Overview of MW98: Why you should attend MW98 Learn new skills to enhance your museum site Explore issues and controversies facing Museums and the Web Experts featured at MW98 Commercial products and services to enhance your web site Organizations supporting MW98: Online interchange regarding the virtual museum experience Juried awards to best web sites in 5 categories
MUSEUMS AND THE WEB 1998

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Demonstrations

Museum professionals demonstrated their sites and discussed the issues they faced in realizing them. A special "Canadian aisle" featured the museums of our host country.

Saturday, April 25, 1998

8:30 a.m.-
10:00 a.m.

or

12:00 p.m.
- 1:30 p.m.

A New Model for Interpretation: The ARTIFICE Project
Shelley Falconer and James Lee, McMichael Canadian Art Collection & Bruce Richard, The York Region Board of Education, Canada

Australian Museum Online
Anne Skates and Peter Firminger, Australian Museum, Australia

The Canadian Visual Arts Information Network
William Kirby, Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art, Canada

Concept and design of a gallery site - website of the German Art and Exhibition Hall - www.kah-bonn.de
Norbert Kanter, Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Germany

Cybernetics, Modernism & Pleasure in the MoMA Web Site
Greg Van Alstyne, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA

The Decade of the Arrow: An Interactive Multimedia Database for Bell Canada's ADSL Network
Victoria Dickenson, National Museum of Science and Technology Corporation, Andre D. Mercier, National Aviation Museum, Lia Pernatozzi & John Andrews, Digital Renaissance, Canada

Deutsches Museum Online: presenting science and technology on the Web
Matthias Knopp and Antje Harder, Deutsches Museum Online, Germany

Experience Music Project
Monica Hare and Melissa Taylor, Experience Music Project, USA

Exploring Amistad: Telling the Amistad Story Through Original Documents and Images
Guy Hermann, Mystic Seaport Museum, USA

Fibres, Fabrics and Fashion
Gaby Porter, Museum of Science and Industry, United Kingdom and Nick Clarke, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

Hampshire County Council Museums Service Web Catalogue
Martin Norgate, Hampshire County Council Museums Service, United Kingdom

The Impact of Internet on the Institution's Mission
Jules Morissette, Musée du civilisation Québec, Canada

Kiasma (Museum of Contemporary Art, Finland): Opening First Online
Tiina Alanko, Museum of Contemporary Art, Finland

Museumsnett Norge (Museumnet Norway)
Per Řyvind Riise, Norwegian Museum Authority, Norway

MusInfo: A Web-based Information System for Geneva's Museums
Nicholas Alex Crofts, Direction des Systèmes d'Information (DSI), Switzerland

National Museum of Namibia and African Museums Online
Joris Komen, National Museum of Namibia

Odyssey Online: Developing a Curriculum Resource on the World Wide Web
Patricia Cain Rodewald, Michael C. Carlos Museum, USA and Lindsey Mosby, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

The Science Learning Network
Lynne Rosentrater and Noel Wanner

Skunkworks: Anatomy of an Award-Winning Web Site
Julie Bowen, Ontario Science Center, Canada

Surfers, scholars, and sightseers: The Provincial Museum of Alberta's WWW presentation
Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Provincial Museum of Alberta, Canada

The Thinker
Dakin Hart, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

The Vasa Ship Museum Online
Tanja Sundström and Magnus Olofsson, The Vasa Museum, Sweden



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