MUSEUMS AND THE WEB 1998

Overview of MW98: Why you should attend MW98 Learn new skills to enhance your museum site Explore issues and controversies facing Museums and the Web Experts featured at MW98 Commercial products and services to enhance your web site Organizations supporting MW98: Online interchange regarding the virtual museum experience Juried awards to best web sites in 5 categories

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Overview of MW98: Why you should attend MW98 Learn new skills to enhance your museum site Explore issues and controversies facing Museums and the Web Experts featured at MW98 Commercial products and services to enhance your web site Organizations supporting MW98: Online interchange regarding the virtual museum experience Juried awards to best web sites in 5 categories

Gail Rubini

Artist and Associate Professor, Florida State University

Gail Rubini currently is a member of the art faculty in the design area at Florida State University. She is a founding Board Member of the Museum of Art Tallahssee where she has been developing the Online Learning Environment, an innovative web based experience developed by using interactive 3-D and sound/video transmission technologies, the project will improve public access of science and art exhibits through the use of high-quality telecommunication and information technologies. Specifically, the On-Line Learning Environment will create a virtual Cultural Center with virtual exhibitions, interactive access to virtual exhibits and people within the Capital Cultural Center and a template for further virtual tours.

Gail Rubini has been at Florida State University from 1989, where she was Chair of the Studio Art department from 1989 - 1995. Previously, she was the Dean of Education at the Center for Media Arts in New York City from 1981-89. She recently finished a series of exhibitions, publications and web site entitled: The Future of the Book of the Future which examined the future forms for the dissemination of information.

Gail will co-present Visual/Human Interface for Virtual Exhibitions.


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