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  • Succession planning in the age of austerity
    The latest Museum Practice explains how museums can safeguard their collections knowledge
    Museum Practice
    16.05.2011
  • Case study: hands-on training
    Anthea Jarvis combined hands-on work with written "how to" guides to train new members of staff at the Gallery of Costume at Platt Hall in Manchester
    Museum Practice
    16.05.2011
  • Case study: video recordings
    York Museum Trust has produced a series of videos to record the knowledge of textile expert Mary Brooks
    Museum Practice
    16.05.2011
  • Case study: mentoring
    Engineering curator Jim Wood returned to National Museums Scotland to offer mentoring sessions to groups of staff
    Museum Practice
    16.05.2011
  • Case study: written guides
    The Museum of English Rural Life has used written guides to ensure that the terms used to describe its collection of farm machinery are properly recorded
    Museum Practice
    16.05.2011
  • Succession planning in the age of austerity
    Ensuring specialist knowledge is retained when staff leave should be built into the spirit of an organisation
    Museum Practice
    16.05.2011
  • Have your say on succession planning
    What is your museum doing to ensure that specialist skills and knowledge are being preserved for the future?
    Museum Practice
    16.05.2011
  • Further resources: succession planning
    A detailed list of further resources that can be updated and added to as new documents and information become available
    Museum Practice
    16.05.2011
  • Case study: unlocking databases
    Len Pole's work as a Monument Fellow at Saffron Walden Museum not only enriched a new exhibition but also offered long-term benefits to the museum and its staff
    Museum Practice
    16.05.2011
  • Should museums invest in LED lighting?
    Museum Practice examines new approaches to lighting
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Is now the time to invest in LED lighting?
    LEDs are said to offer high-quality, energy-efficient lighting to museums. But is this relatively new technology up to scratch and when should museums jump on the bandwagon?
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Case study: curatorial lighting
    Lighting was used to challenge preconceptions of the dark ages in the V&A’s Medieval and Renaissance Galleries
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Case study: daylighting
    Stephen Cannon-Brookes explains how climate-based daylight modelling helped to facilitate the maximum use of daylight in the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • New advances in daylighting
    Museums are taking a renewed interest in allowing natural light into galleries. Stephen Cannon-Brookes looks at advances in predicting daylight levels
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Case study: light-sensitive displays
    The recently reopened Museum of the Order of St John used lighting specialists to create atmospheric galleries housing light-sensitive objects
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Have your say on lighting
    Should museums invest in LED lighting? Does the energy-efficiency argument outweigh concerns about colour quality? Join the debate...
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Further resources: lighting
    Links to other articles on lighting and to relevant external websites
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Lighting
    Museum Practice