Monthly Archives: May 2015

Guest blog: Aggregation & the Culture Grid

  This is a guest post by Collections Trust CEO Nick Poole following a recent email to the Museums Computer Group list. For further information about the Collections Trust, see http://www.collectionstrust.org.uk.  Last week, I sent a message out via the

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Guest post from MCG Spring Event, Innovation: The Emperor’s new clothes

  For the Museums Computer Group spring event 2015, we invited Nicola Adams, a digital media apprentice at Royal Pavilion & Museums Brighton, to attend as a guest blogger and record the day:   I jumped at the chance to

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#MCGInnovation as it happened

Our Spring 2015 event, ‘Innovation’: the Emperor’s new clothes?’ was held at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge on 14 May 2015. Thanks to the organisers and speakers for creating a thought-provoking and enjoyable day. Let us know

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UKMW15: Bridging gaps, Making connections

The Museums Computer Group held its annual UK Museums on the Web conference at the British Museum on 26 October 2015. Our theme for UKMW15 was ‘Bridging Gaps, Making Connections’. Networking at MCG annual conference 2015 “Bridging gaps, Making connections”

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