Folders - 1 pictures and general files

10 Jan 2006
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Production Date
10 Jan 2006
Description
Cd has folders for VII world forum for motor museums Oct 2011, FB Holden 1960, Live days PR pics Feb 03, Motat 40th 21 Nov 04, Palm Springs Air Museum, and RAF Museum Feb 04.

The first folder is the papers for the VII World forum for motor museums held in 2001 in South Australia (81 pages : illustrations) available as a Microsoft Word 97 document or as an Adobe document. The following five folders contain images either taken at MOTAT or from visits to institutions overseas.

Beyond Collecting – components of success proceedings contains the following papers:
Forward / Jon Chittleborough -- The past and future for motor museums / Michael Ware -- Marketing the museum in the modern world - what gives tyre kickers their kicks? / Kevin Fewster -- Audiences and cars: what visitor research can tell us about positioning motor museums / Carol Scott -- Alternatives to paying for marketing / Brian Tanti -- WWW: The Mercedes Benz Museum Online / Wolfgang Rolli -- Navigating the motor museum / Rob Pilgrim -- Miss Renner's Austin: a conservation dilemma / Lorraine Wilson -- Recouping the past and the challenges it brings / Davina Gibb -- Operating steam vehicles at the Power House Museum / Graham Clegg -- National Museum of Australia / Dave Rockell & David Thurrowgood -- Touring and beyond: additional benefits of a docent program / William L. Millard -- Volunteers and the Black Country Living Museum / Ian N Walden -- "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" running a volunteer staffed museum / Steve Yorke.
ISBN/ISSN
095802300X
Physical Description
1 cd : colour
Accession No
14-6714
Credit Line
10 Jan 2006. Folders - 1 pictures and general files, 14-6714. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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