Managing Conservation in Museums

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 1996 - Reference - 265 pages
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This book aims to show conservators and other professionals in museums and libraries that professional management information can be as useful to them as is their own specialist expertise. It reviews the climate in which museums operate today, and then describes the most up-to-date and relevant management techniques.

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Museums and collections
Management and information
quantitative planning

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Keene-Washington and Lee University

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