Management Documentation Indicators & Good Practice at Cultural Heritage Places. Proceedings of the 25th International CIPA Symposium 2015, 31 August – 04 September 2015, Taipei, Taiwan

Eppich, Rand and García Grinda, José Luis (2015) Management Documentation Indicators & Good Practice at Cultural Heritage Places. Proceedings of the 25th International CIPA Symposium 2015, 31 August – 04 September 2015, Taipei, Taiwan. Conference Volume. International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS), Sydney, 140p. [Book]

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Documentation for cultural heritage places usually refers to describing the physical attributes, surrounding context, condition or environment; most of the time with images, graphics, maps or digital 3D models in their various forms with supporting textural information. Just as important as this type of information is the documentation of managerial attributes. How do managers of cultural heritage places collect information related to financial or economic well-being? How are data collected over time measured, and what are significant indicators for improvement? What quality of indicator is good enough? Good management of cultural heritage places is essential for conservation longevity, preservation of values and enjoyment by the public. But how is management documented? The paper will describe the research methodology, selection and description of attributes or indicators related to good management practice. It will describe the criteria for indicator selection and why they are important, how and when they are collected, by whom, and the difficulties in obtaining this information. As importantly it will describe how this type of documentation directly contributes to improving conservation practice. Good practice summaries will be presented that highlight this type of documentation including Pamplona and Ávila, Spain and Valletta, Malta. Conclusions are drawn with preliminary recommendations for improvement of this important aspect of documentation. Documentation of this nature is not typical and presents a unique challenge to collect, measure and communicate easily. However, it is an essential category that is often ignored yet absolutely essential in order to conserve cultural heritage places.

Item Type: Book (Conference Volume)
Authors:
AuthorsEmail
Eppich, Randrandeppich@gmail.com
García Grinda, José Luisjl.ggrinda@upm.es
Languages: English
Keywords: Conservation of cultural heritage; Management; Historic sites; Best practices; documentation; economic analysis; indicators; case studies; World Heritage sites; Taiwan; Korea; Underwater archaeology; Industrial heritage; Japan; Czech Republic; Cultural landscapes; Villages; Historic houses; traditional architecture; historic gardens; national parks; Temples; Buddhist architecture
Subjects: E.CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION > 07. Management
F.SCIENTIFIC TECHNIQUES AND METHODOLOGIES OF CONSERVATION > 25. Heritage documentation
J.HERITAGE ECONOMICS > 04. Methodologies of evaluation
Name of monument, town, site, museum: Toledo Gate in Ciudad Real (Spain); Jeddah, Saoudi Arabia; Yuanmingyuan, Beijing, China; Timor Island; Chupan Church, Iran (WH); Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Dagu Dock, China; Strasbourg’s Cathedral, France (WH); Tangyin, China; Shanghai; Canada's Parliamentary Buildings; Wat-Pho, Thailand; Jianan Irrigation System Cultural Landsccape, China; Ta Keo Temple, Angkor Wat, Cambodia (WH); Grand Canal, China (WH); Hall of Fujian in Yantai, Bohai Rim, China; Bao Fan Temple, Peng Xi county, Sichuan province, China
International Scientific Committee: CIPA - Heritage Documentation
Volume: XL
Number: 5/W7
Number of Pages: 140
Depositing User: Mrs Lucile Smirnov
Date Deposited: 17 Nov 2020 10:56
Last Modified: 17 Nov 2020 11:21
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