This chapter examines the access policies and facilities of the British Museum in comparison with those of the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, with special focus on their online collection databases of Chinese paintings developed in the 2000s. By looking into the practice of a national museum and a university museum, I will also illuminate how the two institutions encourage a wider access to collections and an active use of online resources and learning services for enhancing the study of Chinese painting.
|Title of host publication||Access to and uses of museum collections = 博物館藏品近用與利用|
|Publisher||National Science and Technology Museum|
|Number of pages||29|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Nov 2014|
HUANG, Y. L. M. (2014). A comparative study of online collection databases of Chinese Paintings in British Museums: 英國博物館中國畫蒐藏在線數據庫項目之比較研究. In Access to and uses of museum collections = 博物館藏品近用與利用 (pp. 103-131). National Science and Technology Museum.