2005-01-01Zeitschriftenartikel DOI: 10.18452/8580
Seize the day!
|dc.description.abstract||University museums and collections exist within a changing academic culture where a "seize the day" attitude prevails, where actions are required to be revolutionary and where strategic alliances still promise to make institutions and programs more viable. Building connections with broader communities is now seen as influential and often essential to the academic mission. With museums worldwide, community engagement strategies need to be developed and honed to work within this new culture. Our challenge, as university museum people, is to develop strategies that will position us as leaders to help shape the university's vision by working collaboratively within the changing culture. Using a framework that outlines the changing continuum of university culture proposed by Hanna (2003), this paper describes how the University of Alberta's museum system is working within and around the University system to develop projects and programs that strengthen the University museum system while contributing to the strategic direction of the University.||eng|
|dc.publisher||International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC)|
|dc.subject.ddc||060 Organisationen, Museumswissenschaft|
|dc.title||Seize the day!|
|dc.subtitle||Museums in the changing culture of universities - a canadian perspective|
|local.edoc.container-title||Proceedings of the Third Conference of the International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC) - Norman, Oklahoma, USA, September 21-26,2003|