RE-ORG – collection storage reorganization
The RE-ORG method is a step-by-step approach for small to medium-sized heritage institutions. It aims to help them reorganize their collection storage rooms and regain access to their collections for enhanced community involvement.
RE-ORG was developed by ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property) with the support of UNESCO. ICCROM adapted RE-ORG for distance learning in collaboration with CCI and other international partners.
For more information, watch the video "RE-ORG Fundamentals: Introduction to the RE-ORG Method."
RE-ORG: Canada activities
RE-ORG: Canada case studies
- RE-ORG project overview: Baile nan Gàidheal | Highland Village
- RE-ORG project overview: Haida Gwaii Museum
- RE-ORG project overview: Maison de Mère d’Youville
- RE-ORG project overview: MUSO – Musée de société des Deux-Rives
- RE-ORG project overview: PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation and Community Museums Association of Prince Edward Island
- RE-ORG project overview: Qualicum Beach Museum
- RE-ORG project overview: West Parry Sound District Museum (Museum on Tower Hill)
- RE-ORG website
- RE-ORG method
- Becoming a RE-ORG Coach: How to Plan and Lead a Workshop to Implement a Storage Reorganization (downloadable PDF found in the publications section of the ICCROM website)
- Planning Your RE-ORG Project (free online course)
- Collection storage tips & tricks
- Interactive world map of RE-ORG participating institutions
- RE-ORG International YouTube channel
- RE-ORG International Facebook group
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