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Presentation to the Swedish Samlingsforum on the subject of 'Good Collections Management'.

Presentation to the Swedish Samlingsforum on the subject of 'Good Collections Management'.

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    Great Museums need good Collections Management Great Museums need good Collections Management Presentation Transcript

    • Great Museums need good Collections Management Nick Poole Chief Executive, Collections Trust Chair, Europeana Network
    • • All of these slides are online at http://www.slideshare.net/nickpoole • For more information on today’s presentation, visit http://www.collectionslink.org.uk • Join us at our annual conference & standards meeting: http://www.collectionslink.org.uk/openculture2014 • Follow us on twitter @NickPoole1 and @Collectiontrust
    • Tack för inbjudan till Samlingsforum!
    • Tack för inbjudan till Samlingsforum! (Hans svenska är hemsk och jag har ingen lust att förolämpa din vackra språk)
    • What does a ’great museum’ mean to you?
    • Think back to the moment you discovered you wanted to work in museums.
    • When you think of the reason why you work in museums, how does it make you feel?
    • That’s what great museums feel like to everyone
    • What kind of museum professional are you?
    • Objects Experiences Facts Stories
    • Objects Facts Experiences “Our first duties are to collect, conserve and display material culture, to protect the nation’s treasures and to showcase the high points of human creativity” Narratives
    • Objects “Our first duty is to create an open, welcoming environment in which people can come and enjoy the experience of beautiful, inspiring things” Facts Experiences Stories
    • “It is not the objects Objects themselves, but the connections between them and the stories they can tell. Our duty is to weave stories and objects together to help people understand the world around them” Facts Experiences Stories
    • Objects Facts “Our first duty is to provide an Experiences authoritative record of the development of the natural and man-made world. We must collect and preserve type specimens and objects based on our authoritative and scientific knowledge.” Narratives
    • Objects Experiences Facts Stories
    • Great museums use good Collections Management to bring objects, experiences, facts and stories together to create moments of wonder.
    • So what is ’a collection’...?
    • Physical Physical Collections Collections
    • Physical Physical Collections Collections Administrative Administrative Information Information
    • Physical Physical Collections Collections Administrative Administrative Information Information CollectionsCollectionsbased based Knowledge Knowledge
    • Physical Physical Collections Collections Administrative Administrative Information Information CollectionsCollectionsbased based Knowledge Knowledge Narratives Narratives
    • Physical Physical Collections Collections Digital Digital Assets Assets Administrative Administrative Information Information CollectionsCollectionsbased based Knowledge Knowledge Narratives Narratives
    • Physical Physical Collections Collections Physical Physical surrogates surrogates (3D print) (3D print) Digital Digital Assets Assets Administrative Administrative Information Information CollectionsCollectionsbased based Knowledge Knowledge Narratives Narratives
    • Physical Physical Collections Collections Physical Physical surrogates surrogates (3D print) (3D print) iall mater e mater ia f th e th nature o f trusts us to ature o s to The n The ty trusts u e ffor cie ty e Administrative whiich so ci e and car e or Administrative wh ch so g e and car ag ll Information collllect,, man a Information co ect man yond a ll beyond a ed be chang d n as chan ge itiion...... h as h recogn it o recogn CollectionsCollectionsbased based Knowledge Knowledge Narratives Narratives Digital Digital Assets Assets
    • BSI PAS 197 BSI PAS 198 ACCREDITATION BENCHMARKS PDF/XML/PRINT + SCHEMA GUIDANCE NEW IDEAS COMPLIANCE (23,000) WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY (7,600)
    • Users Funders Politicians
    • Users Funders Organisational Mission Politicians
    • Users Funders Organisational Mission Collecting Policy Politicians
    • Users Funders Politicians Organisational Mission Collecting Policy Care Learn Develop Use
    • Users Funders Politicians Organisational Mission Collecting Policy Care Learn Develop Use People Systems Procedures Information
    • Users Funders Politicians Organisational Mission Collecting Policy Care Learn Develop Use People Systems Procedures Information Evaluation & improvement
    • Users Funders Politicians Organisational Mission Collecting Policy Care Learn Develop Use People Systems Procedures Information Evaluation & improvement  Open, participatory, seamlessly physical, digital, intellectual and emotional experiences for our users
    • Users Funders Politicians Organisational Mission Collecting Policy Care Learn Develop Use People Systems Procedures Information Evaluation & improvement Rich online and offline experiences for users
    • Anatomy of Collections Management Collecting Policy People Systems Procedures Information
    • Anatomy of SPECTRUM People Procedures Information Collections & collections-related knowledge Systems
    • BSI PAS 197 BSI PAS 198 ACCREDITATION BENCHMARKS PDF/XML/PRINT + SCHEMA GUIDANCE NEW IDEAS COMPLIANCE (23,000) WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY (7,600)
    • Good Collections Management, as set out in SPECTRUM, is at the heart of delivering great museums. It allows us to be open and accountable in our work, while preparing our museums for the challenges of today and tomorrow.
    • Stora museer behöver God samlingsforvaltning Tack för er uppmärksamhet!
    • • All of these slides are online at http://www.slideshare.net/nickpoole • For more information on today’s presentation, visit http://www.collectionslink.org.uk • Join us at our annual conference & standards meeting: http://www.collectionslink.org.uk/openculture2014 • Follow us on twitter @NickPoole1 and @Collectiontrust