GEM Case Studies Template
Notes for contributors
The purpose of GEM Case Studies is to communicate the lessons learned from heritage
learning projects which have been designed in response to a particular challenge. It is
published twice a year in May and November and distributed to GEM members as an A4
booklet with about 24-32 pages printed in full colour.
The aim of Case Studies is to provide an opportunity for those working in heritage education
to share examples of good (and not so good) practice so that others may benefit from the
The focus of a GEM Case Study is not on “this is what I did” but rather “on reflection this is
what I would have done”. The more you analyse what you have done, the more useful your
case study is likely to be to others.
Please send your contributions to the Case Studies editor at [email protected] using
the template below. The copy deadline for the May edition is the second Wednesday in
March, and for the November edition it is the s