People’s Choice voting is now open

Best of the Web: People’s Choice Award

Best of the Web is an annual contest to recognize the best museum work on the web. Sites are nominated by museum professionals from around the world and reviewed by a committee of peers.

Members of the Museums and the Web community, professionals, researchers and students in cultural informatics, may vote for the People’s Choice Award between March 23 and April 2 2014.

The People’s Choice is not intended to be a public popularity contest. Like the other Best of the Web Awards, the People’s Choice is an opportunity for peers – people in our field – to recognise good work. Broad, public campaigns for support are not encouraged. Collegial jostling is expected.

To vote log in to your account at Only registered users can vote for a site, and each user has one vote. If you don’t have an account please feel free to set one up. Accounts created during a campaign to promote a site will not be approved.

To the voting and list of nominated sites:

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About Kajsa Hartig

2017–ff Project manager: Research project Collecting Social Photo A Nordic collaboration researching the social digital photography from the perspective of archives and museums. 2011-ff Digital strategist and senior advisor, Department for Digital Interaction, Nordiska museet, Stockholm, Sweden. 2002-2010 Curator at the Swedish Secretariat for Photographic Collections at Nordiska museet, Stockholm, Sweden. Advisory role, maintaining a network of MLA-institutions. 2007-2010 Board member of ABM-centrum, Swedish Coordinating office for Archives, Libraries and Museums. Organizing seminars on access to digital collections, copyright etc. 1999-2002 Producer at Center for Business History. 1995-1999 Team manager/project secretary, multimedia production. Training and interests MA in Visual Anthropology in 1996, also a trained photographer. Have been working with multimedia publications since 1995, for Stockholm City Archives, Center for Business History among others. Especially interested in cultural heritage communication and the web.

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