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Talk presented as part of Creating Online Exhibitions on 2 Nov 09 at the British Museum, run by the E-Learning Group for Museums, Libraries and Archives

Talk presented as part of Creating Online Exhibitions on 2 Nov 09 at the British Museum, run by the E-Learning Group for Museums, Libraries and Archives

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  • 1. building online exhibitions around user-generated content
  • 2.
    • What is user-generated content (UGC)?
    • Any uncommissioned creative submission from a general or specialist audience member
    • Why undertake a project based on UGC?
    • Because…
      • it’s an excellent way to get engagement from your audience
      • It makes for a rich web experience
      • You can be surprised by the quality and diversity of the submissions
  • 3.
    • Thematic Projects
    • Based around a topic, special interest or a brief
    My Peak Experience Site for the Peak District National Park. Visitors upload photos, videos, stories and comments about their favourite places in the Peak District
  • 4.
    • Open exhibition or competition
    • A call for submissions, backed by a prize or opportunity to exhibit
    Outside In An open exhibition at Pallant House Gallery Chichester that focuses on “outsider” art and marginalised artists
  • 5.
    • Technical structure
  • 6.
    • Handling submissions
    Upload form Users submit entries via a well labeled interface Monitoring Organisers have a “control panel” where they can monitor submissions
  • 7.
    • Automating the selection process
    Criteria Selection criteria is set before judging takes place. Each point is weighted. Rating A specialised interface allows judges to rate each submission against the criteria
  • 8.
    • From selection to show
    Ranking The submissions are shown, ranked by their scores. Adjustments can be made. Display The work is shown in an online gallery and the top 150 pieces are shown at Pallant House Gallery
  • 9.
    • Outcomes
    • Submissions went from approx. 200 to nearly 800
    • A wider range of people submitted, there was more engagement from community groups
    • Curators spent far less time selecting than anticipated
    • All agreed that process was more rigorous and fairer
  • 10.
    • Forthcoming projects
  • 11. Peter Pavement 01273 683000 info@ surfaceimpression .com www.surfaceimpression.com