UKMW12 round-up

As well as sharing the speaker’s slides and audio (below), we’re sharing blog posts and other reports from UK Museums on the Web: UKMW12 ‘Strategically Digital’. If you’ve written about the event let us know in the comments or on twitter (@ukmcg) and we’ll add the link. If you’ve taken photos, please tag them ukmw12 and add them to the MCG’s group on Flickr.

There’s an archive of tweets that mentioned #ukmw12 via the always useful searchhash.com.

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Blog posts and twitter roundups

Speaker notes

Speaker audio

‘The Rise of Creative Technology’ – Andrew Dobson

‘What do we want from online collections?’ – Paul Rowe

‘The realities of moving to Digital First’ – Andrew Lewis and Rich Barrett-Small
‘Tate’s Digital Strategy: The Times They Are A-Changin’’ – John Stack

Open Mic – Annette Haworth, Joe Baskerville, Adrian Stevenson, Richard Lumb, Shaun Osborne

‘CPD and mentoring opportunities with the AMA programme’ – Charlotte Holmes

‘The rapidly changing face of the digital audiences’ – Tom Grinsted
‘Share or sharealike – deciding how, when and where to share your digital content’ – Nick Poole
‘Curation and Impact for the Digital Age’ talk by Simon Tanner.

‘The Positives and Negatives of Digital R&D’ talk by Claire Ross and Jane Audas (the beginning of the talk is missing).
‘Organisational Transformation and Sustainability’ talk by Stuart Dempster.
‘People not Products: a radically different approach to digital strategy’ talk by Katy Beale.
Post talk Q&A and discussion with Claire Ross, Jane Audas, Stuart Dempster and Katy Beale.

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