IPR – Securing IPR as Part of Good Museum Collections Management and Documentation

Museum Development Yorkshire IPR Advice Sheet 3. This advice sheet is about ensuring that intellectual property rights (IPR) within a museum are managed and fully documented so that a museum can make full and clear use of the assets in question.

IPR – Exploiting Cultural Assets

Museum Development Yorkshire IPR Advice Sheet 2. This advice sheet is about exploiting a museum’s assets – both physical and intangible – for financial gain.

IPR and CA Advice Sheets Introduction

These advice sheets provide a practical introduction to and guidance in the management of IPR and cultural assets in museums and were originally developed as part of a Renaissance Yorkshire programme on the Effective Management of Intellectual Property Rights and Cultural Assets in 2010-11 in association with Naomi Korn.

A practical guide for text interpretation 2017

Leeds Museums and Galleries’ in house style and tone guide for text interpretation, which covers both writing text and the design factors that can make the text more accessible.

How To…build, extend and develop supporter engagement

This paper looks at different types of supporters and gives a guide as to how to develop a supporter network through building, extending, and developing engagement.

How To…develop a legacy giving programme

A guide to developing a legacy giving programme that will equip organisations to actively encourage supporters to remember the organisation in their will.

Archaeological Archive Deposition Policy for Museums in Yorkshire and the Humber

This policy is designed to create a uniform region wide approach to the preparation and deposition of archaeological archives. The document has been developed in partnership with museums throughout the Yorkshire and Humber region, local government archaeological officers, English Heritage, the University of York and a number of field archaeological units.

10 Top Tips for Interpretation 2011

A guide to museum interpretation for everyone working on displays, learning resources or other interpretive materials.

Share Academy

Share Academy is a partnership project between University of the Arts London (UAL), University College London (UCL) and the London Museums Group that focuses on the collaboration between Higher Education and museums. This is a file of useful documents from this project.