Spring Courses in Cultural Resource Management

Opportunities to balance work and study for museum and heritage professionals …

Cultural Resource Management at the University of Victoria offers engaging and accessible online courses that strengthen you capacity to be effective in the workplace. Courses can be taken on a non-credit basis or for credit toward a Diploma in Cultural Resource Management.

Please register by December 13, 2010 to ensure your materials arrive on time. To find out more and to register, please visit our website: http://www.uvcs.uvic.ca/cultural/courses/upcoming/

Spring 2011 at a Glance
Spring term courses run from January 10 to April 17, 2011

Museum Principles and Practices II: Instructor: Deborah Tuyttens
Learn about the diverse ways in which museums present exhibitions, programming and outreach activities to fulfill their mandates.

Managing Cultural Organizations: Instructor: Carrie Brooks-Joiner
Develop critical management skills to support all aspects of your practice in museums or cultural heritage organizations.

Curatorship: Instructor: Beth Carter
Examine contemporary curatorial concepts and practices in collections planning, research, analysis, documentation and exhibition development.

Building Community Relationships: Instructor: Elizabeth Kidd
Build your knowledge and skills to facilitate meaningful community cultural and social development activities.

Determining Significance: Instructor: Alastair Kerr
Explore a values-based framework for conservation decision-making that supports heritage conservation planning and management.

The Cultural Management Program also offers intensive 6-day on-campus courses for museum & heritage professionals. Learn more on our website about our courses, and our diploma program. http://www.uvcs.uvic.ca/cultural/


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