Museums and the Web 1999

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Published: March 1999.

workshops

Experienced professionals offered in-depth training at Museums and the Web pre-conference Workshops.

On March 11, 1999 (the day before the formal Museums and the Web program began) full and half-day workshops were offered by leaders in the museum computing field. Topics were both theoretical and practical, offering attendees a focussed way to build their skills.

Thursday March 11, 1999

9:00 AM-
5:00 PM

full day

1. Immersive Histories: Digital Storytelling and Computer Game Design
Thom Gillespie, Indiana University, USA

9:00 AM-
5:00 PM

full day

2. Managing Your Museum Web Site
Naree Wongse-Sanit, Getty Education Institute for the Arts, USA
Jim Angus, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, USA

9:00 AM-
5:00 PM

full day

3. QuickTime Virtual Reality in Cultural Heritage Presentation
James Devine, University of Glasgow, Scotland

9:00 AM-
5:00 PM

full day

4. Images for the Web: Managing Digital Access Projects
Peter B. Hirtle, Cornell University, USA
Carol A. DeNatale, H.F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, USA

9:00 AM-
5:00 PM

full day

5. Schools & Museums in Partnership -- Creating Online Exhibits and Museums
CANCELLED

9:00 AM-
12:30 PM

half day

6. Developing Museum Information Policies
Michael S. Shapiro, Esq., Art Museum Image Consortium, USA

9:00 AM-
12:30 PM

half day

7. Digital Interfaces for Art & Science Exploration for Special Populations
Slavko Milekic, Hampshire College, USA

9:00 AM-
12:30 PM

half day

8. Web Publication Made Easy with SGML/XML
Jorge Gustavo Rocha, Universidade do Minho, Portugal

9:00 AM-
12:30 PM

half day

9. Building Your Own Web Site
Jonathan Bowen, University of Reading, United Kingdom

9:00 AM-
12:30 PM

half day

10. MW99 City Desk
CANCELLED

1:30 PM-
5:00 PM

half day

11. WebSite Information Architecture: Planning and Designing Information Collections on the Web
Paul Kahn, Dynamic Diagrams, USA

1:30 PM-
5:00 PM

half day

12. Selecting Advanced Features for Museum Web Sites
Jonathan Bowen, University of Reading, United Kingdom

1:30 PM-
5:00 PM

half day

13. Implementing the Dublin Core for Museums
Paul Miller, UK Office for Library & Information Networking, United Kingdom
Thomas Hofmann, The Powerhouse Museum, Australia

1:30 PM-
5:00 PM

half day

14. Musing on Meanings: Theory and Practice of Museum Web Site Development and Use
Peter Samis, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, USA
Larry Friedlander, Stanford Learning Lab, USA

6:00 PM-
8:00 PM

event

Re-U Man In the Beginning God Was Dead: Re-U-Man
Udi Aloni, USA