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Collaboration and ‘heads-up’ engagement: guest post from UKMW15

Izzy Bartley attended UKMW15 ‘Bridging Gaps, Making Connections’ as a guest blogger. She has written the following post in response to the day:   This year’s Museums Computer Group conference was held in the British Museum on the 26 October

Posted in AGM, Archived Events, Event-Category, Meeting report, UKMW

What did you miss at UKMW15, ‘Bridging Gaps, Making Connections’?

Even if you were at our 2015 conference, it was such a busy day that it was easy to miss a gem. We’ve compiled these event reports that captured some of the flavour of the day. Collaboration and ‘heads-up’ engagement:

Posted in Event-Category, Events, Meeting report, UKMW

‘Finding space for the experiment: digital collaborations and their influence on the museum’ at UKMW15

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We are delighted to announce that the keynote speaker for our annual ‘Museum on the Web’ UKM1W15 conference is John Coburn, Digital Programmes Manager at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums. John will share his insights on ‘Finding space for

Posted in Current Events, Current Events, Event-Category, UKMW

UKMW14 round-up: reports, tweets, slides and images

MCG’s sold out UKMW14 ‘Museums beyond the web‘ was held at the Natural History Museum in London on Friday 7 November 2014. Don’t miss out on future events – sign up for our low-traffic events information list. UKMW14 presentations online

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Hear from the creator of Flickr Commons! Introducing UKMW14’s opening keynote…

The Museums Computer Group are delighted to announce George Oates as the opening keynote speaker at UKMW14. As the creator of Flickr Commons, she’s had a huge impact on the cultural sector. As if that wasn’t enough, her wider experience

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