In this session we will review the Spectrum 5.0 Rights management procedure.
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Join our weekly online get-together to chat about a museum topic over your elevenses. This week we’re joined by Helena Jaeschke, Southwest Museum Development Programme, to discuss pests. Are you worried about pests which may have been spreading through the collection during lockdown? Have you found any strange specimens on windowsills or crawling up the […]
Come along to this bitesize online session to discuss how temporary numbers are used and what the reconciliation process might look like for your museum.
Join our weekly online get-together to chat about a museum topic over your elevenses. This week we’re joined by Tamsin Russell, Workforce Development Officer at Museums Association, to discuss ‘collections management skills in a Covid world’. What new skills have you developed during lockdown? What skills might be needed in the longer term? Come along […]
Confused about the difference between policies, plans and procedures?
Suitable for those new to the Spectrum standard, this online session will offer a bitesize introduction.
Museums reproduce objects for many reasons: making copies of physically vulnerable items for conservation reasons; taking photographs to record the condition of items or for identification purposes in case of damage or loss; to help researchers; or for a wide range of public-facing activities. The Spectrum 5.0 Reproduction procedure covers managing and recording the creation […]
10:30-12:00 Collections review 14:00-15:30 Deaccessioning and disposal Collections review enables a museum to improve its understanding of a collection so that it can be used more effectively. Collections reviews are often the first stage of rationalising collections, which can lead to the deaccessioning and disposal of objects. However, there are many other reasons to review […]