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  • +Part 4Volunteering inyour Country
  • +Volunteering Resources Institute for Volunteering Research: http://www.ivr.org.uk Volunteering England: http://www.volunteering.org.uk American Association for Museum Volunteers (AAMV):http://www.aamv.org/about-aamv/ Time Bank – Volunteering Stats: http://timebank.org.uk/key-facts Museums Association:http://www.museumsassociation.org/careers/volunteering Volunteering England ‘Good Practice Bank’:http://www.volunteering.org.uk/goodpractice/themes
  • +Bibliography British Association of Friends of Museums (1999) The Handbook for HeritageVolunteer Managers and Administrators. BAFM/Carnegie Trust Da Milano, C. Gibbs, K.and Sani, M. (eds.) (2009) Volunteers in museums and culturalheritage : a European handbook. Ljubljana : Slovenian Museum Association. [Onine]Available at: http://www.amitie.it/voch/VoCH_Final_Publication_EN.pdf Giles H. and Wolfenden, I.(1996) For Love, not Money: the role and organisation ofvolunteers in art galleries and museums. University of Manchester Goodland, S. and McIvor,S. (1998) Museum Volunteers: Good Practice in theManagement of Volunteers. London: Routledge Green, T. and Stuart, M. (1998) The Good Practice Guide for Everyone Who Works withVolunteers. The National Centre for Volunteering, London Heaton, D. (1992) Museums Among Friends: the wider museum community. Museumsand Galleries Commission. HMSO, London Holmes, K. (1999) Changing Times: Volunteering in the Heritage Sector 1984-1999.Voluntary Action 1(2):21-35. Available at:http://www.ivr.org.uk/images/stories/Institute-of-Volunteering-Research/VA-Documents/VA1_2/article2_holmes.pdf IVR (2006) Exhibiting Support... Developing Volunteering in Museums, Institute forVolunteering Research: London. Available at:http://www.ivr.org.uk/images/stories/Institute-of-Volunteering-Research/Migrated-Resources/Documents/E/Exhibiting_Support.pdf
  • +Bibliography IVR (2005) Volunteering in Museums, Libraries and Archives, Institute forVolunteering Research: London IVR (2008) Volunteers in Museums: Key Findings and Issues from theLiterature. [Online] Available at:http://www.baringfoundation.org.uk/litreview.pdf Millar, S (1991) Volunteers in Museums and Heritage Organisations:Policy, Planning and Management. London: HMSO National Centre for Volunteering (2002) Getting it Right from theStart, Volunteer Policies – the Key to Diverse VolunteerInvolvement, National Centre for Volunteering: London Office of Arts and Libraries 1991 Volunteers in Museums and HeritageOrganisations: policy, planning, management. HMSO, London Oomen, J. Aroyo, L. (2011) Crowdsourcing in the Cultural HeritageDomain: Opportunities and Challenges. Wasserman, C. (1990) Protecting Volunteers: guidelines for volunteerorganisers in voluntary and statutory agencies. The VolunteerCentre, Berkhampstead