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published: March 2004
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November 7, 2010

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Speakers from around the world presented their latest work

MW2003 featured a variety of sessions exploring all aspects of the creation, development, maintenance and evaluation of Web sites in museums, cultural and heritage organizations.

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

Thursday March 20, 2003
9:30 AM-
10:30 AM

Plenary

Opening Plenary
11:00 AM-
12:30 PM

Reaching Out

Audience

What Clicks? An Interim Report on Audience Research

Re-assessing practice; visual art, visually impaired people and the web

Are We Serving Our Targeted Audiences? Changing Audiences and Changing Technologies

11:00 AM-
12:30 PM

Presentation

Design Issues

A Whale of a Web-site

Addressing Multiple Audiences with Multiple Interfaces to a single Database: The AMICO Experience

Make Your Museum Talk: Natural Language Interfaces for Cultural Institutions

11:00 AM-
12:30 PM

Weaving the Web

Knowledge Models

The next generation - 'knowledge environments' and digital collections

Applied Architecture

Designing multi-channel web frameworks for cultural tourism applications: the MUSE case study

11:00 AM-
12:30 PM

Education

Not Just Virtual

Using the Web for Participation and Interactivity

New Vision, New Reality: Methodology and Mission in Developing Interactive Videoconference Programming

Building a festival web site: An Uncommon Collaboration

1:30 PM-
3:30 PM

Reaching Out

Handheld

Using Cinematic Techniques in a Multimedia Museum Guide

The State of the Art in Museum Handhelds in 2003

Multimuseum: a multichannel communication project for the National Museum of Cinema of Turin

Focus your young visitors: -Kids Innovation- Fundamental changes in digital edutainment

1:30 PM-
3:30 PM

Education

School

Art Museum Web Sites: From Information Medium to Learning Medium

Developing Teachers' Resources at the Museum of Tolerance: A Case Study in Innovation and Evolution

White Gloves and the Web: Collections in the Classroom

SHADE Smithsonian-Hunterian Advanced Digital Experiments

1:30 PM-
3:30 PM

Weaving the Web

Tools

Integrating Real Time Communications Applications in a Museum's Website

The Use of an Information Brokering Tool in an Electronic Museum Environment

From Content Expert to Stakeholder and Maybe Even Creator

Integrating Databases with Maps: the Delivery of Cultural Data through TimeMap

4:00 PM-
5:30 PM

Reaching Out

Collaboration

A cooperative experience: the Bo¯ valley gateway

Five Become One: how five Manchester museums developed a shared web portal

mnartists.orgĖs 10 Tips for Building Online Communities

4:00 PM-
5:30 PM

Education

Learning

Evaluating the Authenticity of Egyptian Cartonnage Fragments: Educational Outreach in Search of the Truth

Practicing What We Teach: How Learning Theory Can Guide Development of Online Educational Activities

Having fun or finding information? Usability for kids' sections on museum websites.

4:00 PM-
5:30 PM

Weaving the Web

Practice Makes Perfect

Getting Your Collections Online - Practical Lessons from Successful Projects

Disintermediation and the Museum Web Experience: Database or Documentary?Which Way Should We Go?

Think Different: Combining Online Exhibitions And Offline Components To Gain New Understandings Of Museum Permanent Collections

4:00 PM-
5:30 PM

Presentation

World Culture

Village Voice: An information architecture for community-centered exhibits

Software Tools for Indigenous Knowledge Management

Dublin Core: The Base For An Indigenous Culture Environment?

Friday March 21, 2003
all day There are Interactions scheduled throughout the day.
5:00 PM-
6:00 PM

Evaluation

Best of the Web Awards

Saturday March 22, 2003
11:00 AM-
12:30 PM

Reaching Out

"Just" an Exhibition

From On-site to On-line: Experience on Transforming Exhibition

Explaining One of Mexico's Most Vital Musical Traditions : The Corridos sin Fronteras Traveling Exhibition and Educational Web Site

An Affordable System for a Thematic Exhibition by using the Internet/Intranet

11:00 AM-
12:30 PM

Presentation

3D

A Prototype Digital Library For 3D Collections: Tools To Capture, Model, Analyze, And Query Complex 3D Data

The Digital Hammurabi Project

The SEE Experience: Edutainment in 3D Virtual Worlds

11:00 AM-
12:30 PM

Weaving the Web

Managing Content

Data In, Data Out: Content Management for the Web

Web Preservation Projects at Library of Congress

Bringing It All Together: Developing a User-Centered Search Experience on the SFMOMA Web Site

1:30 PM-
3:00 PM

Reaching Out

Evaluation

A Rolling Evaluation Gathers No Moss

Investigating Heuristic Evaluation: A Case Study

Accessing Museums Through the Web: A Model for Evaluating the Impact of Museum and School Partnerships

1:30 PM-
3:00 PM

Presentation

Virtual Companions

Interactive Character as a Virtual Tour Guide to an Online Museum Exhibition

Designing Collaborative Group Experience for Museums with Telebuddy

Experiencing Art on the Web with Virtual Companions

3:30 PM-
5:00 PM

Plenary

Closing Plenary: Interfaces, New Views

The More You Look the More You Get: Intention-based Interface using Gaze-tracking

From GUI to Gallery: a Study of Online Virtual Environments

Interfacing the Digital