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Supporting Effective Teaching and Learning

Cole, Matthew [1].

Collections Planning and Policy for Educators and Academics.

In the world of museums, collections form the basis for displays, research and education. Herbaria, libraries and greenhouses are familiar collections to many botanists-even the living plants on school or university grounds can be a resource for teaching or research. But the institutional policies that underlie collections management lay outside many students' and educators' experience. Step behind the curtain to see how collections policy and planning can affect the diversity of plants being grown, the sharing of costs or resources, the educational viability of your collection, and the standards for recordkeeping and research. Examples will be drawn mostly from the collections of living plants.


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1 - Green Bay Botanical Garden, Po Box 12644, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 54307-2644, USA

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Presentation Type: Workshop
Session: W12
Location: Lake Huron/Hilton
Date: Sunday, July 8th, 2007
Time: 1:00 PM
Number: W12001
Abstract ID:2518


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