Attached is the revised Appendix E Resources list incorporating corrections for outdated or broken links, to date.  M&GSQ.

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Thanks Ann and Kerri - this is very helpful. I support all these suggested revisions.
Hi Kerri
Thanks for this. I have had a look through and this document is comprehensive. Thank you for your work. I have an additional resource that has recently been brought to my attention by the WA Museum librarian. As you may well know the Canadian Conservation Institute has exceptional information pages on heritage and collection topics which was previously available through subscription to their journal CCI Notes. This resource is now available online free of charge and accessible to anyone through their web page (http://www.cci-icc.gc.ca/crc/notes/index-eng.aspx). Do you and other taskforce members think it is feasible to list this as an additional resource relevant to C2.1.3?
Hi Joanne
Thanks for that - the CCI website you mention is a great resource and I think it is an appropriate reference for C2.1.3 . What do others think?
Hi all
Just one more addition to this to suggest. There are 2 NAVA documents that should be listed so I have added the following and attached the updated Appendix E resources doc below.
National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA), Best Practice for
Artists and Publicly Funded Galleries, NAVA, Sydney, 2009
Can be accessed at:
http://www.visualarts.net.au/advicecentre/codesofpracticeandprotoc
ols/bestpracticeforartistsandpubliclyfundedgalleries

Cheers
Ann
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I second that.

Kerri Laidlaw said:
Hi Joanne
Thanks for that - the CCI website you mention is a great resource and I think it is an appropriate reference for C2.1.3 . What do others think?
Thanks Joanne
The CCI resources are really wonderful and should certainly be mapped out into the National Standards. The link you provided took me to the general page, which in particular did you see relevant to C2.1.3?
Sarah-Jane - that page on th CCI website has the lists and links to CCI Notes on all sorts of caring for collections and conservation information. As benchmark C2.1.3 is aimed at developing preventive conservation strategies based on reputable museum conservation information and advice, I thought the CCI Notes were an excellent resource to point users towards. It could also apply more generally to the whole of Standards C2.1 and C2.4 perhaps but as the link needs to go under a benchmark C2.1.3 seemed the most appropriate. Alternately it might also be relevant to benchmark C2.4.2 in terms of preparing a treatment proposal before any interventive conservation is carried out.

Do you think it needs to be more directly targetted? For example CCI note N11/2 on the subject of Storing Works on Paper under benchmark C2.4.5?

Sarah-Jane Rennie said:
Thanks Joanne
The CCI resources are really wonderful and should certainly be mapped out into the National Standards. The link you provided took me to the general page, which in particular did you see relevant to C2.1.3?
Thanks Jo

I can see where you're coming from and it's certainly the case that the CCI notes are useful in informing people about preventive conservation. In general we've been trying to use resources that directly assist people in understanding and responding to the benchmark in question, that is, the resources elaborate on the benchmark. Where possible we've been directing people to the actual page we'd like them to read. The CCI notes are quite specific and I'd thought you might have meant to send us to a particular one but perhaps it's enough just to have it as a general reference.

I've just finished updating section C and have added a couple of the CCI references and will upload it in a minute







Joanne Hyland said:
Sarah-Jane - that page on th CCI website has the lists and links to CCI Notes on all sorts of caring for collections and conservation information. As benchmark C2.1.3 is aimed at developing preventive conservation strategies based on reputable museum conservation information and advice, I thought the CCI Notes were an excellent resource to point users towards. It could also apply more generally to the whole of Standards C2.1 and C2.4 perhaps but as the link needs to go under a benchmark C2.1.3 seemed the most appropriate. Alternately it might also be relevant to benchmark C2.4.2 in terms of preparing a treatment proposal before any interventive conservation is carried out.

Do you think it needs to be more directly targetted? For example CCI note N11/2 on the subject of Storing Works on Paper under benchmark C2.4.5?

Sarah-Jane Rennie said:
Thanks Joanne
The CCI resources are really wonderful and should certainly be mapped out into the National Standards. The link you provided took me to the general page, which in particular did you see relevant to C2.1.3?
Dear all,

I've just been looking a bit more closely at the document that Kerri uploaded, and realise that there are some old URLs for Simpson's Collections Law (chapters 1, 2 (duplicated!) and 39.
The official URL for Collections Law is: http://legal-issues.collectionscouncil.com.au/
Simpson's website pubished the same chapters (now via: http://www.simpsons.com.au/online-resources/online-library/museums-...), but without all the imprint and acknowledgement details.

Also, Simpson's article about the Duty of Care to the Public has a new URL - http://www.simpsons.com.au/wp-content/uploads/duty-of-care-to-publi...

Finally, the URL for Simpsons Solicitors, Online Resources: Museums and Galleries (webpage) should be updated to: http://www.simpsons.com.au/online-resources/online-library/museums-...

Sorry to be late in making these contributions.
Dear Margaret
Sorry I am confused by your post- can you please clarify? As far as I can see the links you propose for Simpsons Duty of care and the website are identical to the listing in Column 3 posted by Kerri in revised Appendix E.
The links included in Kerri's post for Chapters 1,2 & 39 ( thanks for spotting chapter 2 is duplicated in error) do work . However is your point that we should use the Collections Council address for these instead as these include the acknowledgments omitted on the links on Simpsons website?
Apologies to be missing your point.
Regards
Ann


Margaret Birtley said:
Dear all,

I've just been looking a bit more closely at the document that Kerri uploaded, and realise that there are some old URLs for Simpson's Collections Law (chapters 1, 2 (duplicated!) and 39.
The official URL for Collections Law is: http://legal-issues.collectionscouncil.com.au/
Simpson's website pubished the same chapters (now via: http://www.simpsons.com.au/online-resources/online-library/museums-...), but without all the imprint and acknowledgement details.

Also, Simpson's article about the Duty of Care to the Public has a new URL - http://www.simpsons.com.au/wp-content/uploads/duty-of-care-to-publi...

Finally, the URL for Simpsons Solicitors, Online Resources: Museums and Galleries (webpage) should be updated to: http://www.simpsons.com.au/online-resources/online-library/museums-...

Sorry to be late in making these contributions.
Dear Anne and all,

Sorry, my mistake with most of what I suggested - I was working too quickly and not reading properly. I apologise for the distraction.

The enduring point, however, is something that would be good for the group to consider - do you want to use the Simpson's site for Collections Law chapters, or the Collections Law site via the CCA website (where the full imprint details are maintained, and where users can comment on the text).

The current listing for the CL chapters isn't wrong, just a more limited version. Any change can therefore wait till the next round of changes.



Ann Baillie said:
Dear Margaret
Sorry I am confused by your post- can you please clarify? As far as I can see the links you propose for Simpsons Duty of care and the website are identical to the listing in Column 3 posted by Kerri in revised Appendix E.
The links included in Kerri's post for Chapters 1,2 & 39 ( thanks for spotting chapter 2 is duplicated in error) do work . However is your point that we should use the Collections Council address for these instead as these include the acknowledgments omitted on the links on Simpsons website?
Apologies to be missing your point.
Regards
Ann


Margaret Birtley said:
Dear all,

I've just been looking a bit more closely at the document that Kerri uploaded, and realise that there are some old URLs for Simpson's Collections Law (chapters 1, 2 (duplicated!) and 39.
The official URL for Collections Law is: http://legal-issues.collectionscouncil.com.au/
Simpson's website pubished the same chapters (now via: http://www.simpsons.com.au/online-resources/online-library/museums-...), but without all the imprint and acknowledgement details.

Also, Simpson's article about the Duty of Care to the Public has a new URL - http://www.simpsons.com.au/wp-content/uploads/duty-of-care-to-publi...

Finally, the URL for Simpsons Solicitors, Online Resources: Museums and Galleries (webpage) should be updated to: http://www.simpsons.com.au/online-resources/online-library/museums-...

Sorry to be late in making these contributions.
Hi Margaret
Thank you for clarifying. I now understand that for Chapters 1, 2 & 39 there is a choice to be made between using the Collections law site via CCA with this link http://legal-issues.collectionscouncil.com.au/contents and accessing the whole list of contents and having the opportunity to comment on the text or using the Simpson's site with link to the specific pdf which takes you directly to the chapter in question but without all the acknowledgments and the opportunity to comment.

What do others think- which link would you like to see in version1.1 of NSFAMG?

Cheers
Ann

Margaret Birtley said:
Dear Anne and all,

Sorry, my mistake with most of what I suggested - I was working too quickly and not reading properly. I apologise for the distraction.

The enduring point, however, is something that would be good for the group to consider - do you want to use the Simpson's site for Collections Law chapters, or the Collections Law site via the CCA website (where the full imprint details are maintained, and where users can comment on the text).

The current listing for the CL chapters isn't wrong, just a more limited version. Any change can therefore wait till the next round of changes.



Ann Baillie said:
Dear Margaret
Sorry I am confused by your post- can you please clarify? As far as I can see the links you propose for Simpsons Duty of care and the website are identical to the listing in Column 3 posted by Kerri in revised Appendix E.
The links included in Kerri's post for Chapters 1,2 & 39 ( thanks for spotting chapter 2 is duplicated in error) do work . However is your point that we should use the Collections Council address for these instead as these include the acknowledgments omitted on the links on Simpsons website?
Apologies to be missing your point.
Regards
Ann


Margaret Birtley said:
Dear all,

I've just been looking a bit more closely at the document that Kerri uploaded, and realise that there are some old URLs for Simpson's Collections Law (chapters 1, 2 (duplicated!) and 39.
The official URL for Collections Law is: http://legal-issues.collectionscouncil.com.au/
Simpson's website pubished the same chapters (now via: http://www.simpsons.com.au/online-resources/online-library/museums-...), but without all the imprint and acknowledgement details.

Also, Simpson's article about the Duty of Care to the Public has a new URL - http://www.simpsons.com.au/wp-content/uploads/duty-of-care-to-publi...

Finally, the URL for Simpsons Solicitors, Online Resources: Museums and Galleries (webpage) should be updated to: http://www.simpsons.com.au/online-resources/online-library/museums-...

Sorry to be late in making these contributions.

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