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Museum Studies sites
- Global Museum
The place for museum professionals and those with a love of museums.
- GradSchools.com: Museum Studies
The leading online resource for graduate school. You can use this site to find your ideal program by searching by subject, location and even school.
- Smithsonian Museum Studies
Whether you are a seasoned professional, a newcomer, or a faculty member, this page will help you find scholarly and professional resources on museum studies.
- AAM (American Alliance of Museums)
The American Alliance of Museums (formerly the American Association of Museums) is the one organization that supports all museums. Through advocacy and excellence, the Alliance supports the museum community by developing standards and best practices, providing resources and career development, and advocating for museums to thrive.
- AAMG (Association of Academic Museums and Galleries)
The leading educational and professional organization for academic museums, galleries, and collections. The AAMG establishes and supports best practices, educational activities and professional development that enable its member organizations to fulfill their educational missions.
- CAA (College Art Association)
CAA promotes the visual arts and their understanding through committed practice and intellectual engagement.
- ICOM (International Council of Museums)
The only organization of museums and museum professionals with a global scope, committed to the promotion and protection of natural and cultural heritage, present and future, tangible and intangible.
- MANY (Museum Association of New York)
MANY strengthens the capacity of New York State’s cultural community by supporting high professional standards, strong organizational development, and by providing advocacy, training and flexible information networks so that all may better serve their missions and communities.
- NEMA (New England Museum Association)
The only organization in New England serving museums of all sizes and the people who work for and with them. NEMA fosters communication and ethical conduct; provides professional development; promotes excellence in museum operations; and encourages support for the museum community.
Credit - Skidmore Museum Studies Guide http://libguides.skidmore.edu/museumstudies
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