Going South: An Inside Look at Corruption and Greed, and the by William Cast

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Experiential Learning: Experience as the Source of Learning and Development. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Lambert, R. 2003. Lambert Review of Business–University Collaboration. London: HM Treasury. MLA. 2009. Leading Museums: A Vision and Strategic Action Plan for England’s Museums. London: Museums, Libraries, Archives Council. Oakley, K. and Selwood, S. 2010. Conversations and collaborations: The leadership of collaborative projects between higher education and the arts and cultural sector.

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Throughout the remainder of this introductory chapter, we will examine the background to the current situation, concentrating primarily on England (since other parts of the UK and the rest of the world have taken different trajectories) to briefly explore some of the opportunities and barriers to collaboration. Background – The English Context As outlined above (and explored further by Sarah Ganz Blythe, Chapter 5) museums have almost always had some kind of educational mission. In the UK in the recent period, a renewed interest in stimulating relationships between museums and universities stemmed from the New Labour government (1997–2010).

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