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Conservation Bulletin 51

Front cover for Conservation Bulletin 51

This issue of Conservation Bulletin focuses on the electronic revolution and its impact on heritage.

Contents

  • The Electronic Revolution p2
  • Increasing Efficiency p4
  • Efficiency and IT p4
  • Culture change in planning p6
  • PARSOL p7
  • e-conservation? p8
  • The amenity societies p10
  • Developing Effectiveness p12
  • Developing Information Resources p12
  • MAGIC p14
  • The Planning Portal p15
  • webGIS p15
  • Unlocking Essex’s heritage p16
  • Listed Buildings Online p17
  • biab online p19
  • Encouraging Engagement p20
  • Encouraging People to Engage p20
  • Heritage Gateway p22
  • Images of England p23
  • HELM p24
  • OASIS p26
  • The Archaeology Data Service p27
  • Fostering Enjoyment p28
  • Access for All p28
  • The digital NMR p30
  • Somerset’s online HER p31
  • The 24 Hour Museum p31
  • The National Archives online p32
  • Mass access via the web p34
  • The Building Exploratory p35
  • Museums, Libraries & Archives p36
  • News p38
  • The National Monuments Record p40
  • Legal Developments p42
  • New Publications p43

Additional Information

  • Series: Conservation Bulletin
  • Publication Status: Completed

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