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published: April, 2002

Archives & Museum Informatics, 2002.
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Cultural Programming using Broadband Technology
Leonard Steinbach, The Cleveland Museum of Art, USA

Mini-Workshop: Broadband Programming

This mini workshop will both demystify the application and potential of broadband technology. It will achieve this by explaining what it is and why it is important; helping participants identify uses that are approprate to the mission of their institutions; showing how partnerships which focus on exploiting expertise and self interest can make the difference between feasibility and futility; and, by looking at case examples on which participants can build.