The Nordic Centre of Heritage Learning and Creativity (NCK) published this report as a result of a study on volunteers in five museums in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. As part of the Pride, Joy and Surplus Value project (PJS), which seeks to encourage, promote and facilitate volunteering at cultural heritage institutions, a survey aimed at volunteers was carried out. NCK and the partnering museums wanted to gain an impression of the general involvement of volunteers, their time-investment, satisfaction with the work and the institutions, the experiences they gained and how it effected them, as well as who the volunteers are (demographic profile). The project also sought to understand volunteering in the different organisations and countries better. Therefore policy documents and frameworks around volunteering by the institutions or countries were studied. The examination resulted in a comparative report. The conclusions were also turned into a toolkit.
EU Policy Handbook on Promotion of Creative Partnerships - (2014), Compiled by the OMC Working Group of EU Member State Expert, European Agenda for Culture
'Tried and Tested Partnerships' - (2014) A publication by the Netherlands Museum Association and NEMO.
A Guide to Building Partnerships Between Science Museums and University-Based Research Centers - (2013) Author: Carol Lynn Alpert
"Howdy Partner!" The Transformative Power of Museum-University Partnerships - (2013) Author: Mimi Roberts.
Intermediaries Knowledge Center (2016): Using Intermediaries for Funding Resources:The collection of resources on different aspects of funding intermediaries was set up the Foundation Center. Aiming at offering a holistic overview of what intermediaries can do, how they affect funding and share particular examples, the collection of publications by grantmakers can be filtered through different categories.