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NatSCA conference and AGM 29-30 March 2012

December 08, 2011

NatSCA conference and AGM 29-30 March 2012
Hosted by the Horniman Museum and Gardens and the Grant Museum of Zoology, UCL
“Use it or Lose it”

• Unlocking potential – recognising what we have, what we do and who might want to use it.
• Collections as a resource – research, Higher Ed, Arts, Schools, Service provision
• Resources for collections – Collections review, Partnerships, Access, Creative approaches, Expertise as a commodity, funding sources, how to do successful grant writing

Bookings are now open, and completed forms should be sent to Tony Irwin at Norwich – all details are on the booking form attached. Also attached are the programme for the conference, notes regarding logistics and additional optional tours for the Wednesday and Saturday (further details will follow in due course), and information about bursaries. These are provided in both word and pdf format.

Please feel free to spread the word to any colleagues you think may be interested – we welcome both members and non-members at the conference. Please not there is an early-bird booking window at a reduced rate.

If you have any questions please do get in touch. We very much hope to see you in London in March.
With all best wishes
Jack Ashby, Paolo Viscardi and the NatSCA Committee

Acting Manager
Grant Museum of Zoology
Rockefeller Building
University College London
21 University Street
London WC1E 6DE

Web: www.grant.museum.ucl.ac.uk
Blog: https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/museums/

020 3108 2052 (or 52052 from within UCL)