In 2005, the ICCROM-GCI course, Architectural Records, Inventories, and Information Systems for Conservation (ARIS05) was held from March 30 to April 29, 2005 in Rome.
The course aimed to improve architectural conservation practice through the use of methods and tools for recording, documentation, inventories, and information management. It did this by approaching architectural records and information management through several key areas:
- examining it from the point of view of planning, practice, access, and dissemination;
- reviewing the theory of documentation its relation to specific situations;
- addressing recording practice based on specific case studies;
- promoting discussion among specialists in these fields; and
- enabling participants to transmit documentation knowledge, aptitudes, and skills.
Fourteen participants from fourteen countries participated in ARIS05.
Last updated: November 2009