Review of "Artefacts, Archives, and Documentation in the Relational Museum Review"
This review provides a summary of the book Artefacts, Archives, and Documentation in the Relational Museum, based on recent doctoral research by author Mike Jones. It speaks to museum professionals at all levels and Library Science or Museum Studies students. Through a discussion of historical circumstances and an intensive case study of Museums Victoria, Jones covers the treatment of museum archives and broader issues related to collections management and documentation systems. This book adds new information to the overall challenges of information management in the history of analog to digital migrations, provides key figures, dates, and places in these initiatives, and compels the reader to reconceptualize collections management technologies and practice.
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