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This section presents the logic model for Activity 1.2 that was developed in a workshop held with senior staff members of LAC's DHC, including the ADM of the Sector and the Directors General of the CASC Branch, PH Branch and the Care of Collection Branch.
The Sub Activities and Sub-sub Activities of Activity 1.2 are described in Section 2.0 of this report. These were derived from LAC's PAA, and were not subject to review or revision at the workshops that were held during the development of this RMAF. Outputs related to Sub-Activities:
The outputs feed into immediate outcomes. LAC selecting and acquiring documents and managing International Standard Number are expected to result in the capture and identifications of Canadian publications and the LAC collection being representative of the Canadian society. LAC creating and adapting descriptions, national bibliography, and databases of holdings is expected to result in the sharing with LAC partners and clients of quality and consistent descriptions. Items stored, treated, copied and migrated are expected to result in the long-term preservation of LAC collection Outputs feed into immediate outcomes.
Activity 1.2 has the ultimate outcome of collecting, describing and safeguarding LAC collection for present and future Canadians. The outcome is not only geared toward Canadians, but includes those with an interest in Canada. All of the intermediate outcomes in the logic model contribute to this ultimate outcome.
Logic Model for
Managing the Documentary Heritage of Interest to Canada
Text equivalent for the chart above, Logic Model for Managing the Documentary Heritage of Interest to Canada:
Documentary heritage is collected, described and safeguarded for present and future Canadians
Analogue and digital documentary heritage
188.8.131.52 Gov records
184.108.40.206 Others doc materials
Descriptions, National bibliographies, databases and Numerical identification systems
220.127.116.11 Doc Materials
18.104.22.168 Descriptive standards
22.214.171.124 Issuance of identification numbers (New)
126.96.36.199 Creating and maintaining national databases (New)
Items stored, treated, copied and migrated
1.2.3 Care of Collection (Preserving and copying documentary heritage collection)
188.8.131.52 Collection management
184.108.40.206 Preservation treatment
220.127.116.11 Preservation copying
* We used 'LAC collection' terminology in order to avoid using different names for the same thing: LAC's DH collection or LAC's Canadian DH collection
** National databases and Canadian agency for ISN included in 1.2.2
18.104.22.168 Other documentary material
22.214.171.124 Canadian agency for international standard numbers