Museums and the Web

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The Omni Hotel Los Angeles, USA, location of the first Museums and the Web conference in 1997.
A gathering of a number of Wikipedians in Denver, USA, for the Museums and the Web 2010 conference (MW2010).

The annual MuseWeb (formerly Museums and the Web [1][2][3][4]) conference is the leading international conference in the field of museums and their websites. It was founded and organized by Archives & Museum Informatics and took place each Spring in North America from 1997 to 2011.[5][6] Since then has been organized by Museums and the Web LLC[7][8][9] and Co-Chaired by Nancy Proctor[10] and Rich Cherry,[11] who also co-edit the proceedings.[12][13]

Overview[edit]

The conference includes the GLAMi awards[14][15][16](The Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums Innovation awards) which recognizes the best GLAM work in the sector. Projects are nominated by GLAM professionals from around the world and reviewed by a committee of peers.[17] The conference previously included annual "Best of the Web awards" for museum-related websites in a number of different categories, as well as an overall winner.[18]

Individual conferences[edit]

The following events have been held or are planned:[19]

  1. MW1997, March 16–19, 1997 — Los Angeles, California, USA
  2. MW1998, April 22–25, 1998 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  3. MW1999, March 11–14, 1999 — New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
  4. MW2000, April 16–19, 2000 — Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA[20]
  5. MW2001, March 14–17, 2001 — Seattle, Washington, USA[21][22]
  6. MW2002, April 17–20, 2002 — Boston, Massachusetts, USA[23][24]
  7. MW2003, March 19–22, 2003 — Charlotte, North Carolina, USA[25][26]
  8. MW2004, March 31 – April 3, 2004 — Arlington, Virginia / Washington DC, USA[27]
  9. MW2005, April 13–17, 2005 — Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada[28]
  10. MW2006, March 22–25, 2006 — Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
  11. MW2007, April 11–14, 2007 — San Francisco, California, USA
  12. MW2008, April 8–12, 2008 — Montreal, Quebec, Canada[29][30][31]
  13. MW2009, April 14–18, 2009 — Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
  14. MW2010, April 13–17, 2010 — Denver, Colorado, USA
  15. MW2011, April 6–9, 2011 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
  16. MW2012, April 11–14, 2012 — San Diego, California, USA[12]
  17. MW2013, April 17–20, 2013 — Portland, Oregon, USA [32]
  18. MWA2013, December 9–12, 2013 — Hong Kong
  19. MWF2014, February 19–21, 2014 — Florence, Italy
  20. MW2014, April 2–5, 2014 — Baltimore, Maryland, USA [33]
  21. MWA2014, October 7–10, 2014 — Daejeon & Seoul, South Korea
  22. MW2015, April 8–11, 2015 — Chicago, Illinois, USA [34]
  23. MWA2015, October 5–9, 2015 — Melbourne, Australia
  24. MW2016, April 6–9, 2016 — Los Angeles, California, USA [35]
  25. MW17, April 19–22, 2017 — Cleveland, Ohio, USA [36][37]
  26. MW18, April 18–21, 2018 — Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada [38][39]
  27. MW19, April 2–6, 2019 — Boston, Massachusetts, USA [40]
  28. MW20, March 31-April 4, 2020 — This event was scheduled to take place in Los Angeles, California, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic it was held virtually[41][42]
  29. MW21, April 5–9, 2021 — Washington DC, USA[43]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Adams, Helen (2019-04-14). "Musings from MuseWeb 2019". Medium. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  2. ^ "EMOTIVE at the MuseWeb '19 Conference in Boston". Emotive - Storytelling for cultural heritage. 2019-04-17. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  3. ^ "About – Inclusive Digital Interactives". Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  4. ^ Roddis, Tristan (2019-07-05). "Bot to the Future". Medium. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  5. ^ Rentschler, Ruth & Hede, Anne-Marie (2007). Museum marketing: competing in the global marketplace. Butterworth-Heinemann. p. 30. ISBN 978-0-7506-8065-3.
  6. ^ Bearman, David; Trant, Jennifer (1999). "Interactivity comes of age: Museums and the World Wide Web". Museum International. 51 (4): 20–24. doi:10.1111/1468-0033.00225.
  7. ^ "About – MuseWeb". Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  8. ^ "Archives & Museum Informatics: Consulting, Publishing and Training for Cultural Heritage Professionals". www.archimuse.com. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  9. ^ "Archives & Museum Informatics: Conferences: Museums and the Web - the international conference for culture and heritage online". www.archimuse.com. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  10. ^ Dodge, Ryan (2011-11-11). "Nancy Proctor, Head of Mobile, Smithsonian Institution". musete.ch. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  11. ^ "Balboa Park Online Collaborative director steps down" (PDF). San Diego Uptown News. May 24, 2012. Retrieved May 19, 2020.
  12. ^ a b Proctor, Nancy; Cherry, Rich, eds. (2012). Museums and the Web 2012: Selected Papers. Canada: Museums and the Web LLC. p. iv. ISBN 978-0-9852271-0-4.
  13. ^ "TEDxHamburg | TED". www.ted.com. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  14. ^ "Glami awards | News, Videos & Articles". Global News. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  15. ^ "Awards and Honours | Lord Cultural Resources". www.lord.ca. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  16. ^ "New Online Journal British Arts Studies Wins GLAMi Award for Innovation | Yale Center for British Art". britishart.yale.edu. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  17. ^ Internet:Collaboratively produced art journal wins a GLAMi Award. YaleNews,09:26:00, April 2016.
  18. ^ Bowen, Jonathan (June 2000). "Internet: Best of the Web awards". New Heritage. 03.00: 58.
  19. ^ "Museums and the Web". www.museumsandtheweb.com. Museums and the Web. Archived from the original on 10 August 2013. Retrieved 11 August 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  20. ^ Museums and the Web 2000: Selected papers from an international conference. Pittsburgh, PA: Archives & Museum Informatics, 2000. ISBN 1-885626-20-7.
  21. ^ Museums and the Web 2001: Selected papers from an international conference. Pittsburgh, PA: Archives & Museum Informatics, 2001. ISBN 1-885626-23-1.
  22. ^ Report: Museums and the Web conference. New Heritage, 03.01:64-65, June 2001.
  23. ^ Museums and the Web 2002: Selected papers from an international conference. Pittsburgh, PA: Archives & Museum Informatics, 2002. ISBN 1-885626-25-8.
  24. ^ Online: Museums and the Web conference 2002. New Heritage, 03.02:56, June 2002.
  25. ^ Museums and the Web 2003: Selected papers from an international conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Archives & Museum Informatics, 2003. ISBN 1-885626-27-4.
  26. ^ Online: Museums and the Web 2003 conference. New Heritage, 03.03, June 2003.
  27. ^ Museums and the Web 2004: Selected papers from an international conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Archives & Museum Informatics, 2004. ISBN 1-885626-29-0.
  28. ^ Museums and the Web 2005: Selected papers from an international conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Archives & Museum Informatics, 2005. ISBN 1-885626-31-2.
  29. ^ David Mattison, Museums and the Web 02008 Conference, The Ten Thousand Year Blog, 2008.
  30. ^ Twelfth Annual Museums and the Web Conference (MW2008) Archived 2008-03-10 at the Wayback Machine, Confabb: The conference community, 2008.
  31. ^ Museums and the Web 2008 Archived 2008-02-12 at the Wayback Machine, Yahoo! upcoming, 2008.
  32. ^ Proctor, Nancy; Cherry, Rich, eds. (2013). Museums and the Web 2013: Selected Papers from an International Conference. USA: Museums and the Web LLC. p. cover. ISBN 978-0-9852271-2-8.
  33. ^ Proctor, Nancy; Cherry, Rich, eds. (2014). Museums and the Web 2014: Selected Papers from Two International Conferences. USA: Museums and the Web LLC. p. cover. ISBN 978-0-9852271-3-5.
  34. ^ Proctor, Nancy; Cherry, Rich, eds. (2015). Museums and the Web 2015: Selected Papers and Proceedings from Three International Conferences. USA: Museums and the Web LLC. p. cover. ISBN 978-0-9852271-4-2.
  35. ^ Proctor, Nancy; Cherry, Rich, eds. (2016). Museums and the Web 2016: Selected Papers and Proceedings from Two International Conferences. USA: Museums and the Web LLC. p. cover. ISBN 978-0-9852271-6-6.
  36. ^ Proctor, Nancy; Cherry, Rich, eds. (2017). Museums and the Web 2017: Selected Papers and Proceedings from an International Conference. USA: Museums and the Web LLC. p. cover. ISBN 978-0-9852271-9-7.
  37. ^ "10 Key takeaways from Museums and the Web 2017". Blog del Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. 2017-04-27. Retrieved 2020-05-27.
  38. ^ Proctor, Nancy; Cherry, Rich, eds. (2018). Museums and the Web 2018: Selected Papers and Proceedings from an International Conference. USA: Museums and the Web LLC. p. cover. ISBN 978-0-9988474-0-5.
  39. ^ Maddie Armitage (2018-04-27). "Museums and the Web Report". Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  40. ^ Proctor, Nancy; Cherry, Rich, eds. (2019). Museums and the Web 2019: Selected Papers and Proceedings from an International Conference. USA: Museums and the Web LLC. p. cover. ISBN 978-0-9988474-1-2.
  41. ^ "Museum Industry's First Virtual Conference: what went well, what should change, and would I attend another?". www.linkedin.com. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  42. ^ Proctor, Nancy; Cherry, Rich, eds. (2020). MuseWeb 2020: Selected Papers and Proceedings from a Virtual International Conference. USA: Museums and the Web LLC. p. cover. ISBN 978-0-9988474-2-9.
  43. ^ "MW21 | Washington, DC – Washington, DC, USA, April 5–9, 2021". Retrieved 2020-05-27.

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