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(significance) : a guide to assessing the significance of cultural heritage objects and collections, Heritage Collections Council

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(significance) : a guide to assessing the significance of cultural heritage objects and collections
Title
(significance)
Title remainder
a guide to assessing the significance of cultural heritage objects and collections
Statement of responsibility
Heritage Collections Council
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Also available in PDF format via the Internet at: http://www.amol.org.au/craft/publications/hcc/significance/significance.asp.
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KIN
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Russell, Roslyn
Dewey number
363.690994
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Winkworth, Kylie
  • Heritage Collections Council (Australia)
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  • Cultural property, Protection of
  • Museums
  • Archives
Label
(significance) : a guide to assessing the significance of cultural heritage objects and collections, Heritage Collections Council
Link
http://www.collectionsaustralia.net/sector_info_item/5
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • At foot of title: "A Heritage Collections Council project undertaken by Roslyn Russell of Australian Heritage Projects and Kylie Winkworth"
  • See also 2nd edition at REF 069.50994 RUS
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography
Contents
Introduction: What is Significance?; Who is Significance for?; How can Significance help you?; Why should you use Significance?; How was Significance developed? -- Significance as a concept: what does "significance" mean?; What is significance assessment? : the process and the criteria; What is a statement of significance?; Why assess significance?; Who assesses significance? Who assesses significance?; When to assess significance; The benefits of significance assessment; Some common questions about significance -- The significance assessment process: how to assess significance: step-by-step significance assessment -- The criteria: primary criteria; comparative criteria -- Applications - using significance to manage collections in your museum: significance and documenting objects; Context and cataloguing; Making acquisitions - collecting according to significance; Deaccessioning - letting go of objects without significance; Significance as a guide to conservation; Decisions in managing collections; Significance guiding exhibition policies -- The significance assessment process for a whole collection: significance assessment of a whole collection at James Cook Museum, Cooktown -- Implementation - how to include significance assesssment in your museum: Option 1: trial significance assessment; Option 2: Incorporate significance assessment in your museum's collection policy and procedures; Option 3: Assess the significance of the most important objects; Option 4: Assess significance before starting conservation or restoration work -- Appendix: Significance assessment check list
Control code
000022704525
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
72 p.
Isbn
9780642750945
Isbn Type
(print)
Other physical details
ill.
Label
(significance) : a guide to assessing the significance of cultural heritage objects and collections, Heritage Collections Council
Link
http://www.collectionsaustralia.net/sector_info_item/5
Publication
Note
  • At foot of title: "A Heritage Collections Council project undertaken by Roslyn Russell of Australian Heritage Projects and Kylie Winkworth"
  • See also 2nd edition at REF 069.50994 RUS
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography
Contents
Introduction: What is Significance?; Who is Significance for?; How can Significance help you?; Why should you use Significance?; How was Significance developed? -- Significance as a concept: what does "significance" mean?; What is significance assessment? : the process and the criteria; What is a statement of significance?; Why assess significance?; Who assesses significance? Who assesses significance?; When to assess significance; The benefits of significance assessment; Some common questions about significance -- The significance assessment process: how to assess significance: step-by-step significance assessment -- The criteria: primary criteria; comparative criteria -- Applications - using significance to manage collections in your museum: significance and documenting objects; Context and cataloguing; Making acquisitions - collecting according to significance; Deaccessioning - letting go of objects without significance; Significance as a guide to conservation; Decisions in managing collections; Significance guiding exhibition policies -- The significance assessment process for a whole collection: significance assessment of a whole collection at James Cook Museum, Cooktown -- Implementation - how to include significance assesssment in your museum: Option 1: trial significance assessment; Option 2: Incorporate significance assessment in your museum's collection policy and procedures; Option 3: Assess the significance of the most important objects; Option 4: Assess significance before starting conservation or restoration work -- Appendix: Significance assessment check list
Control code
000022704525
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
72 p.
Isbn
9780642750945
Isbn Type
(print)
Other physical details
ill.

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