Museums+Tech 2021 will be hosted virtually on 1 and 2 December 2021 Update (21 Sep. 2021): Submissions have now closed. Data, information, statistics. For better or worse they are part and parcel of our world, gathered and used as an influence in decision making, or in defence of a decision made. The pandemic has probably […]
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The 2020 Museums Computer Group AGM took place at the Museums + Tech conference on 9 December.
We have an amazing line up of speakers for this year’s conference. Find out more about who will be sharing their projects and learning with us at the online on 9 and 10 December. Book your tickets now! Georgina Brooke – Digital Media Content Manager, National Museums Scotland Georgina Brooke is Digital Media Content Manager […]
Back in May-June, we surveyed the MCG community to gauge interest in us running this year’s conference online and learn from your experiences of attending virtual events. Thank you very much to the 77 people who participated! Interest in a virtual MuseTech2020 Although about a third of participants (34%) had not previously attended an in-person […]
Museums+Tech 2020 will be hosted virtually on 9 and 10 December 2020. Please note: The call for proposals is now closed. Our international Programme Committee will review proposals over the following weeks and you should hear from us in mid to late October. If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com. This year […]
This year’s Museums Computer Group AGM will take place at the Museums + Tech conference on 18 October at the British Library, 1.15-2.15pm. All are welcome to attend.
The MCG Committee are pleased to announce that the keynote speaker for this year’s Museums+Tech conference will be Loic Tallon. Loic’s keynote will be ‘Is the Met open?’ The word ‘open’ was used often at The Met to describe both how the digital team worked and the activities we delivered. Openness is one of the five principles of the […]
MCG’s Museums+Tech 2019 with the theme of ‘Openness’ is shaping up to be a great event. As always, we are sure that attendees at this year’s event in the British Library will come away both inspired and challenged by the day. In-keeping with the theme of ‘openness’, we also want to make sure the messages […]
We have an amazing line up of speakers for this year’s conference. Find out more about who will be sharing their projects and learning with us at the British Library on 18 October! Buy your ticket for Museums+Tech 2019 James Baker – Senior Lecturer in Digital History and Archives, University of Sussex Helen Casey – […]