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The importance of updating information. The "Proyecto de Actualización y Digitalización de las Cédulas del Registro Público"

Author(s): Nancy Dominguez

Year: 2017

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Summary

In 2010 the "Sistema Único de Registro de Monumentos y Zonas Arqueológicos e Históricos" was

developed to face the need of having a modern and strong technological support capable to

cover the legal, academic and institutional aspects that the Public Registry required as a fundamental area of the Institution. It has the duty to guarantee information for query and monitoring activities about federal and particular monuments involved in the system.

Due to the vast universe of information which have been gathered by INAH from its foundation in 1939, to our days, and after the Federal Supreme Audit, the government seeks to incorporate the accumulated data of movable goods to "Sistema Único de Registro Público de Monumentos y Zonas Arqueológicos e Históricos" before its creation with the purpose of standardizing all records, updating the information, safekeeping and location, as well the verification of the collections.

In this paper, I´ll present the guidelines, procedures and preliminary results of "Proyecto de Actualización y Digitalización de las Cédulas del Registro Público", stressing the importance of this contribution in our workplace.


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The importance of updating information. The "Proyecto de Actualización y Digitalización de las Cédulas del Registro Público". Nancy Dominguez. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 431851)


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min long: -107.271; min lat: 12.383 ; max long: -86.353; max lat: 23.08 ;

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Abstract Id(s): 15216

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America