UKMW11 Blog Posts

As a follow up to the 2011 UK Museums on the Web Conference please see below a list of blogs that will hopefully be useful for those that attended on the day, followed it online or that couldn’t make it.


Oonagh Murphy (official blogger for the day): The Innovative Museum: Part  1Part 2

Danny Birchall, Wellcome Collection UKMW 2011 in brief

Joshua Routh, cogapp Uk Museums on the Web 2011

Claire Ross, UCL My Take Aways from #UKMW11

Claire Ross, UCL on IMW’s blog Social Interpretation Presentation at UKMW11

Mar Dixon The Innovative Museum Conference

Deirdre Molloy, Open Plaques  UK Museums on the Web

David Little, Kings College London Museums on the Web 2011

Other great stuff:

Open Plaques created a storify.

Sound Delivery interviewed Museum Computer Group Chair, Mia Ridge and Arts Council, Digital and Creative Economy Relationship Manager, Jon Pratty.

**If you wrote a blog about the conference and I have left you off this list, Sorry! Please do pop a link to your blog in the comments section below and I will add it into this post.**

Thanks to all that did blog, I’ve really enjoyed reading all the posts and seeing what different people took away from the conference. It’s also been great to see the posts shared and discussed so widely on Twitter.

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