Vol 1 (2013): Acta Museologica Lithuanica

Vol 1 (2013)

Acta Museologica Lithuanica
Published 2013-04-09

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Peter van Mensch
Preface
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7-10
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Rimvydas Laužikas
Introduction
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11-15
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I. TENDENCIES OF MUSEUM DEVELOPMENT

Nastazija Keršytė | Mindaugas Kelpša
Museum policy in Lithuania in 1990–2011: museum laws, strategies, governance
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18-47
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Rimvydas Laužikas
Lithuanian museums in 1991–2011: main quantitative activity indicators, results and problems
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48-83
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II. MUSEUM COLLECTIONS AND ACTIVITIES

Rimvydas Laužikas
Communication activity in Lithuanian museums in 2011
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127-189
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Fausta Brasaitė
Publishing activity in Lithuanian museums in 2001–2011
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190-209
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Arūnas Puškorius | Darius Verseckas
Lithuanian museum collection conservation and restoration in 2003–2011
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210-235
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Arvydas Pacevičius
Egodocuments in Lithuanian museums and their use
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86-126
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III. MUSEUMS IN THE DIGITAL SPACE

Ignas Kapleris
Applications of digital technologies in Lithuanian museums in 1990–2011
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238-280
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Renata Matkevičienė | Arnas Aleksandravičius
Museum communication with stakeholders: which aspects of museum activities are important for museum representation and image formation?
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281-299
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Andrius Šuminas | Veta Armonaitė
Applications of social media in museum communications: and aspect of new museology
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300-333
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Acta Museologica Lithuanica
Summary
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334-365
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Acta Museologica Lithuanica
About the Authors
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366-367
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