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Managing Conservation in Museums

By: S Keene
258 pages, Figs, tabs
Managing Conservation in Museums
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  • Managing Conservation in Museums ISBN: 9780750656030 Edition: 2 Paperback Jun 2002 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
Price: £54.99
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About this book

Aims to show conservators and other professionals in museums and libraries that professional management information can be as useful to them as their own specialist expertise.


1. Introduction, 2. Museums and Collections, 3. Management Information, 4. Management Tools: quantitative planning, 5. Management Tools: options and priorities, 6. A systems view, 7. The Preservation System, 8. Information for Preservation, 9. Collections condition, 10. Directions and Strategies, 11. Planning and Monitoring Work, 12. Digital Preservation, 14. Future, Past, Present.

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Suzanne Keene was Head of Collections Management, Science Museum, London until becoming an independent consultant and lecturer.
By: S Keene
258 pages, Figs, tabs
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Review of previous edition: 'Every conservation department should have a copy, and most conservation managers will find themselves dipping into it again and again after they have read it through once.' Studies in Conservation
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