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Celebrating the partnership

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Joint presentation by NIck Poole, CEO of the Collections Trust and Jane Robinson, Head of Museum Development at Museums Galleries Scotland at the CT / MGS partnership event in Edinburgh on 2 March …

Joint presentation by NIck Poole, CEO of the Collections Trust and Jane Robinson, Head of Museum Development at Museums Galleries Scotland at the CT / MGS partnership event in Edinburgh on 2 March 2010.

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  • 1. COLLECTIONS TRUST - MUSEUMS GALLERIES SCOTLAND CELEBRATING OUR PARTNERSHIP 2 March 2010 Nick Poole [email_address] Jane Robinson [email_address]
  • 2.
    • Prior to March 2008, SMC:
    • Invested in MDA’s development of SPECTRUM standard
    • Invested in core provision of MDA’s advice and support
    • Paid subscriptions for members to join MDA/CT(2005-6)
    • Commissioned MDA to ‘Scotland-proof’ on-line resource (2007)
    • Commissioned documentation training courses (2007)
    The partnership – a historic perspective
  • 3.
    • Member services
    • Influence and information, through the relationship
    • Alignment of priorities, saves duplication
    • Wider audiences for our advisory resources
    • Opportunities for members
    The partnership now – its value to MGS
  • 4.
    • From Documentation to Collections Management
    • From advice to supporting & networking the community
    • Delivering the joint PAS197 with the BSI
    • Building on the success of Collections Link
    • Helping shape strategy around next-generation Digital services
    • Working in partnership across all sectors
    Key developments for Collections Trust
  • 5.
    • Looking to a future of hybrid physical/digital services
    • Helping the sector manage knowledge & User Generated Content as an asset
    • Delivering public value and enhancing efficiency through better Collections Management
    • Addressing barriers, incl. copyright & business models
    • Learning from related sectors and industries
    Key developments for Collections Trust
  • 6.
    • Connects us to an active & dynamic Scottish community
    • Drives knowledge of needs and priorities in the sector
    • Provides access to expertise
    • Enables us to build the strategic case for Collections Management
    The value of the Partnership to the Collections Trust
  • 7.
    • International
    • Connections and networks
    • Expertise and learning
    • Cross-domain (museums libraries and archives)
    The partnership now – its value to the Scottish museums sector
  • 8.
    • Increase access to relevant advice for practitioners
    • Increase uptake of advice by electronic means
    • Increase engagement with the Revisiting Collections methodology
    • Encourage Scottish groups to network electronically using SSN
    • Connect
    • Encourage engagement with the PAS Code of Practice for
    • Collections Management
    • Maintain SPECTRUM and continue to promote its use.
    • Enable MGS’s members (both individually and collectively) to take
    • part in UK and international digital projects and programmes
    A shared vision, aim and objectives
  • 9. Any questions? Finally...