Guidelines for developing your digital policy and plan.
‘You should have a variety of ways for people to learn. These should help a broad range of people to access your museum and collections, bearing in mind that you’ll need different approaches to engage with different groups.’
(Accreditation standard, November 2018)
This guide provides tips to offer ways of creating partnerships and developing an offer that meets the needs of secondary schools.
This resource provides guidelines for smaller museums on how to provide quality learning services. They can be used as a reference guide, a planning tool or a checklist.
This publication provides information and support on working with objects. The first section of this book explores the background to working with objects. The second part provides a wide variety of games and ideas for museums to use.
These are resources from the Museum Learning Conference: Creative Approaches to Working With Schools. They include presentations on a range of topics.
This guidance is designed to help organisations think about an application to HLF for a project which seeks to achieve the outcome: ‘heritage will be better interpreted and explained’. The good practice in the guidance is drawn from the experience of HLF-funded projects and many others.
These top tips focus on making the most of a team approach to effective interpretation.