Speakers
April 15-18, 2009
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Speakers

Selected Papers

MW2009 featured speakers from around the world, presenting their latest work and research findings. Proposals were peer-reviewed by an international Program Committee in a very competitive process. Selected authors should consult the Information for Authors.

For more information about types of sessions, consult the Presentation Formats.

SpeakerCountryTitleTypePaper
Piotr Adamczyk, PiotrUSAMuseum Pipes: A Yahoo Pipes Data Integration ExperimentDemo. 
Rob Adamson, RobUnited KingdomDoing it for the kids: Tate Online on engaging, entertaining and (stealthily) educating six to 12 year oldsPaper  go to paper
Lauren Addario, LaurenUSAEngaging Students as Producers of CultureDemo. 
Kirk Alexander, KirkUSANew Technology Brings New Life to Art History: The Piero Project StoryDemo.  go to paper
Daniel Aliaga, DanielUSAAn Interactive Display for the Real‐Time Viewing of Virtually Restored Museum ArtifactsDemo.  go to paper
Jesse Allison, JesseUSAHybrid Realities: Visiting the Virtual MuseumDemo.  go to paper
Steven Allison-Bunnell, StevenUSALearning in the Wild: Evaluating WolfQuest’s impact on game playersPaper  go to paper
Maxwell Anderson, MaxwellUSAMoving from Virtual to VisceralPaper 
Renee Anderson, ReneeUSATechniques for prioritizing, road-mapping, and staffing your web site: a feature prioritization primerMini-
Workshop
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Edward Bachta, EdwardUSAMuseums and Cloud Computing: Ready for Primetime, or Just Vaporware?Paper  go to paper
Edward Bachta, EdwardUSAArtBabble: A High Quality, Cloud Based Video Platform for Art ContentDemo. 
Tracey Baker, TraceyUSACollaborative History - Creating (and Fostering) a Wiki CommunityPaper  go to paper
Timothy Baldwin, TimothyAustraliaCheap, Accurate RFID Tracking of Museum Visitors for Personalised Content DeliveryPaper  go to paper
Wallis Barnicoat, WallisNew ZealandNZMuseums: Showcasing the collections of all New Zealand museumsPaper  go to paper
Georgina Bath Goodlander, GeorginaUSAFictional press releases and fake artifacts: How the Smithsonian American Art Museum is letting game players redefine the rulesPaper  go to paper
Martin Bazley, MartinUnited KingdomPedagogy and Design: Understanding Teacher Use of Online Museum ResourcesPaper  go to paper
David Bearman, David Canada Un-conference pitches Inter-
action
David Bearman, DavidCanadaClosing Plenary PanelPanel
Massimo Bergamasco, MassimoItalyWeb Dissemination of Cultural Content Through Information LandscapesDemo.  go to paper
Ashish Bhagrath, AshishCanadaJoe Fafard at the National Gallery of CanadaDemo. 
Timothy Bickmore, TimothyUSAA Responsive Virtual Human Museum Guide at the Boston Museum of ScienceDemo. 
Steffen Böddeker, SteffenCanadaEmerging Web Browsing AlternativesPaper  go to paper
Luca Botturi, LucaSwitzerlandCity Treasure: Mobile Games for Learning Cultural HeritagePaper  go to paper
Michael Boyles, MichaelUSATour: Indiana University Advanced Visualization LabClose-Up 
Paula Bray, PaulaAustraliaFlickr Commons: Open licensing and the future for collectionsPaper  go to paper
Lewis Brown, LewisNew ZealandDigital New Zealand - helping make New Zealand content easier to find share and useMini-
Workshop
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Allegra Burnette, AllegraUSARedesigning Your Museum’s Website: A Survivor’s GuideMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Allegra Burnette, AllegraUSAThe Handheld Handbook: Capturing best practices in mobile interpretation for museumsMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Marcello Carrozzino, MarcelloItalyNew Technology Brings New Life to Art History: The Piero Project StoryDemo.  go to paper
Marcello Carrozzino, MarcelloItalyWeb Dissemination of Cultural Content Through Information LandscapesDemo.  go to paper
Joanna Champagne, JoannaUSARedesigning Your Museum’s Website: A Survivor’s GuideMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Sebastian Chan, SebastianAustraliaWeb analytics and measuring on-line success in a rapidly changing on-line landscape - FULLWorkshop 
Sebastian Chan, SebastianAustraliaPlanning for Social Media - FULLWorkshop 
Susan Chun, SusanUSASteve in Action: Social Tagging Tools and Methods AppliedMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Paul Clifford, PaulUnited KingdomLearning in the galleries using portable devices, websites and digital contentDemo. 
Matthew Cock, MatthewUnited KingdomOn-line videos of Deaf children interpreting the collections in Sign LanguageDemo. 
Karin Coninx, KarinBelgiumMobile guides and context-specific educational mobile gamesMini-
Workshop
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Aaron Straup Cope, Aaron StraupUSAThe Interpretation of Bias (and the bias of interpretation)Paper  go to paper
Rick Crosslin, RickUSAMerging the physical and the virtual in science educationDemo. 
Ari Davidow, AriUSAFedora, Drupal, and Cloud Computing for a low-cost, sustainable DAMPaper  go to paper
Ari Davidow, AriUSAJewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical EncyclopediaDemo. 
Brian Dawson, BrianCanadaCollection effects: examining the actual use of on-line archival imagesPaper  go to paper
Vincent de Keijzer, VincentThe NetherlandsDown to Earth. Social Media and Institutional ChangePaper  go to paper
Genevieve de Mahy, GenevieveCanadaCanadian War Museum Online Resource: Canada and the First World WarDemo. 
Bert Degenhart Drenth, BertThe NetherlandsProgramming the iPhone/iPod touch for your museumWorkshop 
Patricia Deiser, PatriciaThe NetherlandsDown to Earth. Social Media and Institutional ChangePaper  go to paper
Alessandra di Maria, AlessandraSwitzerlandCity Treasure: Mobile Games for Learning Cultural HeritagePaper  go to paper
Lily Diaz, LilyFinlandUsing Online Maps for User-Generated Content in MuseumsPaper  go to paper
Robin Dowden, RobinUSATear Down the Walls: The Re-design of ArtsConnectEd.orgPaper  go to paper
Robin Dowden, RobinUSAArtsConnectEdDemo. 
Jeff Doyle, JeffUSABuilding Museum Communities through Online ExhibitsDemo. 
Vivian Ducat, VivianUSABringing documents to lifeDemo. 
Robert Duffy, RobertUSAWexner Center for the ArtsDemo. 
Gail Durbin, GailUnited KingdomOut there: museum and user generated content on social media sitesMini-
Workshop
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Jason Ediger, JasonUSAiTunes UMini-
Workshop
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Mike Ellis, MikeUnited Kingdomhoard.it: Aggregating, displaying and mining object-data without consentPaper  go to paper
Chiara Evangelista, ChiaraItalyWeb Dissemination of Cultural Content Through Information LandscapesDemo.  go to paper
Tiffany Farriss, TiffanyUSARemote Data Strategies with Drupal: Integrating and Extending Your Collection On-line - FULLWorkshop 
Sonia Feigenbaum, SoniaUSANEH Funding OpportunitiesInter-
action
 
John Fillwalk, JohnUSAHybrid Realities: Visiting the Virtual MuseumDemo.  go to paper
Eddy Flerackers, EddyBelgiumMobile guides and context-specific educational mobile gamesMini-
Workshop
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Ted Forbes, TedUSAPodcast Production: From Concept to Delivery - FULLWorkshop 
Kris Gabriëls, KrisBelgiumMobile guides and context-specific educational mobile gamesMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Judy Gagen, JudyUSATour: Indianapolis ZooClose-Up 
Steve Gardam, SteveUnited KingdomDeveloping effective e-Learning resources: a practical guideWorkshop 
Steve Gardam, SteveUnited KingdomCreative Spaces - National Museums Online Learning ProjectDemo. 
Larry Garfield, LarryUSARemote Data Strategies with Drupal: Integrating and Extending Your Collection On-line - FULLWorkshop 
Matt Gipson, MattUSAArtBabble: A High Quality, Cloud Based Video Platform for Art ContentDemo. 
Kim Glover, KimUSATaking Control of Your Website's DestinyMini-
Workshop
 
Virginia Gow, VirginiaNew ZealandDigital New Zealand - helping make New Zealand content easier to find share and useMini-
Workshop
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Virginia Gow, VirginiaNew ZealandDigital New Zealand - helping make New Zealand content easier to find share and useDemo. 
Jeff Grabill, JeffUSATake Two: A Study of the Co-Creation of Knowledge on Museum Web 2.0 SitesPaper  go to paper
Emily Grossman, EmilyUSAPimp My Website: Tech Tools to Redesign and Reinvigorate Museum Websites on a BudgetMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Karen Hager, KarenCanadaWe Tube: Getting physical with a virtual community through a YouTube MeetupPaper  go to paper
Kate Haley Goldman, KateUSALearning in the Wild: Evaluating WolfQuest’s impact on game playersPaper  go to paper
Kate Haley Goldman, KateUSAEvaluation Methods: A PracticumWorkshop 
James Harold, JamesUSASpitzer's Multi-Gigapixel GLIMPSE of the Milky WayDemo. 
Timothy Hart, TimothyAustraliaOrganisational Change for the On-line World - Steering the Good Ship Museum VictoriaPaper  go to paper
Yves-Marie Haussone, Yves-MarieFranceCollaborative annotation system using vocal comments recorded on mobile phones and audioguides: the Centre Pompidou exhibitionPaper  go to paper
Megan Heckert, MeganUSAPutting Museum Collections on the Map: Application of Geographic Information SystemsPaper  go to paper
Lieke Heijmans, Liekethe NetherlandsImages for the Future: digitisation for accessMini-
Workshop
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Erik Hekman, ErikThe NetherlandsI Know What This is!Demo. 
David Henry, DavidUSAIntro to Drupal for MuseumsWorkshop 
Steven Herb, StevenUSAA Literary Map for the Future: Integrating Technology, History, and CultureDemo. 
Joe Hoover, JoeUSACollaborative History - Creating (and Fostering) a Wiki CommunityPaper  go to paper
Carolyn Howitt, CarolynUnited KingdomOn-line videos of Deaf children interpreting the collections in Sign LanguageDemo. 
Morag Hutcheson, MoragCanadaGPS-Triggered Location-Based Technologies at Parks Canada: The Explora ProjectPaper  go to paper
Eero Hyvönen, EeroFinlandCultureSampo - Finnish Culture on the Semantic Web 2.0: Thematic Perspectives for the End-userPaper  go to paper
Eero Hyvönen, EeroFinlandCultureSampo - A Collective Memory of Finnish Cultural Heritage on the Semantic Web 2.0Demo. 
Daniel Incandela, DanielUSASeeking Balance in the Online Video LandscapeMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Daniel Incandela, DanielUSAThe Handheld Handbook: Capturing best practices in mobile interpretation for museumsMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Daniel Incandela, DanielUSAArtBabble: A High Quality, Cloud Based Video Platform for Art ContentDemo. 
Alessandro Inversini, AlessandroSwitzerlandCity Treasure: Mobile Games for Learning Cultural HeritagePaper  go to paper
Junko Iwabuchi, JunkoJapanCombining all the resources on the BCCKS: Easy way to create on line brochures of eventsDemo. 
Amy Jackson, AmyUSAPatchwork Prototyping a Collections DashboardDemo. 
Sharna Jackson, SharnaUnited KingdomDoing it for the kids: Tate Online on engaging, entertaining and (stealthily) educating six to 12 year oldsPaper  go to paper
Nicholas Jakobsen, NicholasCanadaThe Reciprocal Research NetworkDemo. 
Alan Jalowitz, AlanUSAA Literary Map for the Future: Integrating Technology, History, and CultureDemo. 
CÚcilia Jauniau, CéciliaFranceCollaborative annotation system using vocal comments recorded on mobile phones and audioguides: the Centre Pompidou exhibitionPaper  go to paper
Courtney Johnston, CourtneyNew ZealandDigital New Zealand - helping make New Zealand content easier to find share and useMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Brian Kelly, BrianUnited KingdomSaaSy APIs (Openness in the Cloud)Mini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Brian Kelly, BrianUnited KingdomTime To Stop Doing and Start Thinking: A Framework For Exploiting Web 2.0 ServicesPaper  go to paper
Christopher Kenneally, ChristopherUSADigital Content: Identifying the "Orphans" & Monetizing the HeirloomsDemo. 
Kristel Kerstens, KristelThe NetherlandsOut There: Connecting people, places and storiesPaper  go to paper
Jes Koepfler, JesUSALearning in the Wild: Evaluating WolfQuest’s impact on game playersPaper  go to paper
Jes Koepfler, JesUSAEvaluation Methods: A PracticumWorkshop 
Frank Kresin, FrankThe NetherlandsOut There: Connecting people, places and storiesPaper  go to paper
Lejoe Thomas Kuriakose, Lejoe ThomasAustraliaCheap, Accurate RFID Tracking of Museum Visitors for Personalised Content DeliveryPaper  go to paper
Yves-Marie L'Hour, Yves-MarieFranceCollaborative annotation system using vocal comments recorded on mobile phones and audioguides: the Centre Pompidou exhibitionPaper  go to paper
Paul Lacey, PaulUSAMake It Multi-TouchWorkshop 
Marc Ladouceur, MarcCanadaCollection effects: examining the actual use of on-line archival imagesPaper  go to paper
Ethan Lasser, EthanUSASocial Tagging in the Museum: The Chipstone Galleries at the Milwaukee Art Museum.Demo. 
Marilyn Aronberg Lavin, Marilyn AronbergUSANew Technology Brings New Life to Art History: The Piero Project StoryDemo.  go to paper
Alvin Law, AlvinUSAAn Interactive Display for the Real‐Time Viewing of Virtually Restored Museum ArtifactsDemo.  go to paper
Tiffany Leason, TiffanyUSASteve in Action: Social Tagging Tools and Methods AppliedMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Mariruth Leftwich, MariruthUnited KingdomPedagogy and Design: Understanding Teacher Use of Online Museum ResourcesPaper  go to paper
Andrew Lewis, AndrewUnited KingdomSmall scale museum videos on the webDemo. 
Jenny Litz, JennyUSAA Literary Map for the Future: Integrating Technology, History, and CultureDemo. 
Rhiannon Looseley, RhiannonUnited KingdomMuseums & wikis: two case studiesPaper  go to paper
Jack Ludden, JackUSACalifornia Video Exhibition kiosk and web siteDemo. 
Kris Luyten, KrisBelgiumMobile guides and context-specific educational mobile gamesMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Kathryn Lyons, KathrynCanadaCanadian War Museum Online Resource: Canada and the First World WarDemo. 
Marsha MacDowell, MarshaUSAThe Quilt Index Goes 2.0: A Fiberspace Case StudyPaper  go to paper
Shelley Mannion, ShelleySwitzerlandSeeing Tibetan ArtDemo. 
Elke Manshoven, ElkeBelgiumMobile guides and context-specific educational mobile gamesMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Layla Masri, LaylaUSAPimp My Website: Tech Tools to Redesign and Reinvigorate Museum Websites on a BudgetMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Dee McConville, DeeUSATour: Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western ArtClose-Up 
Richard McCoy, RichardUSAAn Interactive Display for the Real‐Time Viewing of Virtually Restored Museum ArtifactsDemo.  go to paper
Maureen McEvoy, MaureenCanadaMy KarshDemo.  go to paper
Alexandra McIntosh, AlexandraCanadaEmerging Web Browsing AlternativesPaper  go to paper
Amy McKune, AmyUSAAn Interactive Display for the Real‐Time Viewing of Virtually Restored Museum ArtifactsDemo.  go to paper
Angela McNew, AngelaUSATour: The Children's Museum of IndianapolisClose-Up 
Angela McNew, AngelaUSAMerging the physical and the virtual in science educationDemo. 
David Methven, DavidAustraliaOrganisational Change for the On-line World - Steering the Good Ship Museum VictoriaPaper  go to paper
Slavko Milekic, SlavkoUSAAction, affection and control: Interface guidelines for complex visual contentPaper  go to paper
Dana Mitroff Silvers, DanaUSARedesigning Your Museum’s Website: A Survivor’s GuideMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Charles Moad, CharlesUSAMuseums and Cloud Computing: Ready for Primetime, or Just Vaporware?Paper  go to paper
Charles Moad, CharlesUSAArtBabble: A High Quality, Cloud Based Video Platform for Art ContentDemo. 
Kathi Moore, KathiUSATour: Indiana State MuseumClose-Up 
Richard Morgan, RichardUnited KingdomWhat is your museum good at and how do you build an API for it?Mini-
Workshop
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Andy Neale, AndyNew ZealandDigital New Zealand - helping make New Zealand content easier to find share and useMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Veronica Neri, VeronicaItalyWeb Dissemination of Cultural Content Through Information LandscapesDemo.  go to paper
Kathy Nicholaichuk, KathyCanadaWe Tube: Getting physical with a virtual community through a YouTube MeetupPaper  go to paper
Sally Olding, SallyUnited KingdomPopped!Demo. 
Adriana Olmos, AdrianaCanadaEmerging Web Browsing AlternativesPaper  go to paper
Johan Oomen, JohanThe NetherlandsImages for the Future: digitisation for accessMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Maureen Ose, MaureenUSAQuilt Explorer: High Touch Tech, Timeless TraditionDemo. 
Stephanie Pau, StephanieUSAAfter the heroism, collaboration: Developing an inter-departmental interpretive goals process at SFMOMAPaper  go to paper
Gordon Paynter, GordonNew ZealandDigital New Zealand - helping make New Zealand content easier to find share and useMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Darren Peacock, DarrenAustraliaOrientation for first time attendeesInter-
action
 
Darren Peacock, DarrenAustraliaContent Management: Strategies and Systems - FULLWorkshop 
Darren Peacock, DarrenAustraliaReaching School-based users with museum digital content: A comparative analysis of new initiatives in Australia and CanadaPaper  go to paper
Darren Peacock, DarrenAustraliaGreat Expectations: Sustaining Participation in Social Media SpacesPaper  go to paper
Stacey Pigg, StaceyUSATake Two: A Study of the Co-Creation of Knowledge on Museum Web 2.0 SitesPaper  go to paper
Jon Pratty, JonUnited KingdomInto the blue with RSS - a practical workshop to build cultural feeds - FULLWorkshop 
Nancy Proctor, NancyUSAThe Handheld Handbook: Capturing best practices in mobile interpretation for museumsMini-
Workshop
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Vincent Puig, VincentFranceCollaborative annotation system using vocal comments recorded on mobile phones and audioguides: the Centre Pompidou exhibitionPaper  go to paper
Lola Pyne, LolaUSAHistory at Your Fingertips: Providing Access via Interactive Multi-touch TechnologyDemo.  go to paper
Ulrike Radermacher, UlrikeCanadaThe Reciprocal Research NetworkDemo. 
Intiaz Rahim, IntiazCanadaMy KarshDemo.  go to paper
Marcia Rak, MarciaCanadaCollection effects: examining the actual use of on-line archival imagesPaper  go to paper
Dean Rehberger, DeanUSAThe Quilt Index Goes 2.0: A Fiberspace Case StudyPaper  go to paper
Christophe Rhin, ChristopheFranceGPS-Triggered Location-Based Technologies at Parks Canada: The Explora ProjectPaper  go to paper
Justine Richardson, JustineCanadaThe Quilt Index Goes 2.0: A Fiberspace Case StudyPaper  go to paper
Mia Ridge, Mia United Kingdom Un-conference pitches Inter-
action
 
Mia Ridge, MiaUnited KingdomG.O.D. Brought to Life (and mashed up)Demo. 
Fiona Rigby, FionaNew ZealandDigital New Zealand - helping make New Zealand content easier to find share and useMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Karel Robert, KarelBelgiumMobile guides and context-specific educational mobile gamesMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Frankie Roberto, FrankieUnited KingdomInter-
action Design for Museums on the Web
Workshop 
Frankie Roberto, FrankieUnited KingdomMuseums & wikis: two case studiesPaper  go to paper
Mimi Roberts, MimiUSAEngaging Students as Producers of CultureDemo. 
Paul Rowe, PaulNew ZealandNZMuseums: Showcasing the collections of all New Zealand museumsPaper  go to paper
Susan Rowley, SusanCanadaThe Reciprocal Research NetworkDemo. 
Carolyn Royston, CarolynUnited KingdomDeveloping effective e-Learning resources: a practical guideWorkshop 
Carolyn Royston, CarolynUnited KingdomA guide to managing a large multi-institutional project in the cultural sectorMini-
Workshop
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Carolyn Royston, CarolynUnited KingdomWebQuests - National Museums Online Learning ProjectDemo. 
Emanuele Ruffaldi, EmanueleItalyWeb Dissemination of Cultural Content Through Information LandscapesDemo.  go to paper
Angelina Russo, AngelinaAustraliaGreat Expectations: Sustaining Participation in Social Media SpacesPaper  go to paper
Angelina Russo, AngelinaAustraliaPlanning for Social Media - FULLWorkshop 
Joanna Saad-Sulonen, JoannaFinlandUsing Online Maps for User-Generated Content in MuseumsPaper  go to paper
Mariana Salgado, MarianaFinlandUsing Online Maps for User-Generated Content in MuseumsPaper  go to paper
Peter Samis, PeterUSAAfter the heroism, collaboration: Developing an inter-departmental interpretive goals process at SFMOMAPaper  go to paper
Peter Samis, PeterUSAThe Handheld Handbook: Capturing best practices in mobile interpretation for museumsMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Andrea Sanborn, AndreaCanadaThe Reciprocal Research NetworkDemo. 
Scott Sayre, ScottUSATear Down the Walls: The Re-design of ArtsConnectEd.orgPaper  go to paper
Dave Schaepe, DaveCanadaThe Reciprocal Research NetworkDemo. 
David Schaller, DavidUSALearning in the Wild: Evaluating WolfQuest’s impact on game playersPaper  go to paper
Nicholas Schonberger, NicholasUSA21st-Century AbeDemo. 
Jolien Schroyen, JolienBelgiumMobile guides and context-specific educational mobile gamesMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Charlotte Sexton, CharlotteUnited KingdomRedesigning Your Museum’s Website: A Survivor’s GuideMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Rose Sherman, RoseUSACollaborative History - Creating (and Fostering) a Wiki CommunityPaper  go to paper
Rose Sherman, RoseUSACreating Interactive Timelines Using DipityDemo. 
Amanda Sikarskie, AmandaUSAThe Quilt Index Goes 2.0: A Fiberspace Case StudyPaper  go to paper
Nina Simon, Nina USA Un-conference pitches Inter-
action
 
Nina Simon, NinaUSAGoing Analog: Translating Virtual Learnings into Real Institutional ChangeMini-
Workshop
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Nina Simon, NinaUSAClosing Plenary PanelPanel 
Koven Smith, KovenUSAThe Handheld Handbook: Capturing best practices in mobile interpretation for museumsMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Jim Spadaccini, JimUSAMake It Multi-TouchWorkshop 
Leona Sparrow, LeonaCanadaThe Reciprocal Research NetworkDemo. 
Grant Spickelmier, GrantUSALearning in the Wild: Evaluating WolfQuest’s impact on game playersPaper  go to paper
Rob Stein, RobUSAMuseums and Cloud Computing: Ready for Primetime, or Just Vaporware?Paper  go to paper
Rob Stein, RobUSATour: Indianapolis Museum of ArtClose-Up 
Rob Stein, RobUSASeeking Balance in the Online Video LandscapeMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Rob Stein, RobUSASteve in Action: Social Tagging Tools and Methods AppliedMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Rob Stein, RobUSAArtBabble: A High Quality, Cloud Based Video Platform for Art ContentDemo. 
Stuart Tait, StuartAustraliaReaching School-based users with museum digital content: A comparative analysis of new initiatives in Australia and CanadaPaper  go to paper
Tamara Tarasoff, TamaraCanadaGPS-Triggered Location-Based Technologies at Parks Canada: The Explora ProjectPaper  go to paper
Franco Tecchia, FrancoItalyNew Technology Brings New Life to Art History: The Piero Project StoryDemo.  go to paper
DaniŰl Teunkens, DaniëlBelgiumMobile guides and context-specific educational mobile gamesMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Nikki Timmermans, NikkiThe NetherlandsImages for the Future: digitisation for accessMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Corey Timpson, CoreyCanadaReaching School-based users with museum digital content: A comparative analysis of new initiatives in Australia and CanadaPaper  go to paper
Corey Timpson, CoreyCanadaJoe Fafard at the National Gallery of CanadaDemo. 
Jennifer Trant, JenniferCanadaOrientation for first time attendeesInter-
action
 
Jennifer Trant, Jennifer Canada Un-conference pitches Inter-
action
 
Jennifer Trant, JenniferCanadaCrit RoomInter-
action
 
Jennifer Trant, JenniferCanadaClosing Plenary PanelPanel 
Michael Twidale, MichaelUSAUsability LabInter-
action
 
Michael Twidale, MichaelUSAPatchwork Prototyping a Collections DashboardDemo. 
Richard Urban, RichardUSAPatchwork Prototyping a Collections DashboardDemo. 
Dick van Dijk, DickThe NetherlandsOut There: Connecting people, places and storiesPaper  go to paper
Harry van Vliet, HarryThe NetherlandsI Know What This is!Demo. 
Harry Verwayen, HarryThe NetherlandsImages for the Future: digitisation for accessMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Kevin von Appen, KevinCanadaWe Tube: Getting physical with a virtual community through a YouTube MeetupPaper  go to paper
Paul Walk, PaulUnited KingdomSaaSy APIs (Openness in the Cloud)Mini-
Workshop
  go to paper
Ryan Wallace, RyanCanadaThe Reciprocal Research NetworkDemo. 
Katie Walton, KatieUSAiTunes UMini-
Workshop
  go to paper
John Harlan Warren, John HarlanUSAThe Roar of a Virtual Campfire: Using Video Podcasts to Attract Young Adults to New York’s National ParksPaper  go to paper
Steve Wilson, SteveUSAiTunes UMini-
Workshop
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Katie Wittenauer, KatieUSATake Two: A Study of the Co-Creation of Knowledge on Museum Web 2.0 SitesPaper  go to paper
Mary Worrall, MaryUSAThe Quilt Index Goes 2.0: A Fiberspace Case StudyPaper  go to paper
Yu Hong Yeung, Yu HongUSAAn Interactive Display for the Real‐Time Viewing of Virtually Restored Museum ArtifactsDemo.  go to paper
Dan Zambonini, DanUnited Kingdomhoard.it: Aggregating, displaying and mining object-data without consentPaper  go to paper
Darlene Ziemann, DarleneUSATour: The Children's Museum of IndianapolisClose-Up 
Larry Zimmerman, LarryUSAAn Interactive Display for the Real‐Time Viewing of Virtually Restored Museum ArtifactsDemo.  go to paper