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Contact Admin. Lithuanian museums work to prepare educational programmes, many of which are for nursery-school children, infants and pupils. However, the idea of lifelong learning is spreading. Educational programmes must include different groups of visitors: This may be due to the fact that preparation of programmes for adults requires andragogic competence and an understanding of how to communicate effectively with this kind of audience.
In many museums especially municipal , these programmes are created by people who lack the necessary skills. Various specialists historians, archeologists, ethnographers, philologists, etc. But possibilities to acquire competence of working with adults are still limited. There are no textbooks of museum education in Lithuania.
Thus the Association has contributed to the improvement of andragogic competences of museum workers. Within this project, in cooperation with the Lithuanian Association of Museums, a training programme has been prepared and four regional training seminars have been organised with 73 participants from municipal museums.
The participants to the seminars expressed their wish to see the training material developed published as a textbook accessible to all Lithuanian museums. The existing programme developed by an earlier project has been adapted to distant learning, using the Moodle platform. The programme was piloted by employees of Lithuanian museums who drew a positive impression from it.
A group of authors consisting of three museologists and three andragogs has prepared and published a textbook for museologists Museum Educational Programmes for Adults.