Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre, V&A, London
For over five years the annual UKMW conferences have been the place for high quality presentations and discussions on the matters that are shaping museums online today.
By remaining in touch with the leading edge of research, the politics of policy, as well as the day-to-day realities of professional work, UKMW continues to appeal to practitioners and academics, technologists and curators, policy makers and the commercial sector. And the event has built a reputation for the caliber of its speakers, the accessibility of its content, and the focus of its debate.
As museums’ activity online continues to be drawn into the power and possibility of the social Web (of networking and user-generated content) and the machine Web (of semantics and APIs), this year’s conference takes us back to the everyday, sensory and ubiquitous experience and encounters of online content.
Today, the Web is becoming increasingly a more multi-sensory place, with new visual interfaces, rich sound content, where content can adapt to our physical location, and even where interactions can be triggered by bodily movement. Likewise, software and services (just like our content) can today move with us.
This year UKMW will look at digital heritage in the everyday – situated, sensory, social.
The everyday web: situated, sensory, social
UK Museums on the Web Conference 2009
2 December 2009
Sackler Centre, V&A, London
|9.00 – 9.30||Registration and coffee||–|
|9.30 – 9.45||Welcome and Introduction||Ross Parry (Chair, Museums Computer Group)
Gail Durbin (Head of V&A Online)
|9.45 – 10.45||SOCIAL||Chair: Bridget McKenzie (Director, Flow Associates)|
|Matthew Cock (Head of Web, British Museum) and Katherine Campbell (BBC)|
|Nadia Arbach (Digital Programmes Manager (V&A) and Mike Peel (Chair, Wikimedia UK)|
|Denise Drake (Web Officer, Tower Hamlets Summer University)|
|10.45 – 11.15||Mid-morning break – hosted by Cogapp||–|
|11.15 – 12.15||SITUATED||Chair: Loic Tallon (Director, Pocket-Proof)|
|Andy Ramsden (Head of e-learning, University of Bath)|
|Paul Golding (Innovation Strategist/Evangelist, wirelesswanders.com)|
|Mike Ellis (Solutions Architect, Research & Innovation Group, Eduserv)|
|12.15 – 1.15||LUNCH||–|
|1.15 – 1.45||‘OPEN MIC’ SESSION||Chair: Martin Bazley (Chair of the E-Learning Group for Museums, Libraries and Archives)|
|5-minute mini presentations and updates from the floor|
|1.45 – 2.15||KEYNOTE|
|‘Making the digital museum relevant in people’s everyday lives’||Richard Morgan (Technical Manager, V&A Online)|
|2.15 – 2.45||MCG AGM|
|During the AGM (agenda, previous minutes (PDF)), we’ll be asking members to vote on some important changes to the constitution (PDF) that have come out of our ‘MCG@25′ consultation process – changes that will have a big impact on how the group is run in the future.||Including the launch of ‘LIVE!Museum’ – supported by the AHRC and BT.|
|2.45 – 3.15||MID-afternoon break|
|3.15 – 4.15||SENSORY||Chair: Mia Ridge (Lead Web Developer, Science Museum)|
|Anne Kahr-Højland (Experimentarium, Copenhagen)|
|Victoria Tillotson (iShed and the Pervasive Media Studio)|
|Joe Cutting (Digital consultant and developer)|
|4.20 – 5.20||ACCESSIBLE: digital culture past, present and future||Chair: Marcus Weisen (Director, Jodi Mattes Trust)|
|Helen Petrie (Director, Human-Comnputer Interaction Research Group, University of York)|
|5.20 – 5.30||Closing remarks||Ross Parry, MCG chair|
5.30 – 6.30 Jodi Awards 2009 Reception
6.30 – 7.30 Jodi Awards
7.00 – 8.30 Winners celebratory reception