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[BKARTS] AATA Online Now Available



Art and Archaeology Technical Abstracts (AATA) is now 
available as AATA Online: Abstracts of International 
Conservation Literature, a free resource at http://aata.getty.edu.  
Please visit this site to search the 36 volumes of Art and 
Archaeology Technical Abstracts and its predecessor, 
IIC Abstracts, published between 1955 and the present.  

The AATA Online staff will be normalizing the data and making enhancements to this site over the next several months.  
By year-end, abstracts from the 20 AATA special supplements 
and almost 2,000 abstracts published between 1932 and 1955 
by the Fogg Art Museum and the Freer Gallery of Art will be 
included as well.  New abstracts will be added quarterly, as 
AATA Online staff work with subject editors and volunteer 
abstractors to expand the breadth, depth, and currency of 
coverage.  

Together with the BCIN database www.bcin.ca, AATA Online
provides professionals with free access to thousands of 
abstracts and bibliographic records related to the conservation 
and management of the world's material cultural heritage.

Please note that AATA Online is currently optimized to run 
with Internet Explorer for both the Mac and the PC.  While 
the database does run with Netscape, functionality is limited.  
AATA Online technical staff are working to resolve the limitations 
posed by the Netscape browser. 

AATA Online is a service of the Getty Conservation Institute 
(GCI) in association with The International Institute for 
Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC).  

If you have questions or need assistance in using the site, 
please contact the AATA Online office at aata@getty.edu .

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