The documents published on this site are part of manuscript collections, and photographic prints obtained from the Institute for Research and Socio-Historical Central Brazil (IPEHBC), State Historical Archive of Goiás (GO-AHE), Literary Goiano Office (City of Goiás ) and History and Geography Institute of Goiás (IHGG) and some private collections.
Working with documents provided an unfolding of the research project entitled educational society goiana nineteenth century, funded by the Foundation for Research Support of the State of Goiás (FAPEG) in the period 2007-2011. This work involved the reading procedures, selection, scanning, data entry, classification, description and storage of documents. It was conducted by teachers, students and other professionals involved in the UFG (FE, CIDARQ), UEG (UNU Inhumas, Goianésia UNU) and College Estacio de Sa (GO). For purposes of the official launch of this site, in April 2013, the collection brought together about 867 items divided into four collections, totaling more than 2,500 pages of documents.
It must be said that the Virtual Museum Collection Education in Goiás constitutes as split pioneering initiative of the Faculty of Education at work scanning sources. This work was launched in 2002 and is incorporated herein in a deed of trust of their coordination network that transferred to the custody of this collection of project "Virtual Museum of Education in Goiás."
The network wishes to thank the people represented by the various institutions mentioned here, are responsible for the safekeeping of collections, are those people who provided for the realization of this project actions. We thank the Faculty of Education / UFG for the receipt and continued support to this work, the CIDARQ (Centre for Information, Documentation and Archive / UFG) for valuable technical advice and qualified and, finally, we thank the FAPEG for funding the project, condition essential for the viability of actions that resulted in this product.
The site adopts the network, for classification of its collection, the ICA-AtoM, web application designed to support the archival description in accordance with the standards of the International Council on Archives (ICA). The ICA-AtoM is an acronym for Access to Memory (Memory Access) and is in beta, being subjected to continuous tests.