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Bearman, D., & Trant J. (2008).  Technologies, like Museums, are Social. Museums and the Web 2008.
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Zilber, J., & Marsh J. (2007).  Access.ca: Social Studies Resources for Canadian Teachers. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).International Cultural Heritage Informatics Meeting - ICHIM07: Proceedings. Abstract
Kaminski, J., Sodagar B., & McLoughlin J. (2007).  Modeling ICT deployment at heritage sites: a mechanism for impact assessment. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).International Cultural Heritage Informatics Meeting - ICHIM07: Proceedings. Abstract
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Carey, S., & Jeffrey R. (2006).  Audience Analysis in the Age of Engagement. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2006: Proceedings. Abstract
Bearman, D., & Trant J. (2006).  The Generative Web. Museums and the Web 2006.
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Bearman, D., & Trant J. (2001).  The Web as a Fact of Museum Life. Museums and the Web 2001.
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Garfinkle, R., & Johnson V. (1995).  Evaluating Scientific Visualizations. (David Bearman, Ed.).Multimedia Computing and Museums: Selected Papers from the Third International Conference on Hypermedia and Interactivity in Museums (ICHIM'95 / MCN '95), Volume 1. Abstract
Heinecke, A. (1995).  Evaluation of Hypermedia Systems in Museums. (David Bearman, Ed.).Multimedia Computing and Museums: Selected Papers from the Third International Conference on Hypermedia and Interactivity in Museums (ICHIM'95 / MCN '95), Volume 1. Abstract
Morrissey, K. (1995).  Technology, Orientations, and the Land of Oz. (David Bearman, Ed.).Hands On: Hypermedia & Interactivity in Museums: Selected Papers from the Third International Conference on Hypermedia and Interactivity in Museums: Volume 2 (ICHIM 95 / MCN 95). Abstract