Museums and the Web

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Galan, R., & Clarke S. (2007).  Texas Tides: Digital Learning Consortium. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).International Cultural Heritage Informatics Meeting - ICHIM07: Proceedings. Abstract
Choquette, M. E. (2007).  Towards Hybridism in Curricula-based Cultural Heritage Information Management Education. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).International Cultural Heritage Informatics Meeting - ICHIM07: Proceedings. Abstract
van Dijk, D. (2007).  Operation Sigismund. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2007. Proceedings. Abstract
Springer, J., & White P. (2007).  Video iPods and Art Education. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2007. Proceedings. Abstract
Walker, K. (2007).  Visitor-constructed Personalized Learning Trails. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2007. Proceedings. Abstract
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Blyth, T. (2005).  Curating for Broadband. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2005: Proceedings. Abstract
Herren, M., & Sudra: M. (2005).  How Much Information Can You Hold in One Hand?. Digital Culture and Heritage. Proceedings of ICHIM05.Paris. Abstract
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Perlin, R. (1993).  Education and access: the New National Gallery videodisc on American Art. Museums and Interactive Multimedia: Selected papers from the second International Conference on Hypermedia and Interactivity in Museums. Abstract
Yenawine, P. (1993).  Multimedia and the politics of museum organisational change. Museums and Interactive Multimedia: Selected papers from the second International Conference on Hypermedia and Interactivity in Museums. Abstract
Kissel, O. (1993).  "Virtual museum" for school children. Museums and Interactive Multimedia: Selected papers from the second International Conference on Hypermedia and Interactivity in Museums. Abstract