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Presentation for the 2008 Museums Australia Futures Forum

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Web2.0, digitisation, museums and chamber orchestras Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Preservation, Web 2.0 and chamber orchestras following the lead of the Australian Chamber Orchestra with our cultural digitisation programs Museums Australia Futures Forum Canberra, May 2008 Mal Booth Head, Research Centre
  • 2.
    • Instruments, music
    • Players
    • Performances
    • Tours & broadcasts
    • Artistic leadership
    • Recorded music
    CCollections, stories CCurators EExhibits, interpretation TTours, websites CCuratorial leadership DDigitised collections MMuseums
  • 3.  
  • 4.  
  • 5. But first, some fundamental steps
    • Digital preservation of, and access to our cultural collections
    • Realising that what is good for preservation is also good for access
    • Curatorial involvement in digitisation programs
  • 6. Going beyond the 2006 Summit on Digital Collections
    • A national centre of excellence is now needed to encourage the digitisation of cultural collections
    • To provide research & advice – for our needs
    • To facilitate local collaboration & training
    • A shared repository? Amazon S3 ; Google App Engine
    • Coordination of the collection of born digital cultural material
  • 7. Why we need our own centre
    • Different funding models
    • Different public expectations
    • Australian broadband & mobile coverage & plans
    • Progress already made here
  • 8. I am calling for:
    • Increased curatorial involvement in digitisation programs – for both preservation and access.
    • A national centre of excellence in cultural digitisation to encourage, assist, coordinate and advise us.