Museums and the Web

An annual conference exploring the social, cultural, design, technological, economic, and organizational issues of culture, science and heritage on-line.

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2008
Adamczyk, P. (2008).  Ethnographic Methods and New Media Preservation. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2008. Proceedings. Abstract
Durbin, G. (2008).  Just Do It! Web 2.0 as task not technology. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2008. Proceedings. Abstract
Nulens, G., Beyl J., & De Nil B. (2008).  Online heritage presentation in Flanders. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2008. Proceedings. Abstract
Prior, D. (2008).  Parliament and the British Slave Trade 1600-1807. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2008. Proceedings. Abstract
Vergès, F. (2008).  A Postcolonial Museum of the Present. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2008. Proceedings. Abstract
Mannion, S. (2008).  Seeing Tibetan Art through Social Tags. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2008. Proceedings. Abstract
Smith, S. (2008).  User Expectations. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2008. Proceedings. Abstract
Bowen, J. (2008).  Wiki Software and Facilities for Museums. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2008. Proceedings. Abstract
Bearman, D., & Trant J. (2008).  Technologies, like Museums, are Social. Museums and the Web 2008.
Tunsch, T. (2008).  Museen und Wikis: Vorteile vernetzter Arbeitsgemeinschaften. MAI-Tagung ("museums and the internet"). Abstract
Tunsch, T. (2008).  Die Schöne und das Tier: Semantic Web und Wikis. Electronic Imaging & the Visual Arts Berlin. EVA 2008, 189-197. Abstract
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