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Posted on behalf of Heather Barto, student, Masters in Museum Studies Program at
Our Mobile “Untours” or “Detours” workshop went really well, I think.
Museums and archives manage information about their collections, facilitate interdepartmental communication, and make collections available to the public using collection management software .
Integrating your nonprofit’s Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 campaigns is essential for success in online communications and fundraising. Rather that keeping them separate, once they are merged to compliment one another, your nonprofit’s ROI begins to grow exponentially. To begin, here are five ways to integrate social media into your nonprofit’s website:
This wiki is a companion to the paper, " Social Media and Organizational Change ," written for Museums and the Web 2011 by Dana Allen-Greil (Smithsonian), Susan Edwards (Getty), Jack Ludden (Getty), and Eric Johnson (Monticello).
“The collection catalogue is dead, long live the catalogue!”
One important leadership role for IMLS is to act as a clearinghouse for information. By performing needed research and by publicizing the activities of our grantees, IMLS helps museums and libraries nationwide improve their service. These resources demonstrate the creativity and ingenuity of our libraries and museums.
In a rapid changing enviornment, where technology (that splited on manconsists) is hustling to catch potential customers needs, museums are adopting handheld devices as a tool to share experience and knowledge with their visitors.
On April 7, 2011, Associate Director Kristen Purcell gave the keynote address at the Museums and the Web annual conference , held April 6-10 in Philadelphia, PA. An abstract for her talk, titled "Grounding Digital Information Trends," is as follows: The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project provides data on the rise of mobile internet, the increasing popularity of handheld devices such as cell phones, tablet computers and e-readers , the emergence of social media, and the move towards augmented realities that can help us identify how those trends are shaping the way content-oriented organizations like museums interact with their audiences now and will need to interact in the future.
1. Introduction When searching through the extensive amount of 1,400 papers presented on one of the previous Museums and the Web conferences, only a handful of papers on organizational change can be found.
Mosaic UK provides you with invaluable consumer insights and understanding: who, what, where, when, how and why. Understanding consumer behaviour and segmenting customers accordingly can help you to target, acquire, manage and develop profitable relationships and improve business results.
The usual question: Over the past 30+ years as a consultant in the field generally known as human factors engineering (aka usability engineering), I have been asked by hundreds of clients why users don’t find their company’s software engaging.
Good afternoon, Social Rabbit here with your guide to the world of social media. Last week I visited MONA – the Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart, Tasmania (Tasmania for the non-Aussie’s reading this is an island off the mainland of Australia). I was really really impressed with the way they incorporated the digital world into a real life experience.
Curated by Chris Cutler