Museums and the Web: Current Issues

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  • Museums and the Web: Current Issues

    1. 1. Museums and the Web: Current Issues J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com January 24, 2009
    2. 2. whitehouse.gov – with a blog on the front page J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    3. 3. whitehouse.gov – with a blog on the front page J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    4. 4. on-line activism J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    5. 5. Jane Sledge’s photos of the Inauguration taken from the terrace of the National Museum of the American Indian. J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    6. 6. Availability of Data: Satellite images of Inauguration J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    7. 7. Not Just Current Events: Historical Geography J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    8. 8. Not Just Current Events: Historical Geography J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    9. 9. Museum Collections in Context: Prado Museum in Google Earth J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    10. 10. Prado in Google Earth: Place building in urban context J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    11. 11. Prado in Google Earth: Explore building J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    12. 12. Prado in Google Earth: Explore building in detail J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    13. 13. Prado in Google Earth: Explore some of the collection J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    14. 14. Prado in Google Earth: See cataloguing J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    15. 15. Prado in Google Earth: Explore painting J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    16. 16. Prado in Google Earth: Explore painting in detail J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    17. 17. Issue: Only possible for a few works Prado in Google Earth: Explore painting in detail J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    18. 18. On-line Collections: Powerhouse Museum: Most popular item J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    19. 19. On-line Collections: Powerhouse Museum: J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    20. 20. On-line Collections: Powerhouse Museum: First “delta goodrem dress” on Google J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    21. 21. On-line Collections: Powerhouse Museum: Tags helped fans identify it J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    22. 22. On-line Collections: Powerhouse Museum: Tags helped fans identify it J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    23. 23. Most Tags not found in Museum Cataloguing Found 14% Not Found 86% steve.museum: multi-institutional research project J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    24. 24. On-line Collections: Powerhouse Museum: J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    25. 25. Issue: Enabling effective collections search J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    26. 26. Issue: Enabling effective collections search J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    27. 27. Flickr Commons: Museum images in public photo space J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    28. 28. Flickr Commons: Sample images J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    29. 29. Flickr Commons: A Powerhouse Museum work J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    30. 30. Flickr Commons: A Powerhouse Museum work J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    31. 31. Flickr Commons: A video feature exploring that work J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    32. 32. Flickr Commons: A video feature exploring that work J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    33. 33. Flickr Commons: A Library of Congress work with description J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    34. 34. Flickr Commons: A Library of Congress work with description corrected J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    35. 35. Flickr Commons: Corrections from user tags, notes and comments J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    36. 36. Flickr Commons: Corrections from user tags, notes and comments J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    37. 37. Flickr Commons: Different type of comments J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    38. 38. Flickr Commons: Different type of comments J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    39. 39. Flickr Commons: Tag Game J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    40. 40. Flickr Commons: Tag Game J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    41. 41. Flickr Commons: Then and Now J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    42. 42. Flickr Commons: Then and Now J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    43. 43. For the Common Good: The Library of Congress Flickr Pilot Project • 10.4 million views • 79% of the 4,615 photos have been made a “favorite” • More than 15,000 Flickr members made Library of Congress a ‘contact’ • 7,166 comments were left on 2,873 photos by 2,562 unique Flickr accounts. • 67,176 tags from 2,518 unique Flickr accounts. • 40% from 10 super-taggers • 98% of photos given at least one tag. • < 25 cases of inappropriate content J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    44. 44. Indiecommons: a blog for the Commons Community J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    45. 45. ArtShare on Facebook J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    46. 46. ArtShare on Facebook: Participating Museums J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    47. 47. Art on Personal Profile Pages J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    48. 48. Art on Personal Profile Pages J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    49. 49. Issue: Changing platforms ... J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    50. 50. YouTube: The Black List Project. Participatory Media. “Using kiosks in the gallery, visitors are sharing their personal experiences related to race and the impact it has had on their lives and accomplishments.” J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    51. 51. YouTube: The Black List Project. Active and responsive community J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    52. 52. YouTube: The Blacklist Project: Featured Video J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    53. 53. YouTube: The Blacklist Project: Featured Video J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    54. 54. Brooklyn Museum Blog: How it was done... J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    55. 55. Brooklyn Museum Blog: The Black List Project. In-gallery installation J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    56. 56. Mattress Factory: iConfess quick capture video J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    57. 57. Issue: managing user generated content over time Mattress Factory: iConfess quick capture video J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    58. 58. Twitter: a microblogging platform J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    59. 59. Twitter: a microblogging platform J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    60. 60. Twitter: a microblogging platform J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    61. 61. Twitter: a microblogging platform J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    62. 62. Twitter: Significant usage, with peaks around major events J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    63. 63. Twitter: Analysing behaviour using twitter as evidence J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    64. 64. Twitter: 1st fans @ Brooklyn Museum J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    65. 65. Twitter: What do you get as a 1st fan? J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    66. 66. Wikipedia Loves Art: J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    67. 67. Wikipedia Loves Art: J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    68. 68. Wikipedia Loves Art: Bridging Wikipedia, Flickr and Museum Collections J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    69. 69. Wikipedia Loves Art: Bridging Wikipedia, Flickr and Museum Collections J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    70. 70. Wikipedia Loves Art: Yes – you can make the rules complicated! J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    71. 71. Issue: Working with what’s already happening Wikipedia Loves Art: Yes – you can make the rules complicated! J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    72. 72. Social Network for Single Museum: Shedd Aquarium’s own site J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    73. 73. Issue: Our space or public space? Social Network for Single Museum: Shedd Aquarium’s own site J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    74. 74. Expectations of participation are changing J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    75. 75. Issue: On-line parallels to events - whether you want them or not J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    76. 76. Issue: Policy questions J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    77. 77. Pew Internet and American Life Survey: Adults and Social Network Websites ➡ 35% of American adults have a profile on an on-line social network site. 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ Age J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    78. 78. Pew Internet and American Life Survey: Adults and Social Network Websites ➡ 35% of American adults have a profile on an on-line social network site. 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ Age J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    79. 79. Webkinz: Mixed reality for kids J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    80. 80. Webkinz: Stuffed toys have ‘life’ online J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    81. 81. Webkinz: Rooms, spaces, things to do J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    82. 82. Webkinz: some kids have lots of rooms ... J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    83. 83. Webkinz: Your toy talks to you J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    84. 84. Webkinz: Chat with your friends and invite them over J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    85. 85. Issue: expectations of inter-penetrated spaces Webkinz: Chat with your friends and invite them over J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    86. 86. Bring the collection out of the museum: National Museum of the American Indian J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    87. 87. Bring the collection out of the museum: National Museum of the American Indian J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com
    88. 88. putting the Museum where the people are enable use + re-use of museum content today’s examples @ http://delicious.com/jtrant/jtrant-tokyo-0901 my blog @ J. Trant | Archives & Museum Informatics | www.archimuse.com

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