The procedural manual is a widely recognised device for expressing and communicating a museum’s policy and practice. It should include reference to the standards the museum uses for collecting information about museum objects.
The resource describes how to develop and maintain a procedural manual, and what it might contain.
- What is a documentation procedural manual?
- Why is a documentation procedural manual important?
- Spectrum 5.0 and Museum Accreditation
- What might a documentation procedural manual contain?
- What format is suitable for a documentation procedural manual?
Please note, this resource has been re-formatted in 2019, with some minor rewording for clarification. The content otherwise remains the same as the version published in 2018.
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