These practical resources are designed for use by museum and heritage education practitioners working with a wide range of audiences.
GEM West Midland Area Reps Rebecca Coles and Penelope Thomas have created an engaging podcast called, “Museum Learning Cupboard” that’s available on Spotify. Get to know museum learning professionals and hear more about the joys of learning!
The guide offers lots of helpful information such as: An overview of how good street furniture design and public infrastructure planning, as well as careful consideration of accessibility needs, can significantly improve the lives of people with disabilities. Important facts and figures about disability and accessibility. Did you know that, of the most common disabilities […]
This reflective ePortfolio presented as a blog post explores the title question and includes links to digital resource collections from some museums; a review of some of the limited academic literature on the subject; and a survey of mathematics teachers focusing on their opinions of currently available digital resources and what they’d like to see […]
Armchair Gallery is a free app that provides dementia-friendly access to arts and cultural sites within the UK. Sites featured on the app include: Chatsworth House, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, The Lowry, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Pitt Rivers Museum, Mr Straw’s House & Newstead Abbey.