This toolkit was created in partnership with museums across Scotland to explore ways to measure and articulate the social impact of engagement with autistic children, their families and young people.Find out more
Taking high quality images of your collections is important for identification, research and to monitor the condition of objects. It is also a great way to make your collections accessible to the public.Find out more
This free online training offers practical advice, good practice through case studies and demonstrations, along with resources and links to further learning. It is aimed at staff or volunteers new to caring for collections, or those looking for a refresher in the subject area.Find out more
This series of short video presentations explore the different scientific techniques available to study archaeological collections of human remains, best practice relating to collections management and sampling, and the ethical debates around appropriate management.
[Content warning: These resources contain images and descriptions of archaeological human remains, predominantly from Scotland.]
These resources aim to help you integrate more maths into your museum programming and take part in Maths Week Scotland.Find out more
We worked with partners across Scotland to create learning and engagement resources for use with ancient Egyptian and East Asian collections.Find out more
The online resources developed for the Next of Kin touring exhibition provide opportunities to learn about the First World War in Scotland.Find out more