Cliff Quinn, Technology Services Coordinator of the British Columbia
Museum Association, joined the Association in 1992. His post-secondary
training includes both Business Administration and Cartography. With
eighteen years' varied experience in such areas as underwater archaeology,
digital mapping, computer training, networks and databases, he designed
and implemented the Dogwood Regional Network, which now involves over
Cliff has also developed Heritage Access (HERA), a collections application
built on Microsoft Access for Heritage Branch sites, and created the
BC Museums Association's extensive website, Electronic Directory,
and homepages on the Internet for over 400 BC cultural institutions.
As Victoria Director of the Underwater Archaeological Society, he
has helped develop a database of historic ships and shipwrecks in
British Columbia, in addition to organizing a formal partnership between
the UASBC and the Maritime Museum of BC.
Cliff has developed and delivered a number of training courses,
from general computer training to specific collections management
both through the BCMA and with other organizations.
Cliff will present Why
Are We Here? Justifying Our Presence on the Internet.
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