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1997 November
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  • Interactives: popular but unproven?
    Interactive exhibits have a broad appeal, but what is their role in the learning process? It's time, says Barbara Reid, for some evaluation
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Museums and young people
    Museums and young people, Suzanne Rider and Shana Illingworth for Artswork, 1997, 36pp, ISBN 0-902102-77-X, £6.99 (£4.99 to MA members), Museums Association
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Article 31, Children and the Arts
    Article 31, Children and the Arts, Miranda Cox for the Article 31 Steering Group, Play-Train, 1997, 36pp, ISBN 0-9519013-2 X (pbk), £6 (plus £1.25 p&p, Community Insight, Pembroke Centre, Cheney Manor, Swindon SN2 2PQ

    Tel: 01793 512612

    Fax: 01793 431773
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Interactive exhibits: Learning outcomes
    Interactive exhibits: Learning outcomes, proceedings of a seminar held 12-13 May 1997 at the National Maritime Museum, 12pp, ISBN 1-901351-10-6 (pbk), free, Gatsby Charitable Foundation, London, available (while stocks last) from Barbara Reid, Education Department,

    National Maritime Museum,

    Greenwich, London SE10 9NF

    Tel: 0181 858 4422

    Fax: 0181 312 6632
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Designing Exhibitions to Include People with Disabilities: A practical guide
    Designing Exhibitions to Include People with Disabilities: A practical guide, Gail Nolan, National Museums of Scotland, 1997, 16pp, ISBN 1-901663-00-0, (pbk), £10 (£5 to members of MAGDA) incl p&p,

    NMS Publishing, Chambers Street,

    Edinburgh EH1 1JF

    Tel: 0131 247 4026

    Fax: 0131 247 4012
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • The Informability Manual, making information more accessible in the light of the Disability Discrimination Act
    The Informability Manual, making information more accessible in the light of the Disability Discrimination Act Wendy Gregory, 155pp, ISBN 0-11-702038-9, £25 including postage,

    The Stationery Office, Publications Centre, PO Box 276, London SW8 5DT

    Tel: 0171 873 9090

    Fax: 0171 873 8200
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Choosing and Using a Museum Education Consultant or a Freelance Educator
    Choosing and Using a Museum Education Consultant or a Freelance Educator, Group for Education in Museums (GEM) information sheet, 1997, 4pp, available by sending stamped (39p) addressed envelope to Alison James, GEM Freelance Network,

    8 Watson Mews, Watson Street,

    Banchory AB31 5PB
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • The Reminiscence Handbook, Ideas for creative activities with older people
    The Reminiscence Handbook, Ideas for creative activities with older people, Caroline Osborn, ed Pam Schweitzer, 1993, 104pp, ISBN 0-947860-19-3, £9.95,

    Age Exchange Reminiscence Centre,

    11 Blackheath Village,

    London SE3 9LA

    Tel: 0181 318 9105

    Fax: 0181 318 0060
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Art without a gallery
    When the Serpentine Gallery in London closed for a major renovation, its exhibition and education programmes continued. David Martin found out how they managed
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Producing a teachers' resource pack
    How to put together a resource pack to help teachers make best use of the educational potential of a small museum exhibition at Whitburn, West Lothian
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Low-cost touring exhibitions
    Temporary exhibitions are an important means of attracting visitors and meeting their demand for variety. Four local museums in Leicestershire and Rutland discover the key features in developing a series of small-scale exhibitions
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Museums and young people
    Young people in turn can play a positive role in helping museums and galleries to develop new audiences and activities
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Access case study: Brooklyn Children's Museum Brooklyn, New York
    Brooklyn Children's Museum at Crown Heights, Brooklyn has no doubts about its role. The unemployment rate in the area is among the highest in New York, and the schools have a drop-out rate above the city's average
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Access case study: Oldham Art Gallery
    The Oldham Art Gallery ran a project called Between the Eyes to find out the experience of young people visiting the gallery
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Guidelines on working with young people
    There are many things to consider when doing project work with young people, but one of the most important is to allow their participation
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Austrian artistry
    The Austrian Museum of Applied Art reopened fully in 1993 after major renovation when artists collaborated with curators on the redisplay of the permanent galleries
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Lighting for conservation
    Many materials found in works of art are susceptible to light-induced damage. David Saunders describes the effect of light on museum objects, discusses the factors which affect the rate of deterioration and provides some guidelines for reducing light-induced damage
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Lighting by design
    Good lighting can make the difference between a stimulating gallery and a dull one. Lighting designer Paul Ruffles says successful museum lighting need not depend on investing in state-of-the-art systems and equipment
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Lighting checklist: criteria
    This checklist provides a guide to the decisions and information required to plan a lighting installation or to brief a lighting designer
    Museum Practice
    November 1997
  • Case study: lighting the Museum of London
    Relighting the development of London exhibition brought new benefits to the museum
    Museum Practice
    November 1997