GEM’s Case Studies is produced twice yearly in magazine format, during Spring and Autumn. Case Studies allows those working in heritage education to share examples of good practice and challenges so that others may benefit from the lessons learned.
All GEM members receive our Case Studies two weeks before they are available on our website. Case Studies will now be delivered in a digital format, but print on demand will be available.
Contribute to Case Studies
GEM produces two editions of Case Studies a year. This publication goes out to all GEM members, sharing projects and practice from across the heritage learning sector. It is a great way to shout about your work and get bitesize, inspiring updates on practice to spark ideas, solve problems and invite professional collaboration.
GEM Case Studies are themed with previous editions having included GEM projects, museums and schools partnerships and Access and Inclusion.
Call for Papers – “Remote learning in museums, heritage and cultural settings”
The coronavirus pandemic forced museums, heritage and cultural settings across the globe to close their doors and think differently about learning. In this Case Studies edition, we aim to feature the innovative work of learning professionals who have explored different models of remote learning, both digital and physical, especially during lockdown
- 14 August 2020 – deadline for suggested articles
- 21 August 2020 – contributors notified
- 18 Sept 2020 – deadline for completed case studies
- October 2020 – proposed publication
How to suggest an article
Fill out the Case Studies Suggestion Form and send to GEM Communications Manager Devon Turner at email@example.com by 14 August 2020. If you are invited to submit your case study for publication, you will be contacted via GEM by 21 August for submission details.
Sponsoring a Case Studies
If you are interested in sponsoring Case Studies with your own special edition, please contact GEM by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01634 816 280.