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  • Engaging young audiences
    Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, has published an evaluation of encompass, a two-year programme involving collaboration between schools and contemporary art galleries
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • Health risk from self-indicating silica gel
    David Thickett on the safe use of silica gel desiccant
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • Museum on the Move
    A mobile museum run by three county museum services has proved a popular way of making collections and resources accessible to people unable, or unlikely, to visit museums
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • Represent: Meeting the needs of young people
    A pilot project in Birmingham is part of a regional strategy aimed at attracting more young people to museums and galleries in the West Midlands
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • Interactive art galleries
    Maurice Davies compares the aims and approaches of three interactive art galleries recently developed in the UK with the help of lottery funding
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • Rothko Chapel renovation
    The Rothko Chapel in Houston reopened in June 2000 after renovation work to repair the building fabric and stabilise the internal environment for the paintings it houses. Andrew Sedgwick explains the project and the basis for the remedial measures
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • Museum management 3: marketing strategies
    In the third of a series of articles on key aspects of museum management, Gerri Morris provides a guide to the process of developing a marketing strategy
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • New media special: museums in a digital world
    The internet is now part of everyday life - but how do museums fit into the digital revolution? David Dawson outlines the role of museums in the context of the government's strategy for development of information technology
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • New media special: a presence on the web
    Museums are making increasing use of the internet as an effective and economic means of disseminating and exchanging information. Nick Gander provides a guide to the process of developing a website
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • New media special: accessible websites
    Nick Poole suggests some sources of guidance on ways to make websites accessible to all
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • New media case study: London Canal Museum, Providing information via the web and WAP</b>
    The London Canal Museum's website and wapsite are
    examples of how web-based technology can be exploited with limited resources
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • New media case study: The British Museum, Orientation by COMPASS
    The British Museum's Collections Multimedia Public Access System - COMPASS - is an integral part of the redevelopment of the Queen Elizabeth II Great Court and Reading Room. Sue Gordon describes the system and how it was developed
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • New media case study: Museum of London, Remembering the Blitz
    The Museum of London's first interactive online exhibition was launched on its website in September 2000 and runs for eight months. Annette Day explains the aims of the exhibition and the curatorial and production processes involved
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • New media case study: Association of Independent Museums, Learning resources online
    EdWeb is a major project to demonstrate the potential of independent museums in the UK as content providers for the government-sponsored National Grid for Learning. The project manager, Alice Grant, describes the process leading to the launch of the participants' websites in March 2001
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • New media special: resources
    Resources, organisations and networks for new media
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • Outreach: putting heritage to work
    David Martin reports on an archaeological research project on the Caribbean island of Nevis that has provided work experience for black students from schools in Bristol
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • Outreach: rock music hits the road
    An educational outreach vehicle, Electric Bus, will be used by Seattle's Experience Music Project to stage exhibitions and events at venues throughout the USA
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • 2001: An Architectural Odyssey
    A touring exhibition about a selection of lottery-funded building and engineering projects had to be accessible to people without a specialist knowledge of architecture and construction, and also quickly demountable to meet the demands of a multi-functional exhibition space
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • Dedicated to diversity
    In 1965, the status of the Statue of Liberty as a national monument was extended to include nearby Ellis Island, the historic gateway to America for millions of immigrants. David Martin visited Ellis Island Immigration Museum, opened in 1990 as a permanent commemoration of the island's role in shaping America's multicultural society
    Museum Practice
    March 2001
  • Cultural diversity case study: Petrie Museum, Croydon Museums, and the Burrell Collection
    A touring exhibition between the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, Croydon Museums and the Burrell collection challenges academic and Eurocentric portrayals of ancient Egypt. Helen Coxall and Lance Lewis explain its implication for cultural and social inclusion in museums
    Museum Practice
    March 2001