ERIC Number: ED482046
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2003
Reference Count: N/A
Museums and the Web 2003: Selected Papers from an International Conference (7th, Charlotte, North Carolina, March 19-22, 2003).
Bearman, David, Ed.; Trant, Jennifer, Ed.
This is the proceedings of the seventh annual Museums and the Web conference which took place March 19-22, 2003. MW2003 was the premier international venue to review the state of the Web in arts, culture, and heritage. The formal program consisted of two plenary sessions, eighteen parallel sessions, 35 museum project demonstrations, dozens of commercial exhibits, full-day and half-day pre-conference workshops, and one-hour mini-workshops combined with a day-long usability lab, a day-long design "crit room", and the Best of the Web awards. Participants were webmasters, educators, curators, librarians, designers, managers, and directors who work in museums, libraries, archives, historic sites, and the companies that support them. A contents table lists, in alphabetical order by contributor, the speaker, speaker's country, title of the paper, type (paper, workshop, demonstration, etc.), and whether the paper is online. Papers describe innovations and developments in programs, procedures and technology in museums and arts institutions including: "Integrating Databases with Maps: the Delivery of Cultural Data through TimeMap" (Ian Johnson); "Software Tools for Indigenous Knowledge Management" (Jane Hunter, Bevan Koopman, Jane Sledge); "Dublin Core: The Base For An Indigenous Culture Environment?" (Liddy Nevile, Sophie Lissonnet); "A Prototype Digital Library For 3D Collections: Tools To Capture, Model, Analyze, and Query Complex 3D Data" (Jeremy Rowe, Anshuman Razdan); "The More You Look the More You Get: Intention-based Interface using Gaze-tracking" (Slavko Milekic); "Re-assessing Practice: visual art, visually impaired people and the Web" (Caro Howell, Dan Porter); "From GUI to Gallery: A Study of Online Virtual Environments" (Stephen Lawrence Guynup); "Interfacing the Digital" (Steve Dietz); "Practicing What We Teach: How Learning Theory Can Guide Development of Online Educational Activities" (David T. Schaller, Steven Allison-Bunnell); "Evaluating the Authenticity of Egyptian Cartonnage Fragments: Educational Outreach in Search of the Truth" (Paul Marty, Kim Sheahan, Ann Lacy); "Focus your young visitors: Kids Innovation Fundamental changes in digital edutainment" (Sebastian Sauer, Stefan Gobel); "Investigating Heuristic Evaluation: A Case Study" (Kate Haley Goldman, Laura Bendoly); "New Vision, New Realities: Methodology and Mission in Developing Interactive Videoconferencing Programming" (Patricia Barbanell, John Falco, Diana Newman); "A Rolling Evaluation Gathers No Moss" (Lee Anne Burrough, Lorrie Beaumont, David Schaller, Ethalinda Cannon); "The SEE Experience: Edutainment in 3D Virtual Worlds" (Nicoletta Di Blas, Paolo Paolini, Susan Hazan); "Make Your Museum Talk: Natural Language Interfaces for Cultural Institutions" (Stefania Boiano, Giuliano Gaia, Morgana Caldarini); "Interactive Character as a Virtual Tour Guide to an Online Museum Exhibition" (Pilar de Almeida, Shigeki Yokoi); "Experiencing Art on the Web with Virtual Companions" (Ido A. Iurgel); "Using Cinematic Techniques in a Multimedia Museum Guide" (M. Zancanaro, O. Stock, I. Alfaro); "The State of the Art in Museum Handhelds in 2003" (Nancy Proctor, Chris Tellis); and "Designing Multi-Channel Web Frameworks for Cultural Tourism Applications: the MUSE Case Study" (Franca Garzotto, Tullio Salmon Cinotti, Massimiliano Pigozzi). An accompanying CD-ROM includes: a list of all the speakers at the conference and links to their abstracts, biographies, and papers (where available); an overview of the Museums and the Web 2003 conference program and links to abstracts and paper biographies; and the results of the Best of the Web 2003 conference (requires Internet connection). Author biographies are included. Most papers contain references. (AEF)
Descriptors: Archives, Art, Information Technology, Institutional Libraries, Internet, Museums, Program Development, Special Libraries, World Wide Web
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Non-Print Media
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Archives and Museum Informatics, Pittsburgh, PA.