HERM 301: An Introduction to Heritage Resources Management Report a Broken Link

HERM 301: Introduction to Heritage Resources Management examines the challenges that face the heritage sector.

Unit 1: Heritage Resources Management


Required Readings
Be sure to check the Reading File for other required readings.
Home page: UNESCO World Heritage
Supplementary Readings

Unit 2: Types of Practice: Museums and Archives


Required Readings
Be sure to check the Reading File for other required readings.
Home page: Canadian Encyclopedia
Supplementary Readings
Home page: University of Leicester Department of Museum Studies
Home page: Natural History Museum, London, England

Home page: Science Direct

Home page: Science Direct

Home page: University of Leicester Department of Museum Studies
Home page: Archivaria
Home page: Archivaria
Home page: Archivaria

Unit 3: Types of Practice: Historic Places Management


Required Readings
Be sure to check the Reading File for other required readings.
Home page: Ontario Ministry of Culture
Home page: Canadian Encyclopedia
Home page: Parks Canada
Supplementary Readings

Unit 4: Structuring Practice: Governance and Ethics


Required Readings
Be sure to check the Reading File for other required readings.
Lewis, Geoffrey. “The Role of Museums and the Professional Code of Ethics.” In Running a Museum: A Practical Handbook, 1–16. Paris: International Council of Museums (ICOM), 2004.
Supplementary Readings
Home page: ICOM (International Council of Museums)
Home page: Imagine Canada: Nonprofit Library Commons
Home page: ICOM (International Council of Museums)
Home page: ICOM (International Council of Museums)
Home page: ICOM (International Council of Museums)
Home page: ICOM (International Council of Museums)
Home page: ICOM (International Council of Museums)

Unit 5: Justifying Heritage Through Tourism


Required Readings
Be sure to check the Reading File for other required readings.

Home page: ICOM (International Council of Museums)

Home page: International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)

Supplementary Readings
Home page: Science Direct
Home page: Statistics Canada
Home page: Nordic World Heritage Foundation

Unit 6: Who Controls the Past?


Required Readings
Be sure to check the Reading File for other required readings.
Home page: ICOM News Magazine
Home page: ICOM News Magazine
Home page: ICOM News Magazine
Home page: ICOM News Magazine
Home page: ICOM News Magazine
Please check your Study Guide for supplementary readings. You are also encouraged to explore the library's extensive electronic database.

Unit 7: What to Keep and Why: Determining Heritage Significance


Required Readings
Be sure to check the Reading File for other required readings.
Home page: Archivaria
Please check your Study Guide for supplementary readings. You are also encouraged to explore the library's extensive electronic database.

Unit 8: Conservation


Required Readings
Be sure to check the Reading File for other required readings.
Home page: Parks Canada
Parks Canada. Parks Canada. Excerpt from Chapter 3: The Standards for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada. In Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada, 2nd ed. Ottawa: Parks Canada, 2010. Read pages 21-37.
Home page: Parks Canada
Home page: UNESCO World Heritage
Home page: Parks Canada
David Hanington. To Treat or Not to Treat—That is the Question. Canadian Conservation Institute: Preserving My Heritage.

Home page: Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI)

Home page: Archivaria
Please check your Study Guide for supplementary readings. You are also encouraged to explore the library's extensive electronic database.

Unit 9: Approaches to Heritage Education


Required Readings
Be sure to check the Reading File for other required readings.
Home page: Australian Museum
Home page: United States National Park Service
Supplementary Readings
Home page: Australian Museums & Galleries Online

Unit 10: Interpretive Programming


All required readings for Unit 10 are in the Reading File.
You are encouraged to explore the library's extensive electronic database.