1st Edition

Mission, Money, and Authority, Part One Journal of Museum Education 35:2 Thematic Issue

Edited By Cynthia Robinson, Tina R Nolan Copyright 2010
    70 Pages
    by Routledge

    86 Pages
    by Routledge

    Sponsored by the Museum Education Roundtable

    1.From the Co-Editors-in-Chief Cynthia Robinson and Tina R. Nolan Articles 2.Museums and Other Non-profits in the Current Recession: A Story of Resilience, Innovation, and Survival Stephanie Lessans Geller and Lester M. Salamon3.Wagging the Dog: Managing Museum Priorities in a Difficult Economy James M. Bradburne4.Education: A Perfect Partner for Project-based Fundraising Anne Butterfield5.The Educational and Economic Value of Online Learning for Museums William Crow and Herminia Din6.Seeing Potential, Pushing Possibilities: Thinking Creatively About Revenue Opportunities Betsy Bowers and Rebecca FulcherTools7.Assessment and Planning Using Portfolio Analysis Laura B. Roberts8.Stakeholder Analysis for Educators: Obtaining Support and Reducing Obstacles David Ebitz9.No Mission, No Money: No Money, No Mission John W. Durel Case Study10.Making Programs Self-Sustaining at a Small Historic House Museum Shirley Brown Alleyne


    Dr. Tina Nolan, Co-Editor-in-Chief of the JME, is the principal of Tina Nolan Consulting, an education consulting group. She has over 18 years experience working in museums in Chicago including Brookfield Zoo, Lincoln Park Zoo and the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum where she served as Director of Education. Dr. Nolan works nationally and internationally with museums and other not-for-profit educational organizations as an independent education consultant, researcher, guest lecturer, and writer. Cynthia Robinson, Co-Editor-in-Chief of the JME, is the director of museum studies at Tufts University. She spent 25 years working in and with museums, and has extensive experience in developing programs, curricula, and exhibitions, as well as in museum management and administration.