During October and November 2009, Mike Ellis (Eduserv) and Dan Zambonini (Box UK) built a museum website in 12 hours from beginning to end, under the title "Museum In A Day".
These slides accompany a workshop we delivered at DISH 2009 with the same title (see http://www.dish2009.nl/node/89)
The workshop uses the Museum In A Day project as a means to frame the wider conversation, and looks at where online museums are in terms of audience, traffic and reach, asking:
- How can we do things differently?
- How can we do more with less?
- How can we be where our audiences are?
For an overview of the Museum In A Day project, see http://museuminaday.com/
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