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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Sharing cultural heritage the linked open data way: why you should sign up

Johan Oomen and Lotte Belice Baltussen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, The Netherlands with Marieke van Erp, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Building an Online Commons for the Park

Christina DePaolo, Balboa Park Online Collaborative, Zachary Szukala, Seso, USA and Erick Kendrick, Piction, Australia

http://www.bpoc.org

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Building an Online Commons for Balboa Park

Solving the thorny last mile of mobile app delivery : smArtaccess, a highly customized Wi-Fi system

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Wi-Fi
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app
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delivery
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access
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store
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restricted
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Exhibitor Briefing - discuss your product. Confirmed Exhibitors only
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Delivering mobile from the ground-up: exploring the approach

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mobile
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digital
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framework
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evaluation
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interpretation
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access
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The challenges of delivering a meaningful ‘mobile’ experience for an institution are not always technology-related. Securing cross-departmental stakeholder investment and ensuring alignment with the institution’s core mission have been key for National Museums Scotland and National Museum Wales in developing a framework for their mobile programme.

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Paper - in formal session

Event-driven Access to Heterogeneous Distributed Museum Collections

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art history
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access
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browsing
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resource discovery
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events
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data integration
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This demonstration is the first prototype of the event-driven collection browsing platform that is being developed within the Agora project. In this demo, we show how museum collections can be accessed by users based on historical events.

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Demonstration - show your project

Archival Methods

Bearman, D. (1989).  Archival Methods. Archives and Museum Informatics Technical Reports. 67 pp.

Implementing the Cognitive Layer of a Hypermedia

Signore, O., Bartoli R., Fresta G., & Loffredo M. (1997).  Implementing the Cognitive Layer of a Hypermedia. Museum Interactive Multimedia 1997: cultural heritage systems design and interfaces. Selected Papers from ichim97.