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What impact willUniversity museums   in 2020?have
THEY SAID I HAD TO BEPROVOCATIVE(awfully sorry)
University Museums as   Trophies                        (in a global education market)
The fortunes of University Museums are indivisible         from the fortunes of Universities
“The traditionaluniversity model is the analogue of the print newspaper…15 years  max, you’ve got the   transformation.”Un...
“The transmission of knowledge need  no longer be tethered to a collegecampus. The technical affordances of    cloud-based...
But I think we can be   optimistic
DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION                                           5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES        ...
DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION                                           5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES        ...
DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION                                           5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES        ...
DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION                                           5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES        ...
DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION                                           5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES        ...
DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION                                           5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES        ...
Universities have to adapt to survive…The impact of University Museums will depend on how,and to what extent, they support...
3 possible responseSTRATEGIES…               FOCUS ON THE STREAMLINED                    RADICAL                NICHE & TH...
SUPPORTING DIMINISHED RESEARCH ACTIVITYA MORE FOCUSSED TEACHING AGENDA                                            UNIVERSI...
‘TROPHY’ INSTITUTIONSENHANCING GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS                                               UNIVERSITYVERY RESTRIC...
“There will be 15-20 independent,‘TROPHY’ INSTITUTIONS                      global brands … the rest will be playing      ...
‘TROPHY’ INSTITUTIONSENHANCING GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS                                               UNIVERSITYVERY RESTRIC...
A FUNCTION, NOT A PLACE‘CURATING’ KNOWLEDGE FOR STUDENTS                                          UNIVERSITY              ...
THE RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR UNIVERSITY IS ASYMBIOSIS(you may not have the luxury of choice)
What impact willUniversity museums   in 2020?have
THANKYOU!Nick Poole, CEOCollections Trustwww.collectionslink.org.uk@NickPoole1
The Impact of University Museums in 2020
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  1. 1. What impact willUniversity museums in 2020?have
  2. 2. THEY SAID I HAD TO BEPROVOCATIVE(awfully sorry)
  3. 3. University Museums as Trophies (in a global education market)
  4. 4. The fortunes of University Museums are indivisible from the fortunes of Universities
  5. 5. “The traditionaluniversity model is the analogue of the print newspaper…15 years max, you’ve got the transformation.”University Vice-Chancellor
  6. 6. “The transmission of knowledge need no longer be tethered to a collegecampus. The technical affordances of cloud-based computing, digitaltextbooks, mobile connectivity, high-quality streaming video, and “just-in- time” information gathering havepushed vast amounts of knowledge to the “placeless” Web.” Pew Internet Research
  7. 7. But I think we can be optimistic
  8. 8. DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION 5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES DRIVERS FOR CHANGE INGLOBAL MOBILITY UNIVERSITIESINTEGRATION WITH INDUSTRY Source: Ernst & Young ‘University of the Future’
  9. 9. DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION 5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES DRIVERS FOR CHANGE INGLOBAL MOBILITY UNIVERSITIESINTEGRATION WITH INDUSTRY Source: Ernst & Young ‘University of the Future’
  10. 10. DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION 5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES DRIVERS FOR CHANGE INGLOBAL MOBILITY UNIVERSITIESINTEGRATION WITH INDUSTRY Source: Ernst & Young ‘University of the Future’
  11. 11. DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION 5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES DRIVERS FOR CHANGE INGLOBAL MOBILITY UNIVERSITIESINTEGRATION WITH INDUSTRY Source: Ernst & Young ‘University of the Future’
  12. 12. DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION 5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES DRIVERS FOR CHANGE INGLOBAL MOBILITY UNIVERSITIESINTEGRATION WITH INDUSTRY Source: Ernst & Young ‘University of the Future’
  13. 13. DEMOCRATISATION OF KNOWLEDGEMARKET COMPETITION 5 KEYDIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES DRIVERS FOR CHANGE INGLOBAL MOBILITY UNIVERSITIESINTEGRATION WITH INDUSTRY Source: Ernst & Young ‘University of the Future’
  14. 14. Universities have to adapt to survive…The impact of University Museums will depend on how,and to what extent, they support this adaptation
  15. 15. 3 possible responseSTRATEGIES… FOCUS ON THE STREAMLINED RADICAL NICHE & THE STATUS QUO INNOVATION ELITE
  16. 16. SUPPORTING DIMINISHED RESEARCH ACTIVITYA MORE FOCUSSED TEACHING AGENDA UNIVERSITYREDUCTION IN ‘BACK OFFICE’ MUSEUMS & THE STATUS QUOENHANCING THE UNIVERSITY’S BRAND UNIVERSITYENHANCING THE STUDENT/CAMPUS EXPERIENCE
  17. 17. ‘TROPHY’ INSTITUTIONSENHANCING GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS UNIVERSITYVERY RESTRICTED RESEARCH ROLE MUSEUMS & THE ELITE UNIVERSITYA PRESTIGE VENUECOLLECTIONS SUPPORT DIFFERENTIATION/NICHE
  18. 18. “There will be 15-20 independent,‘TROPHY’ INSTITUTIONS global brands … the rest will be playing for the silver medal.”ENHANCING GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS UNIVERSITYVERY RESTRICTED RESEARCH ROLE MUSEUMS & THE ELITE UNIVERSITYA PRESTIGE VENUECOLLECTIONS SUPPORT DIFFERENTIATION/NICHE
  19. 19. ‘TROPHY’ INSTITUTIONSENHANCING GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS UNIVERSITYVERY RESTRICTED RESEARCH ROLE MUSEUMS & THE ELITE UNIVERSITYA PRESTIGE VENUECOLLECTIONS SUPPORT DIFFERENTIATION/NICHE
  20. 20. A FUNCTION, NOT A PLACE‘CURATING’ KNOWLEDGE FOR STUDENTS UNIVERSITY MUSEUMS & THEADDING DEPTH/INTEGRITY TO ONLINE RADICALLY INNOVATIVEPUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS UNIVERSITYMOVING AWAY FROM OBJECT-BASED CULTURE
  21. 21. THE RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR UNIVERSITY IS ASYMBIOSIS(you may not have the luxury of choice)
  22. 22. What impact willUniversity museums in 2020?have
  23. 23. THANKYOU!Nick Poole, CEOCollections Trustwww.collectionslink.org.uk@NickPoole1
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