Museums and the Web 2008, Selected Papers from an international conference
Edited by Jennifer Trant and David Bearman.
Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics, 2008.
David Bearman and Jennifer Trant, Archives & Museum Informatics, Canada ..... 3
Towards New Metrics Of Success For On-line Museum Projects
Social Presence: New Value for Museums and Networked Audiences
Where Do We Go From Here? Continuing with Web 2.0 at the Brooklyn Museum
Beyond Launch: Museum Videos on YouTube
Expressing Diverse Institutional Identities through Web 2.0
2. User Participation
Who Has The Responsibility For Saying What We See? Mashing up Museum, Artist, and Visitor Voices, On-site and On-line
From Ladders Of Participation To Networks Of Participation: Social Media And Museum Audiences
Getting “In Your Face”: Strategies for Encouraging Creativity, Engagement and Investment When the Museum is Offline
Bringing Cultural Heritage Into Primary School Classrooms Through Web Technology: The “Milano Romana Tecnologica” Case-Study
Teens Connect to Art and Each Other at Young People’s Laboratories for Art
3. Web Space
Building An Adaptive Museum Gallery In Second Life
Be Your Own Curator with the CHIP Tour Wizard
Modeling Portals for Cultural Landscapes
Hand-Held Heritage: The Development Of Mobile Applications By The Royal Commission On The Ancient And Historical Monuments Of Wales
Cultural Heritage on the (Geographical) Map
The Delphi Toolkit: Enabling Semantic Search for Museum Collections
Semantic Dissonance: Do We Need (And Do We Understand) The Semantic Web?
What Does Openness Mean To The Museum Community?
About the Authors
About the Authors ..... 205
Index to Authors, Institutions and Keywords ..... 215