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For the first time Museums Australia and Museums Aotearoa are coming together for Museums Australasia 2016. This is a great opportunity to survey the members of these museum associations and learn more about the penetration of online collections.
The founder of Waddesdon Manor, Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild acquired a collection of printed paper ephemera relating to commerce in 1891. The collection includes over 700 trade cards (early shop advertisements). This case study looks how Waddesdon Manor made the best use of Vernon CMS to catalogue and share information about this collection.
It is common for museums to adhere to minimum standards of care and best practice for collection documentation. These are often defined by national agencies and cover legal responsibilities, museum accreditation processes and governance structures. Vernon CMS adheres to all of the processes covered by the SPECTRUM collections management data standard. The SPECTRUM standard includes several processes with specific reference to collection auditing.
McNay Art Museum, in San Antonio, Texas, have launched their new website. Part of the redesign has involved updating their online collection using our Vernon Browser module. The new branding has been developed by design company Giles-Pascale. The new website includes the option to filter searches to only works on display. This is done using the location reason data back in Vernon CMS. If the work is marked as being on temporary or permanent exhibition then it is flagged as