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Archives of institutions pertaining to private law (56-61) 2.1.1. Stad Mechelen (Ancien Régime) [City of Mechelen (Ancien Régime)].

The institutions are mentioned in a hierarchical manner; the federal archives are listed first, then come the archives of the Communities and the Regions, followed by the universities and the provincial and local archives. Last consultation 16/01/2013, This database contains 3000 death cards and the data of the civil registry (1798-1880).

Literary material hasn’t been included in this list, because it isn’t archival. Again, it is difficult to list these digitalised documents. It can be accessed through the site of the Felixarchive (supra), therefore I have also placed it in this list.

It should be noted that – mainly in Flanders - there are many interesting digitalised books. An important category of digitalised archival sources that are born digital, are the resolutions of the college of the Mayor and the Aldermen (“besluiten van het college van Burgemeester en Schepenen”), 30/08/2011 – present.

What exactly do we mean by “digitalised archival sources”?

It is quite useful to remind ourselves of what the term archive actually means, following a textbook definition, cited in Archiefterminologie voor Nederland en Vlaanderen (2003): “An archive is the sum of archival pieces (“archiefbescheiden”), received or created by a person, a group of persons or an organisation.”[4] An archival piece (“archiefstuk”) is defined as “[a] document, regardless of its form, destined by its nature to remain in the keeping of the person, group of persons or organisation which has received it or drafted it as a result of the functioning or the tasks of that person/group/organisation, or to uphold the rights of said person/group/organisation.”[5] Similarly, the Project Group on Terminology of the International Council on Archives defines “archives” as “[t]he documents created or received and accumulated by a person or organization in the course of the conduct of affairs, and preserved because of their continuing value.”[6] In this sense, I haven’t included published primary sources, such as books, newspapers, etc.

c=&l=A ; Erfgoedbibliotheek Hendrik Conscience [Heritage Library Hendrik Conscience], Artesis Hogeschool [Artesis School of Higher Education], Last consultation 21/12/2012, The original manuscript of the war journal of V. Last consultation 21/12/2012, Remarks: This site – a part of dr. Bloemlezing originele archiefteksten [Selection of original archival texts]. Last consultation 28/12/2012, Remarks: LIAS contains many online archival documents, mainly relating to the collection of the Catholic University of Leuven (KUL).

It is also useful to make the distinction between documents that are born digital, and those that are born again digital ; in the first case, the information was created as a digital document. Loveling (Flemish author, 1836-1923) is in the collection of Ghent University. Van Raemdock’s dissertation - contains letters of the members of the Flemish literary movement that published the journal “Van Nu en Straks” (late 19 century). Last consultation 3/01/2013, These archival documents are interesting and sometimes humorous texts concerning the history of the University of Ghent. Collectie Universiteitsarchief Gent [Collection Ghent University Archives]. Hundreds of pieces can be consulted, from Medieval times to the present day.

We haven’t got sufficient financial means for the creation of the infrastructure which is necessary for the long-term conservation of digital documents. Karel Velle, director general of the State Archives, stated that because of the technological developments in recent decades, several problems concerning digitalisation of historic archives in Belgium have to be recognised;[1] So far, the digitalisation process hasn’t been implemented in a coordinated manner and there are many different digitalisation strategies. Nonetheless, the path of digitalising these primary sources is not an easy one. RAEDSCHELDERS, Master of Arts in History (VUB - Free University of Brussels), January-February 2013. Archives of the federated entities (Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels) (12-16) 1.2.1. Collaborative projects of different organisations (17-21) 1.3.2. We have chosen to draft this list, using the distinction between “public” and “private” archives. Archives of universities and collaborative projects of universities with other organisations (17-29) 1.3.1. The websites mentioned in this record are listed under the name of the archival institution.

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