Work Experience at the Royal Engineers Museum - HI6017
Higher level module taken in stages 2 and 3 of an undergraduate degree
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The information below applies to the 2015-16 session
For example, a student with a particular interest in the First World War will be assigned to relevant materials in the REMLA collection. This material will then form the basis of the assessments. The student will also be asked to looked at the relevant section of the Museum and reflect on how this particular aspect has been presented. See 16 below for further details.
Method of assessment
- Bettina Messias Carbonell, Museum Studies: an anthology of contexts (Maldon MA: Blackwell, 2004) David Chandler and Ian Beckett (eds), The Oxford History of the British Army (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996) Eilean Hooper-Greenhill, The Educational Role of the Museum (London: Routledge, 1999) Roy M. Macleod and Deepak Kumar, Technology and the Raj: western technology and technical transfers to India, 1700-1947 (New Delhi and London: Thousand Oaks and Sage, 1995) Alan Ramsay Skelley, The Victorian Army at Home (London and Montreal: Croom Helm and Queens University Press, 1977) Hew Strachan, From Waterloo to Balaclava. Tactics, Technology and the British Army, 1815-1854 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985)