Arts and Recreation

Categories for the Description of Works of Art

"CDWA is a set of guidelines for the description of art, architecture, and other cultural works. CDWA also provides a framework to which existing art information systems may be mapped, upon which new systems may be developed, or upon which data may be linked in an open environment. CDWA is mapped to the Cultural Objects Name Authority (CONA) and CIDOC CRM."

Sibelius-Akatemian kirjojen luokitus

Konstuniversitetets bibliotek erbjuder undervisning i informationssökning och informationsanskaffning (informationsläskunnighet) för universitetets studerande och personal. Utöver undervisning erbjuds även individuell handledning som man kan boka hos informatikern vid det egna akademibiblioteket.

Bibliotekets kundtjänst ger handledning i användningen av biblioteket och i materialsökning. Man kan ställa frågor både till kundtjänstpersonalen och via e-­post, eller boka tid hos informatikern.

University libraries offer information search and information literacy teaching for their students and staff. In addition to study-related teaching, individual instruction is also available and can be booked from the information specialists of the academy libraries.

The library staff provides customer guidance for using the library and searching for material. You can ask for advice from the library’s customer service or by email. Detailed questions concerning information acquisition or thesis writing can be discussed in a private information specialist meeting.

Principes de Classement des Documents Musicaux

"Les principes de classement des documents musicaux, souvent abrégées en PCDM, sont un système de classification musicale développé dans les bibliothèques publiques en France depuis 1983, spécialement pour les collections de documents en lien avec la musique. Le schéma de cette classification correspond mieux aux préoccupations du public que la classification décimale de Dewey."

"The principles for classifying musical documents, often abbreviated to PCDM, are a musical classification system developed in public libraries in France since 1983, especially for collections of music-related documents. Public concern than Dewey's decimal classification. "

Classification of Mechanical Puzzles

"A puzzle should be classified by the problem that its designer intended the solver to encounter whilst attempting to solve it. In the case of a 3D interlocking assembly in the form of a cage with a ball in the centre: the fact that the instructions request the would-be solver to 'remove the ball' does not change the 3D assembly into an opening puzzle. The disassembly and/or reassembly of the cage remains the primary function of the puzzle. An interlocking puzzle should be classified according to its interior construction, rather than its outward appearance (e.g.

Tesauro Turístico Argentino

"Este vocabulario presenta la organización conceptual del turismo en la Argentina y en particular la visión que se ofrece desde el Ministerio de Turismo de la Nación. Permite la navegación por su estructura evidenciando relaciones lógico-semánticas entre los términos."

"This vocabulary presents the conceptual organization of tourism in Argentina and in particular the vision that is offered by the Ministry of Tourism of the Nation, allowing navigation through its structure evidencing logical-semantic relationships between the terms."

Suomalainen esityskokoonpanosanasto

"Suomalainen esityskokoonpanosanasto (SEKO) on yksikielinen musiikin esityskokoonpanot kattava sanasto. Sanasto on tarkoitettu käytettäväksi nuotti- ja av-aineiston sisältämien sävellysten esityskokoonpanojen täsmälliseen indeksointiin ja tiedonhakuun.

"The Finnish Presentation Composition (SEKO) is a single-language vocabulary covering music presentations. The vocabulary is intended for accurate indexing and retrieval of compositional compositions in the notes and avs.
The vocabulary is primarily intended for use in the presentation of a presentation set in the MARC 21 bibliographic records and authority records field 382 but may also be used in the artist's remarks (in MARC 21 bibliographic records field 511). The glossary is available in both the RDA description guidelines and the old Finnish inventory rules.


" is a collaborative project dedicated to defining the intellectual concepts of pottery following the tenets of linked open data and the formulation of an ontology for representing and sharing ceramic data across disparate data systems. While the project is focused primarily on the definition of concepts within Greek black- and red-figure pottery, is extensible toward the definition of concepts in other fields of pottery studies."