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published: April, 2002

Archives & Museum Informatics, 2002.
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Experienced professionals offer in-depth training at pre-conference workshops

On April 17, 2002 (the day before the conference program begins) seven full-day and six half-day workshops will be given by leaders in the museum computing field. Topics are both theoretical and practical, offering a focused way to build your skills. Whether you are just beginning, or are well advanced in your use of the Web, you will find a workshop to further your professional development.

Workshops are listed chronologically below, or you can see an overview of the program.

Wednesday April 17, 2002
9:00 AM-
12:30 PM

Morning

Handhelds in Museums


QuickTime Virtual Reality in Cultural Heritage Presentation


Web Marketing: Strategies for Using Digital Media


9:00 AM-
5:00 PM

Full Day

E-learning


Goal-Based Scenarios for Effective Web Education - CLOSED


Innovative Interfaces for Museum Content


Systematic Requirements Analysis for Building Effective Web Sites


Usability Engineering: High-Speed, Low-Cost User Testing for Museums on the Web


Web Video


Web-Based Metadata Harvesting and the Open Archives Initiative Protocol


1:30 PM-
5:00 PM

Afternoon

Museum and heritage applications of digital 3D imaging


Content Management Systems


Technologies for Interactive Exhibit Design: from Wireless object and body tracking to wearable computers - CLOSED