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Economic considerations for libraries, archives and museums / edited by Lorraine A. Stuart, Thomas F.R. Clareson and Joyce Ray.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2022.
Physical Description:
xiii, 224 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Reference Library
Z683 .E26 2022 (LC)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Economic Considerations for Libraries, Archives and Museums provides insight into the economics of collaboration across Libraries, Archives, and Museums (LAMs) and cultural heritage funding. Drawing together a series of global reflections on the past, present and future of cross-sector approaches to preserving and promoting cultural heritage, this volume examines the economic prospects of LAMs from a variety of facets. Divided into five sections, the book covers the five most important areas in the development and sustainability of collaborative LAM projects: the digital environment; collaborative models; education; funding issues; and alternate sources of funding. Responding directly to the issue of a lack of adequate funding for maintaining and providing access to cultural heritage resources globally, the book argues that cultural heritage institutions must seek creative methods for funding and collaboration at all levels to achieve shared goals. Economic Considerations for Libraries, Archives and Museums will be of interest to all those engaged in the study of library and information science, archival studies, museum studies and digital preservation. Administrators and practitioners will also find much to interest them within the pages of the book"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Terms:
Archives -- Finance.
Archives -- Finance.
Institutional cooperation.
Institutional cooperation.
Library finance.
Library finance.
Museum finance.
Museum finance.
Stuart, Lorraine A., editor.
Clareson, Thomas F. R., editor.
Ray, Joyce M., editor.

  • Collaboration among libraries, archives, and museums in the United States : 1999-2019 / by Liz Bishoff
  • A case study on the future of digital technologies in libraries, archives and museums : collecting institutions in the network society / by Chris Batt
  • How and why the European Union promotes collaboration to connect museums, libraries, and archives with online users across Europe and around the world : Europeana / by Monika Hagedorn-Saupe
  • Lessons learned from digital collaborations : standards and descriptive practices / by Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass
  • Tribal archives, libraries, and museums : ATALM a practical model for local collaboration / by Holly Witchey
  • Libraries, archives and museums of the future : educational programs in Europe / by Trilce Navarrete
  • Promoting collaboration, recognizing the power of information and object in professional identity : educating library, archives, and museum professionals in the United States / by Joyce Ray and Peter Botticelli
  • A case study for collective action through federal grant funding : grant programs that saved history / by Thomas F.R. Clareson
  • Funding, sustainability, and cross-institutional collaboration / by Elizabeth Joffrion
  • Collaboration north of the (U.S.) border / by Jenn Riley
  • Banding together against disasters : the benefits of collaboration in times of crisis / by Thomas F.R. Clareson
  • The value of archives and authenticity in exhibitions of visual culture / by Mads Damsbo
  • Grassroots collaborative models for visibility and advocacy : building on "LA as subject" / by Kenneth Bicknell
  • The role of libraries, archives and museums in the cultural economy
  • perception, documentation, and vision for the future / by Lorraine A. Stuart.