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A Policy Research for Establishing an Ideal National Museum of Natural History
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 Title & Authors
A Policy Research for Establishing an Ideal National Museum of Natural History
Lim, Jong Deock;
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 Abstract
The study was designed to analyze the curatorial professional resources of natural history museums in Korea and propose a plan on how to develop human resources including younger generation of experts to be working on the future National Museum of Natural History. Many academic associations and expert groups in the field have been making multilateral efforts along with research-based studies about how to best establish a National Museum of Natural History in the past 20 years. The Korean Earth Science Society was a premier organization which has been working closely on the establishment of natural history museums and science museums through a number of academic studies and projects more than any other academic associations. This study recommends that the future National Museum of Natural History needs highly-trained specialists of museums. Therefore, the Korean Earth Science Society has to offer multiple courses that produce specialists in various fields of museums through education and training.
 Keywords
national museum of natural history;natural monument;fossil;dinosaur;education program;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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New Excavation Method and its Applications for Fossil Footprints, Journal of the Korean earth science society, 2016, 37, 3, 143  crossref(new windwow)
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