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#okcon Open Data and Small Museums - Open Culture session
 

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Presentation given at the #okcon 2013, Geneva, Switzerland on the 18th September 2013. These slides were not used for the presentation, but support the script that was delivered. See: ...

Presentation given at the #okcon 2013, Geneva, Switzerland on the 18th September 2013. These slides were not used for the presentation, but support the script that was delivered. See: http://theculturalheritageweb.wordpress.com/2013/09/23/okcon-small-museums-open-data/ for the notes to accompany these slides.

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    #okcon Open Data and Small Museums - Open Culture session #okcon Open Data and Small Museums - Open Culture session Presentation Transcript

    • Open Data and Regional Museums Nicole Beale nicole.beale@soton.ac.uk @nicoleebeale
    • National Museums and Open Data 2
    • Transferability to Regional Museums 3 ‘Lessons in Free Arm Drawing’ from J. Vaughan, (1903). Nelson’s New Drawing Course. Drawing, design and manual occupations (Teachers’ handbook), Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd., Edinburgh. fig. 26, p. 34
    • Local vs National Function 4 usnationalarchives
    • Local Buzz and Global Pipelines  Committed (unskilled) user community  Network – no local museum stands in isolation (relationships exist that can be harnessed)  Crowds – the Web has opened the local up to the global unskilled audience.  Many potential audiences of specialists. 5
    • Curators and Collections Experts 6farfalinaeum
    • Museums Staff 7 bristolsun
    • The Community (big ‘T’, singular) 8 shefflibraries
    • Audiences (behind the rope) 9 estherkluth
    • A Framework for Engagement  Realising potential.  We have: – Tools – Experts – Successes  It is all about the combination of the above. 10
    • @nicoleebeale nicole.beale@soton.ac.uk 11 alexanderdrachmann