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SeminarManagement of Central Banks' Documentation, Historical Records and other Components of their Institutional Heritage 2016
  • DATE:
    May 30 to June 1st, 2016, Madrid, Spain.
  • Deadline registration date:
    April 29, 2016.
    CEMLA and Banco de España.
    Documentation management in central banks: Best practices, challenges and opportunities. Paper and electronic files: Between digitalization and document management. Files as institutional heritage: Using and valuing information. The role of historical records in central banks: Source of economic and social history. Documentary heritage at central banks. Recovering funds and unique collections. Heritage dissemination and promotion. Instruments and new technologies.
  • Objective:
    Present and discuss best practices for managing central banks' documentation, understanding that this contributes to increase the efficiency of each institution and to improve the use of their resources.
    Professionals from CEMLA member central banks with knowledge in some of the following fields: documentation and information management, general files or records; historical archives, or any other related to central banking heritage, artistic or numismatic collection, as well as to the museums managed by those institutions.
    Ana Laura Sibaja
    Information Services Manager
    Phone: +52 (55) 5061 6680
    Email: sibaja@cemla.org



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