Supplies practical information, such as where to find appropriate facilities, and how to evaluate success. (February-March 2008
)The Manual of Museum Learning
offers insights and concrete suggestions based on current realities. The contributors provide perspectives of well-respected practitioners who offer both a solid basis for current practice, and support for new ideas to implement in the future. The high level of discourse delivers a manual that should be shared across the museum, not read only by those involved in programming or education. (Lesia Davis, executive director of the Campbell River Museum, in Muse)
The writing aims to be practical...useful for those in museums to create more effective organizations. Summing Up
: Recommended. General readers; upper-division undergraduates through professionals. (K. Marantz CHOICE
About the Author
is co-founder and director of Lord Cultural Resources Planning and Management, the world's largest firm specializing in the planning of museums and related cultural institutions.