This template documentation procedural manual can be used simply as a guide as to what to include, or can be copied and used as a template. It may be useful if you are preparing a documentation procedural manual for Accreditation.
The Archaeological Recording Kit (ARK) is an open-source, standards-compliant tool for recording archaeological data and making it available on the web.
This code of practice aims to give museums and galleries guidance on administering their archives in accordance with professional standards.
This webinar explores how museum and gallery services have approached the specification, implementation and updating of their Collections Management System systems. This formed part of a project by Edinburgh Museums and Galleries to review their requirements for a CMS to replace an existing outmoded system.
This resource is a Welsh language version of the Collections Trust template Documentation Procedural Manual. It can be used simply as a guide as to what to include, or can be copied and used as a template.
As part of Edinburgh Museums and Galleries’ project to review their requirements for a CMS to replace their existing outmoded system, an online survey was conducted to find out how other museum and gallery services have approached the specification, implementation and updating of their systems. The findings of this survey are available in this report.
This Position Statement has been published by the Collections Trust in response to requests received from English museums relating to the transfer of ownership of collections information (‘documentation’) during the transition from Local Authority support to independent Trust status.