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  • A question of interpretation
    Simplification and demystification are not the answers to interpretation of a complex world, says Jon Carter in response to a previous Viewpoint
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Effective Exhibitions, guidelines for good practice
    Effective Exhibitions, guidelines for good practice, Museums & Galleries Commission, 1998, 12pp, ISBN 0-948630-671, obtainable free of charge by sending A4 stamped addressed envelope to MGC Publications (see box)
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Guidance on Touring Exhibitions
    Guidance on Touring Exhibitions, Julia Ellis for Touring Exhibitions Group, Museums & Galleries Commission, 1998, 6pp fact sheet, obtainable free from MGC Publications (see box)
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Between the Eyes, interim report
    Between the Eyes, interim report, Oldham Art Gallery and Museum, 1998, 36pp, obtainable by sending £1.50 for p&p to Oldham Art Gallery and Museum, Union Street, Oldham OL1 1DN
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Building Bridges, guidance for museums and galleries on developing new audiences
    Building Bridges, guidance for museums and galleries on developing new audiences, Jocelyn Dodd and Richard Sandell (ed Alison Coles), Museums & Galleries Commission, 1998, 48pp, ISBN 0-948630-65-5, £12 plus £1.25 p&p (UK) or £2.50 (overseas), obtainable from MGC Publications (see box)
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Responding to Cultural Diversity: Guidance for museums and galleries
    Responding to Cultural Diversity: Guidance for museums and galleries
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Integrated Pest Management, practical safe and cost-effective advice on the prevention and control of pests in museums
    Integrated Pest Management, practical safe and cost-effective advice on the prevention and control of pests in museums, David Pinniger and Peter Winsor, Museums & Galleries Commission, 1998, 32pp, ISBN 0-948630-63-9, £6 plus £1.25 p&p (UK) or £2.50 (overseas), obtainable from MGC Publications (see box)
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Mount-making for Museum Objects
    Mount-making for Museum Objects, Robert L Barclay, Andre Bergeron and Carole Dignard, Canadian Conservation Institute and Centre du Conservation du Quebec, 1998, 57pp, ISBN 0-660-17531-2, $42 plus $16 shipping except Canada ($6) and USA ($10), obtainable in English and French versions from Canadian Conservation Institute, 1030 Innes Road, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0M5

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    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • East West - Home's Best, Luton Museum and Art Gallery
    The exhibition East West - Home's Best, the first major public event of Luton Museum Service's community outreach initiative, marked the beginning of a new relationship with ethnic minority communities in the borough, writes Frazer Swift
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Labels for contemporary art, Indianapolis Museum of Art
    Many visitors rely primarily on labels to help them engage with works of art. In this article, Susan Longhenry describes a project to establish the most appropriate style and language for labels for contemporary art collections
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Building projects and how to survive them
    Since 1994, the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford has undertaken two building projects to improve visitor facilities, storage areas and display space, and has commissioned architects to design a new Twentieth Century Gallery due to open in 2000. Roger Hobby, the museum's administrator, summarises his experience of the architect-client relationship and suggests some the key requirements for successful capital projects
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Building projects checklist
    A list of the main teams on a building project with their key functions
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Sociable science
    Amsterdam's newMetropolis centre, opened in June 1997, aims to give visitors a better understanding of the significance of science and technology in their daily lives. David Martin went to see how it works
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Multimedia special introduction: digital dawn
    The application of multimedia - the merging of text, photographs, graphics, video and animation from digital files - has the potential to revolutionise the way museums manage and present their collections and disseminate information about them, explains David Martin
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Multimedia special: evaluating multimedia
    Despite the growing popularity of multimedia applications, more research and evaluation is needed to help museums understand their impact on visitors and the best ways to use them effectively. Maria Economou provides a brief guide to the process of evaluation, followed by a checklist of key assessment criteria for multimedia
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Multimedia special: checklist evaluation criteria
    Appropriate criteria must be established for each evaluation to suit the scope and purpose of the study, the aims of the multimedia programme, and the time and funds available. The following checklist by Maria Economou outlines some of the key aspects of multimedia applications that can be assessed through evaluation
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Multimedia special: checklist: multimedia for museums: key questions
    Brighton Museum and Art Gallery first used new technology for My Brighton, a community history project realised as a multimedia exhibit in the galleries and is now working on more multimedia projects aimed at broadening public access to the collections held by the Royal Pavilion, Libraries and Museums, Brighton and Hove. Drawing on their experience of these projects, John Roles from Brighton Museum and Stella Cardus from Desktop Display summarise the key factors to consider before embarking on multimedia projects
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Multimedia special: effective audio-visual
    Successful audio-visual installations, says Robert Simpson, are the result of good ideas, clearly-stated design requirements, and carefully integrated equipment - rather than the use of state-of-the-art technology
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Multimedia special: digital imaging
    Digitised images play a key role in making museum objects - and subjects related to them - more accessible and exploiting the potential of interactive communications technology. Bill Dickins provides a brief guide to the practicalities of creating digital image files
    Museum Practice
    November 1998
  • Multimedia special: multimedia and copyright
    Over the last ten years museums have been forced to become more aware of the value of intellectual property rights - and specifically copyright - due to pressure to exploit the commercial potential of their collections. Emma Williams summarises the current position over copyright of material in electronic form
    Museum Practice
    November 1998