Following on from our last blog post, which re-introduced the MCG to you all, we thought we would go one step further and re-introduce the committee itself. You can find detailed profiles on each committee member on our website, through ‘The MCG Committee’ page. This blog post, however, should give you a brief introduction to […]
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This year’s Museums Computer Group AGM will take place at the UK Museums on the Web conference on 15 November 2013 at the Tate Modern. Full details of the AGM can be found below. The AGM will include the election of nominees to the Committee. Joining the MCG Committee is a great way to support […]
On a recent balmy July evening, a number of people gathered in a pub in London to discuss ‘linking museums’. Described as ‘a meetup for people interested in the applications of linked data, microformats, RDFa (etc) for museums and the cultural heritage sector’, it was organised and publicised largely over twitter and on the ‘museums […]
[This week’s guest post is by Linda Spurdle, Online Resources Manager at Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery] I think I may be cheating to focus on my week in ‘cultural heritage online’ rather than any big news stories, but worries about budget cuts, the desire to develop innovative projects and the need to pursue funding […]
[This week’s guest post is by Bridget McKenzie, founder and CEO of Flow Associates] Taking the baton from Mike Ellis to share some links and comments on stuff this week, it’s been hard to focus on what I’ve found interesting in our profession, as my attention has been so taken by the disastrous earthquake in […]
Over the coming weeks we’ll be inviting guest authors to curate this post, writing about the things they’ve read during the week which they think are interesting or important.