific aim of improving the quality of library services for research in the humanities. And in 2007 a new internet search service was launched which enables cross searching of major databases that cover various aspects of the Swedish cultural heritage; this includes two databases hosted by the Library. This process of cutting across institutional and sectoral borders has been facilitated by modern technology.

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1. LIBRIS - nationella bibliotekssystem, http://www.kb.se/libris/.
3. VITALIS, Vitterhetsakademiens biblioteks huvudkatalog, http://vitalis.raa.se/F/.
4. Vitterhetsakademiens biblioteks katalog -1974, http://katalog1974.raa.se/.
5. Fornvännen, http://fornvannen.se/.
6. Riksantikvarieämbetets Fornsök, http://www.raa.se/cms/fornsok/start.html.
8. For more information on the study carried out by the Coordinator for the Museum Sector see http://www.sou.gov.se/museikoordinat/index.htm.

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Cultural heritage: the art library cuts across borders in Sweden

  • Kerstin Assarsson-Rizzi (a1)

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