Resources for small museums and historic sites
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I drop a leave a response when I especially enjoy a post
on a website or if I have something to add to the conversation. Usually
it’s triggered by the sincerness communicated
in the post I read. And after this article What would you like to hear more
about? | Sustaining Places. I was excited enough to post a thought ;) I actually do have 2 questions for you if you tend not to
mind. Is it just me or does it look like some of the remarks look
like written by brain dead visitors? :-P And, if you are
posting on other online sites, I would like to follow you.
Would you make a list all of your communal pages like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?
Kelsey again. I would like to know more about copyright as it pertains to museums. In your Collections Policy and on your Deed of Gift, how do you express what copyrights belong to you and/or in your donors? I’d love to see some resources about this.
I would like to know more about collections policies for living collections. Do you accession trees? What do you do when a flower is trampled or picked or otherwise removed? Are living specimens part of your permanent collection? Might we be able to see an existing example of collections policies that include living collections? Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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