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Mobile Museum: Impact

Mobile Museum: Impact

Impact Objectives:

The Mobile Museum project was designed to have a significant impact beyond the research. Overall its objectives are to:

  • Enrich understanding of biocultural collections amongst a wide range of actual and potential users
  • Enable heritage professionals, collection managers and museum curators to develop new ways of engaging with their collections
  • Promote new approaches to the educational uses of collections through pilot museum projects in schools and the provision of learning resources
Beneficiaries:
  • Collection managers and heritage professionals
  • Museum curators and exhibitions staff
  • Representatives of source communities
  • Enthusiast historians and botanists
  • Educators in schools and museums
  • Pupils and students
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