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Sober social media, mobile chaos and conversations

[This week’s guest post is written by Shelley Mannion is Digital Learning Programmes Manager at the British Museum’s Samsung Digital Discovery Centre] Four recent events have prompted me to think about trending topics in digital heritage: – Museums and the Web 2010; – Museums, Mobile Devices and Social Media; – MuseumNext; – Museums & Heritage […]

Reviews, Place Pages and Gowalla

[This week’s guest post is written by Frankie Roberto, Experience Designer, Rattle] It’s said that a week is a long time in politics. Right now, in the few days after of a General Election, that’s even more the case. What does the result mean for the UK’s cultural heritage sector? I haven’t a clue. However, […]

MW2010, Wikimedia, ash clouds: a week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s guest post is written by Mia Ridge, Lead Web Developer, The Science Museum] I will start with a confession: the title of this post is really a lie – I’m mostly writing about the last fortnight in cultural heritage.  As one of those stranded overseas by Iceland’s volcanic ash, my post-Museums and the […]

On curators, journalists, museums and digital publishing

[This week’s guest post is written by Jon Pratty, Arts Council] “Can museum content creators move 2 pace of journalists?” tweeted Effie Kapsalis, reporting from Seb Chan’s presentation at Museums and the Web 2010 in Denver, Colorado. Since I wasn’t at MW2010, just attending vicariously via Twitter and the Conference.archimuse.com website, it was kind of […]

05/04/10 The week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s guest post is by Jeremy Ottevanger, Web Developer at Museum of London Pecker up, Buttercup! Following the uplifting experience of the 2009 Jodi Awards, I vowed to stop being such a miserable sod and to blog some optimism. Well, due to some duplicity on the part of the space-time continuum that never happened, […]

29/03/10 The week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s guest post is co-written by Rhiannon Looseley, e-Learning Officer (web), Museum of London and Claire Ross, a researcher at the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities] This week there are two of us blogging – we decided we’d be able to cover more this way –  and we want to concentrate first on some […]

22/03/10 The week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s guest post is written by Gemma Sturtridge, Assistant Collections Officer at the Museum of Croydon] This week I came across the launch of the Connected Histories Project.  Once completed this aims to become the first port of call for researching historical sources by linking up existing databases. This sounds like an exciting project […]

15/03/10 The week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s post is written by Nick Poole, CEO, Collections Trust] It’s been quite a week for Digital cultural heritage! The first stop was a series of new funding calls from various UK and European agencies. Those of you interested in online access and innovation should take a look at the JISC call on Access to […]

08/03/10 The week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s guest post is by Paul Reynolds from McGovern Online. Paul is based in Auckland , New Zealand. He consults to the museum library and gallery sector in Australasia. He blogs at People Points. He will be in London in September] Te Ara – The economy and the city Last night the rain drummed […]

01/03/10 The week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s guest post is by Jane Finnis, Director, Culture24] Portal pain and Wikipedia love Why is the European Commission still convinced that people want their online culture served up via a hideously named “one-stop-shop” portal? Last Wednesday, instead of watching the new episode of Mad Men, I sat down to read the latest EU report (120 […]

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