Monthly Archives: October 2016

MCG’s Museums+Tech Conference 2016 – as it happened

The Museums Computer Group’s annual conference, rebranded as Museums+Tech, took place at the Wellcome Collection on 19 October 2016 and was attended by over 190 delegates from across the sector. Thanks to the MCG committee and volunteers who worked on all

Posted in Event-Category, Events, UKMW

Proposal: replace formal ‘Spring’ regional events with informal events

The goal for distributed events The MCG’s mission is to connect, support and inspire people working with technology in museums. Our goal in changing event formats is to achieve our mission by reaching more people so they can access the

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MCG 2016 AGM reports

MCG Chair’s report 2016 The process of posting reports for the Annual General Meeting, begun in 2012 as part of our drive for greater transparency and accountability to our members, has been consolidated this year – thanks to everyone who

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All the info you need for MCG’s Museums+Tech 2016 at the Wellcome Collection on Wednesday

Dear Museums+Tech 2016 delegate, The MCG Committee is looking forward to seeing you at the Wellcome Collection on October 19, 2016 for our Museums+Tech 2016 conference. Preparing this conference has been a big part of the committee’s work over the

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#musetech16 Keynote Q&A: Shelley Bernstein

The closing keynote for our Museums+Tech 2016 conference is Shelley Bernstein, Chief Experience Officer at the Barnes Foundation. You’ll know her work at Brooklyn Museum including the mobile live Q&A app ASK Brooklyn Museum, crowd-curation projects Split Second, Click! and GO and

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