In unique ways replicas extend our understanding of the relationships between people, places and things. This resource, from the University of Stirling, aspires to active, evidence-based, research-led heritage futures for replicas in museums and at heritage sites, generating dialogue between collections.
Here you can find further resources to help with the Spectrum procedure Reproduction. For the procedure itself follow this link.
This booklet describes the risks from different copying methods, and explains how these risks can be mitigated. It explains how to select appropriate equipment and determine which method is suitable for which type of material. It will enable organisations to develop policies and procedures for staff and users, which will safeguard collections and prevent unnecessary damage.
Embarking on a digitisation project is an exciting and challenging process, and it is a good idea to ensure that you choose the right partners to work with. This resource outlines things to consider when choosing digitisation partners.
There’s a lot to think about when planning a digitisation project. The clearer you can be about the answers to these questions before you get started, the more likely you are to have a successful project and really useful content.
There is a lot of activity in museums about ‘going digital’ that it can make it confusing to know where to start. Our digital benchmarking toolkit is a free, easy to use tool for auditing your museums digital skills, equipment, activity and needs.
In this instructional video from Museums Australia Victoria, Peta Knott, Project Manager of Victorian Collections, provides a simple and practical guide for small museums wishing to digitise items from their collections.