Tools of the Trade Feedback - museum professionals
With funding from Arts Council England, the Social History Curators Group have produced a series of films to help you identify tools in your collection. The experts in these films pick out some of the most commonly found tools, explain what they are and give a practical demonstration of how they were used. They can be viewed here http://shcg.org.uk/films Please tell us what you think about the Tools of the Trade films.
Which of these best describes your job role?
How did you hear about the Tools of the Trade films?
Which film(s) have you viewed?
Please tick as many as apply
How enjoyable did you find the films?
Please answer for the films you have viewed
Not at all enjoyable
Not very enjoyable
Fairly enjoyable
Enjoyable
Very enjoyable
The Blacksmith
Rope Working & Rigging
Sail, Sack & Canvas Working
Leather Working
The Cooper - dressing the staves
The Cooper - raising the cask
The Cooper - chiming the cask
The Cooper - hooping
What did you like best about the films?
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What could have been improved?
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How well did the films improve your knowledge about tools?
Please answer for the films you have viewed
Not at all improved
Not really improved
Fairly improved
Improved
Much improved
The Blacksmith
Rope Working & Rigging
Sail, Sack & Canvas Working
Leather Working
The Cooper - dressing the staves
The Cooper - raising the cask
The Cooper - chiming the cask
The Cooper - hooping
Which of the following do you think the films are useful for?
Please tick as many as apply
Will you do anything differently with your collection as a result of viewing the films e.g. displays, cataloguing?
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What other tools or trades would you like to learn about through similar films?
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Are there any other aspects of social history that you would like to be explored through film?
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How effective do you think film is as a way of disseminating specialist knowledge?
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How effective do you think film is as a format for identifying objects?
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Please rank the following resources for identifying tools
Please select a different ranking for each resource with 1 being the least useful and 5 being the most useful
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Books
Websites
Hands-on resources
Training courses
Films
Would you use any of the films in an exhibition?
If you used the films in an exhibition, how much would you expect to pay for them?
How could the films be promoted and used more widely throughout the museum sector?
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