Museums and the Web

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2010
Trant, J., & Bearman D. (2010).  Introduction: On Being Social. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2010: Selected Papers from an international Conference. 3-12. Abstract
2009
Trant, J., & Bearman D. (2009).  On Being Open [Introduction]. Museums and the Web 2009. Proceedings.
2008
Bearman, D., & Trant J. (2008).  Technologies, like Museums, are Social. Museums and the Web 2008.
2007
2006
Bearman, D., & Trant J. (2006).  The Generative Web. Museums and the Web 2006.
2005
Bearman, D., & Trant J. (2005).  Introduction. Museums and the Web 2005.
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2003
2002
Bearman, D., & Trant J. (2002).  Cyberspace in Our Space. Museums and the Web 2002.
2001
Bearman, D., & Trant J. (2001).  The Web as a Fact of Museum Life. Museums and the Web 2001.
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1995
Hay, K. E., King K. S., Hamilton D., & Ray A. E. (1995).  Collaboration between Research and Development Interests - The Case of The Digital Weather Station Exhibit. (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).