[Asis-l] Museums and the Web: Proposal Deadline: September 30, 2005

J. Trant jtrant at archimuse.com
Fri Sep 16 08:37:03 EDT 2005

  FOR PARTICIPATION. Deadline: September 30, 2005.

  Museums and the Web 2006
  March 22-25, 2006
  Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

You are invited to participate in the Tenth 
Annual Museums and the Web Conference!

Themes for 2006 include:

Tenth Anniversary Retrospective
* Serious Analysis of any aspect of Museums and the Web over the past ten years

Social Issues and Impact
* Community Involvement
* Folksonomy
* Schools and Educational Programs
* Sustainability

Organizational Strategies
* Building and Managing Web Teams
* Multi-Institutional Ventures
* Publication or Content Creation Models
* Distributed Content, Gateways and Aggregators
* Change Enabled by the Web

* Wireless, Inside and Outside
* Visitor Support On-Site and On-Line
* Museum, Library and Archive Working Together

Museum Services on the Web, like:
* Webcasting
* Art and Exhibition Programs on the Web
* E-Commerce for Museums

Technical and Design Issues
* Standards, Architectures and Protocols
* Interface and Design Paradigms
* New Tools and Methods
* Managing Content and Metadata

Evaluation and User Studies
* Results
* Methods
* Impact Studies
* User Analysis and Audience Development

Different methods of presentation suit particular 
kinds of content. Museums and the Web includes 
formal Papers, Demonstrations, Workshops, 
Mini-Workshops, Professional Fora and other 
Interactions. Choose the right presentation 
format for your proposal. Even the best ideas can 
be rejected if proposed for an inappropriate 

See http://www.archimuse.com/mw2006/sessions/index.html for details.

Submit your proposal on-line at: http://www.archimuse.com/mw2006/call.html

All proposals must cite relevant URLs, explain 
the thesis of the proposed paper in at least a 
paragraph, and include full contact details (with 
e-mail address) for all co-authors.

Please coordinate your proposals with your 
collaborators. Multiple proposals about the same 
project will not be accepted. Proposals for 
sessions should be submitted as individual papers 
with a covering note. Papers are reviewed 

DEADLINE: September 30, 2005.


The program for MW2006 is selected by a committee 
of international experts in cultural informatics. 
All proposals are peer-reviewed. Written papers 
are required. The best papers appear in print in 
Museums and the Web 2006: selected papers from an 
international conference. All papers appear in 
on-line as part of the MW2006 site and on CD-ROM 

Past papers from all Museums and the Web 
conferences, since 1997, are available on-line. 
See http://www.archimuse.com/conferences/mw.html 
for links to individual years and to a combined 
list of speakers.

MW2006 Conference Co-Chairs

     David Bearman & Jennifer Trant
     Archives & Museum Informatics

MW2006 Program Committee

	Peter Bruce, Library and Archives of Canada, Canada
	Rich Cherry, Guggenheim Museum, USA
	Costis Dallas, Critical Publics, Greece
	Marthe de Vet, Royal Cabinet of Paintings Mauritshuis, The Netherlands
	Jim Devine, Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Scotland
	Gail Durbin, Victoria & Albert Museum, UK
	Franca Garzotto, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
	Kati Geber, Canadian Heritage Information Network, Canada
	Stefan Göbel, ZGDV Darmstadt e.V., Germany
	Timothy Hart, Museum Victoria, Australia
	Susan Hazan, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
	Eero Hyvönen, University of Helsinki, Finland
	Mike Lowndes, The Natural History Museum, UK
	Paul Marty, Florida State University, USA
	Eiji Mizushima, Tokiwa University, Japan
	Otmar Moritsch, Technisches Museum Wien, Austria
	Kris Morrissey, Michigan State University, USA
	Liddy Nevile, La Trobe University, Australia
	Darren Peacock, University of South Australia, Australia
	Xavier Perrot, Bibliothèque nationale de France, France
	Jemima Rellie, Tate, UK
	Ed Rodley, Museum of Science, USA
	Stephanie Stebich, Tacoma Art Museum, USA
	Kevin Sumption, Powerhouse Museum, Australia
	Ron Wakkary, Simon Frazer University, Canada
	Karen Worcman, Museum of the Person, Brazil
	Bruce Wyman, Denver Art Museum, USA


For program details and registration information 
see http://www.archimuse.com/mw2006/ or email 
mw2006 at archimuse.com.

We hope to see you in Albuquerque!

jennifer and David
Jennifer Trant and David Bearman
Co-Chairs: Museums and the Web 2006
March 22-25, 2006 Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
email: mw2006 at archimuse.com

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