Museums Association Annual Conference and Exhibition

The Museums Association Annual Conference & Exhibition is just around the corner and this year it is taking place at the ICC in Birmingham from 5th-6th November.

The Museums Association Annual Conference & Exhibition is the largest event of its kind for museum and heritage professionals in Europe with over 1,500 attendees from all over the world coming together to discuss the key issues affecting the sector. http://www.museumsassociation.org/conference/about-birmingham-2015

9781472446152.PPC_PPC TemplateAshgate author Helen Chatterjee will be speaking about university partnerships and no doubt mentioning her new book Engaging the Senses: Object-Based Learning in Higher Education

Helen and co-editor Leonie Hannan discuss the use of museum collections as a path to learning and a new new pedagogy for higher education.

‘How can objects in museums and elsewhere be of value in higher education? This book is an invaluable, much needed extension of our understandings of object-centred learning into the tertiary level. Its thoughtful case studies demonstrate the role of objects – of myriad kinds – and multisensory, experiential engagements with them, in inspiring and enabling university students.’

Sandra Dudley, University of Leicester, UK

A small selection of Ashgate books will be on display at the Taylor and Francis exhibition stand. Delegates will also benefit from a 30% discount on selected highlights from our Museum Studies list. If you’re attending, look out for the flyer in your packs.

For anyone who can’t attend in person, you can still take advantage of the 30% conference discount when you order through our website and use the promotion code A15JVB30.

Browse our Museum Studies, Heritage and Cultural Management highlights and don’t forget to quote the discount code A15JVB30

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