Presentation on theme: "Developing EMu as the central repository for all Collection Information Specimens Places Exhibitions Descriptions People Materials Collections Online Subjects."— Presentation transcript:
Developing EMu as the central repository for all Collection Information Specimens Places Exhibitions Descriptions People Materials Collections Online Subjects Collection Processes Objects KE EMu
Te Papa: Our Place Te Papa is New Zealands national museum bicultural scholarly innovative, and fun Visitors experience the stories of New Zealand in five floors of fascinating exhibitions and objects.
All collection information All collections All collection processes All collection digital assets All staff requirements All collection content for the web All collection content for collaboration
Natural Environment Fish Molluscs Plants Crustacea Birds Fossils Marine Mammals Marine Invertebrates Insects Land Mammals All collections Humanities Art Archives History Pacific Cultures Photography Taonga Maori Over 1.5 million collection lots.
Watch, circa 1866, England. Maker unknown. Gift of J.W.G. Brodie, 1956. Te Papa Serving plate, 1800 - 1864, England. Adams, William. Gift of the Guard family, 1984. Te Papa Poster, Buy Health Stamps, 1950, Wellington. Whitcombe & Tombs Limited. Purchased 2001. Te Papa Six Pence, 1935, New Zealand. Te Papa Theodolite, circa 1910, England. Troughton and Simms. Gift of Professor Harold Wellman, 1996. Te Papa HMS New Zealand claret jug, 1913, Sheffield. Walker & Hall. Gift of the Navy Office, Wellington, 1929. Te Papa COLLECTIONS: HISTORY
New Zealand Historic Buildings: Church, 1960 s - 1980 s, New Zealand. Brake, Brian. Gift of Mr Raymond Wai-Man Lau, 2001. Te Papa New Zealand Farming and Horticulture: Sheep Mustering, 1960 s - 1980 s, New Zealand. Brake, Brian. Gift of Mr Raymond Wai- Man Lau, 2001. Te Papa Ornithology store #2. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. From the series: The vault, 2006, Wellington. Pardington, Neil. Purchased 2007. Te Papa COLLECTIONS: PHOTOGRAPHY
COLLECTIONS: TAONGA MAORI Kahu koati (cloak with goat hair), 1870-1880, New Zealand. Maker unknown. Purchased 1947. Te Papa Taiaha (long club fighting staff), 1800, Taranaki. Maker unknown. Purchased 1905. Te Papa Matau (fish hook), 1800, New Zealand. Maker unknown. Purchased 1991. Te Papa Mere pounamu (greenstone hand club), New Zealand. Maker unknown. Gift of the Estate of C E S Camp, 1977. Te Papa Tino Rangatiratanga Flag, Maori, 1998, Wellington. Te Kawariki Group. Purchased 1999. Te Papa Hei tiki (pendant in human form), 1600-1850, Islands, Bay of. Maker unknown. Purchased 1972. Te Papa Heru (ornamental comb), 1850-1900, New Zealand. Maker unknown. Acquisition history unknown. Te Papa
COLLECTIONS: BIRDS Huia, Heteralocha acutirostris, collected no data, New Zealand. Acquisition history unknown. Te Papa New Zealand Falcon, Falco novaeseelandiae, collected 12 Aug 1995, Lower Hutt, New Zealand. Te Papa Kea, Nestor notabilis, collected Sep 1987, Otira, Westland, New Zealand. Te Papa 17,000 bird skins, 4750 recent skeletons and 2800 eggs
Red rock crab, Plagusia chabrus (Linnaeus, 1758), collected 10 Mar 1993, Wairarapa, Castlepoint, below lighthouse, N side, below surface at ELWS, New Zealand. Te Papa King crab, Lithodes murrayi Henderson, 1888, Te Papa King crab, Neolithodes brodiei Dawson and Yaldwyn, 1970 COLLECTIONS: CRUSTACEA Over 30,000 lots.
Red mullet, Upeneichthys lineatus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801), collected 29 Nov 2008, Off Noises Islands, ca. 20 kms off Milford Beach, outer Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. Donated 2006-2007. Te Papa Spotfin squirrelfish, Neoniphon sammara (Forsskål, 1775), collected 29 Oct 1992, Seche Croissant Reef, 8 nautical miles WSW of Noumea, New Caledonia. Te Papa Frill shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus Garman, 1884, collected Jan 1996, Seamount, Louisville Ridge; NE of east Chatham Rise. Te Papa COLLECTIONS: FISH Over 30,000 species.
Sphenodontid, collected 13 Dec 2001, St Bathans. Vinegar Hill, Site 1, New Zealand. Field Collection 2002-2004. Te Papa Upland moa, Megalapteryx didinus, collected Mar 1987, Honeycomb Hill, Enduro, Map Grid 1385N 720E, New Zealand. Field Collection 1982-1988. Te Papa COLLECTIONS: FOSSIL VERTEBRATES 50,000 lots of fossil bones Duck, Manuherikia lacustrina; holotype, collected 17 Mar 2003, St Bathans. Manuherikia River, Bed HH1a, New Zealand. Field Collection 2002-2004. Te Papa
COLLECTIONS: INSECTS Arctia (Metacrias) strategica Hudson, 1889; holotype, collected 09 Feb 1881, Near summit of Richardson Range, South Canterbury. New Zealand. Te Papa Duripelta borealis Forster, 1956; holotype, collected 30 Nov 1947, Days Bay, Wellington, North Island, Wellington. New Zealand. Te Papa Specimens of Puriri moth, "Aenetus virescens", 09.2003, Te Papa Over 630 000 specimen lots
Stony corals, Scleractinia, collected Aug 1972, Niue Island, Niue. Te Papa Diplodontias dilatatus (Perrier, 1875), collected 1940, Off South Island, coastal water, New Zealand. Te Papa Over 30,000 species Stony corals, Scleractinia, collected Niue Island, Niue. Te PapaStony corals, Scleractinia, collected Niue Island, Niue. Te Papa. COLLECTIONS: INVERTEBRATES
COLLECTIONS: LAND MAMMALS Kuri, Canis lupus familiaris, collected 1876, between "Waikava" & Mataura plains, Catlins, New Zealand. Gift of Mr Anderson, 1876. Te Papa New Zealand lesser short-tailed Bat, Mystacina tuberculata tuberculata, collected 20 Jun 1998, The Valley, Codfish Island, New Zealand. Gift of Department of Conservation, 1998. Te Papa Horse, Equus caballus, collected 05 Apr 1932, Menlo Park, California, United States of America. Gift of DJ Davis and HR Telford, 1932. Te Papa 6,000 specimens
Pygmy Blue Whale, Balaenoptera musculus brevicauda, collected Sep 1994, Motutapu Island, Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. Gift of the Department of Conservation (Auckland Conservancy), 1994. Te Papa Dusky Dolphin, Lagenorhynchus obscurus (Gray, 1828), collected 27 Jul 1984, Kaikoura, New Zealand. Te Papa COLLECTIONS: MARINE MAMMALS Over 2,000 specimens
Over two million shells arranged in 2500 drawers. COLLECTIONS: MOLLUSCS Marine mollusc, Callochiton empleurus (Hutton, 1872); lectotype; lectotype of Chiton empleurus Hutton, 1872, collected no other data, New Zealand. Te Papa Monoplacophoran, Micropilina rakiura B. Marshall, 1998; holotype, collected 16 Oct 1994, Mount Duncan, southern Puysegur Bank, New Zealand. Te Papa Marine snail, Cantharidus burchorum B. Marshall, 1998; holotype, collected May 1988, South East Bay, Great Island, New Zealand. Te Papa
COLLECTIONS: REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS 6,000 lots Three Kings Skink, Oligosoma fallai (McCann, 1955); syntype, collected 20 Feb 1934, Great Island, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand. Te Papa Hamiltons frog, Leiopelma hamiltoni McCulloch, 1919; holotype, collected Stephens Island, Marlborough, New Zealand. Te Papa Tuatara, Sphenodon punctatus (Gray,1842), collected no data, New Zealand. Te Papa
All object and specimen types Humanities Physical Objects Digital Objects Conceptual Objects Natural Environment Wet specimens Dry specimens Type specimens Tissue samples
All collection processes Acquisitions Deaccessions Loans External Movements Internal Movements Exhibitions Alcohol Management Valuations Field Collecting Scientific Identification Specimen Preparation Object Conservation Illumination Planning Framing Mounting Crating and packing
Acquisition Processes ProposalAssessments JustificationStorage Condition Preparation Agreements Copyright Community Agreement Registration Imaging Verification Movement Catalogued Approved Declined Storage Conservation
All collection digital assets Images Video Sound Animations Graphics Scans Documents Born digital works
Digital Asset Management Digital Asset MultimediaMedia Catalogue
Curators Collection Managers Technicians Conservation Object Support Imaging Rights Exhibitions All staff requirements Graphic Designers Website access Project Managers Researchers Writers Education Marketing Auditors
Key learnings Built in information standards and controlled language Ongoing support Ongoing development Display customisation Output customisation Bulk data imports and updates Information security and control Access via web Data harvesting What next? User generated content from web More complex digital formats and associated copyright Collection accessories New Zealand and Pacific data standards for describing objects and specimens
THANK YOU! Thank you to the Qatar Museums Authority for hosting this KE EMu conference. For more information contact: Philip Edgar Manager Collection Information Services Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa firstname.lastname@example.org This presentation was prepared by Giselle Stanton Collection Information Manager Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, November 2012.
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