Reference : How to encourage conservators to produce knowledge. The CeROArt ‘lab’: Looking back a...
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Arts & humanities : Art & art history
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How to encourage conservators to produce knowledge. The CeROArt ‘lab’: Looking back at ten years of experience
English
Verbeeck, Muriel mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > > Centre européen en archéométrie >]
Sep-2017
Linking Past and Future
Bridgland, Janet
ICOM
art.0311
Yes
International
978-92-9012-426-9
Paris
France
18th Triennal Conference ICOM-CC
4-8 septembre 2017
ICOM-CC
Copenhague
Danemark
[en] CeROArt ; edition ; open access ; education ; training ; educational support ; ICOM ; ICOM-CC
[en] Knowledge transmission through a scientific publication is something that can be taught and learned. The CeROArt journal started a project that it has supported and developed over the past ten years to provide educational support to first-time authors who have graduated in conservation, to encourage them to publish their work. This experience, conducted in Open Access with the support of several European training courses, highlights the skills acquired at the end of their studies in terms of scientific communication. It can also be used to consider several avenues for stimulating knowledge pro- duction outside the academic environment.
Researchers ; Professionals
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/214443

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