In 2007, he opened a documentary position and thus began a more systematic approach, ie more systematic collection and processing of secondary museum documentation with the aim of establishing secondary documentary funds that had not existed before, and were particularly needed in communication support and information on the museum’s professional work.
More systematic and more elaborate processing of unit units in the S ++ program simplified the way of distributing visual content to the wider community, while by collecting, processing and running museum secondary museum documentation, as well as care about the permanent protection of primary and secondary documentation, duly kept inventory books of museum objects and logs on the revision of museum material and documentation achieved the basic task – an adequate level of protection of the building with an easier and simpler approach.
The advantages of computer-led secondary documentation compared to previous management are multiple – from better and more permanent protection to faster user use. In the secondary documentation of the Museum, documentary funds are systematically processed and digitized: Phonetics, Photographs, Videotapes, Medices, Hemeroteka, Recordings of exhibitions, Recordings of pedagogical activities, Records of publishing activities, Records of special events. Every four years, the Museum, as part of the exhibition of the Acquisitions, apart from the new museum exhibits, also presents the selected secondary fund units that were collected at that time. The most commonly used are videos used as part of an exhibition, about photographs, hemeroteca articles, museum editions (movies, books, CDs and DVDs) or audio books.
Apart from the presentation of a part of the newly purchased and donated museum material, the museum aims to educate the users of the museum about one of the ways of protecting museum materials, as well as the ways of applying museum funds. The first selected secondary material was exhibited in 2010 as part of the exhibition Time to refresh your memory – Acquisitions 2006 – 2010