Managing Conservation in Museums (e-bok)
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258
Utgivningsdatum
2012-06-25
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2 Rev ed
Förlag
Taylor and Francis
ISBN
9781136385544
Managing Conservation in Museums (e-bok)

Managing Conservation in Museums (e-bok)

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Explaining and critically reviewing management procedures such as performance indicators and strategic planning, this book shows how techniques from mainstream management can be used to facilitate a holistic and professional approach to the business of conservation and collection preservation. It offers practical guidance on strategy, quantitative planning and condition surveying, and presents many solutions to the challenges faced by museum staff and conservation specialists.This new edition takes into account changes such as the arrival of the Heritage Lottery Fund, policies for access and the growing convergence of museums, libraries and archives. It also highlights the advent of digital collections and the use of information and communications technology.
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Review of previous edition: 'Every conservation department should have a copy, and most conservation managers will find themselves dipping into it again and again after they have read it through once.' Studies in Conservation

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1. Introduction, 2. Museums and Collections, 3. Management Information, 4. Management Tools: quantitative planning, 5. Management Tools: options and priorities, 6. A systems view, 7. The Preservation System, 8. Information for Preservation, 9. Collections condition, 10. Directions and Strategies, 11. Planning and Monitoring Work, 12. Digital Preservation, 14. Future, Past, Present.