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AATA Online, formerly the Art and Archaeology Technical Abstracts, has published its most recent quarterly update in January 2008. The update contains a list of the publications that have been abstracted between October 2007 and January 2008, and shows how many articles have been abstracted from each publication. AATA online has recently added new publications to its core coverage of 150 titles. Following a recent review of these core titles, AATA has commissioned volunteer conservation students to fill in gaps in its abstract database. The website has also reorganised its classification categories to reflect current practice. AATA Online is produced by the Getty Conservation Institute in association with IIC and ICCROM and is supported partly by volunteer assistance. It replaced the print version of AATA in 2002 and now has a searchable online database.