Conference Roundup
October 2010
Douglas Hegley
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Museum Computer Network Annual Conference
• Museum technology professionals are BUSY
• So many great conferences, meetings,
organizations, consortia, publications, ...
Goal of this session:
• Presenters share highlights from a variety of
relevant conferences/meetings
• We hope this will be...
Format:
– Part One:
• Rapid-fire reports from 10 of your colleagues
• Time-limited (5 minutes maximum for each)
• Hopefull...
The Line-up Card (in order):
– Bruce Wyman - MW
– Erin Coburn - CIDOC, ICOM
– Rob Lancefield - AAM
– Rachel Varon - NMC
– ...
Bruce Wyman
Second Story
Reporting on:
Museums and the Web
Museums and the Web 2010
April 13 – 17
Denver, Colorado
Attendees
• International participation
– 500+ people
– 20+ countries
Description
• Program built from the bottom up
– based on what people are working on and thinking about now
• A meeting of...
Highlights
• Social media activities highlighted
[this year's social media elephant plenary]
Resources / Backchannel
• Use media ourselves --> twitterfall / sponsor
backchannel display @ MCN
– @museweb for updates a...
Next Year: 15th Annual Museums and the Web Conference
• Program live before end of Nov., including sessions on
– Organizat...
April 6-9, 2011, Philadelphia, PA
• Still opportunities for participation @ MW2011
– Demo proposals due December 31
– Unco...
Erin Coburn
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Reporting on:
CIDOC - ICOM
Rob Lancefield
Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University
Reporting on:
AAM Annual Meeting
Conference Review Report: American
Association of Museums
Rob Lancefield
Manager of Museum Information Services
Davison Ar...
• Widely known as AAM
• Founded 1906
• Membership across entire scope of museums includes more than:
17,000 individuals, 3...
AAM Media and Technology SPC
• AAM has Standing Professional Committees
• Media and Technology (MAT) SPC is one
• MAT over...
Theme: Museums without Borders
Key soundbites from advance information sheet:
“The young 21st century is about connectivit...
AAM 2010 Program
• Large and diverse program including:
– 160 sessions on a wide range of topics
– Networking opportunitie...
AAM 2010 Attendees
• Over 6,000 attendees this year, despite
the challenging economic environment
• AAM members and confer...
AAM 2010 Highlights
• Great discussions about social interactions in
home institutions between people with quite
different...
Annual Meeting Value
One person’s very subjective take, in a nutshell:
• AAM includes virtually all museum topics, so…
• C...
Backchannel / Durable Traces
• Twitter (hashtag #aam10, some used #aam2010)
• Session audio recordings (sold for fee)
• We...
2011 AAM Annual Meeting
Theme: The Museum of Tomorrow
http://www.aam-us.org/am11
Houston, May 22–25, 2011
Come back to Tex...
Rachel Varon
New Media Consortium
Reporting on:
NMC Summer Conference
NMC Conference
Roundup Report
2010 NMC Summer Conference
• Held in Anaheim, California
• Hosted by the University of Southern
California
• Over 75 sessi...
Highlights
Keynote speakers:
– Mimi Ito
– John Sealy Brown
http://www.nmc.org/
2010-summer-conference/
highlights
Pre-Conference and Hands-on workshops
by Apple & Adobe
Five Minutes of Fame
2011 NMC Summer Conference
Learn more at:
www.nmc.org
Ruth Ann Rugg
Texas Association of Museums
Reporting on:
TAM Annual Meeting
Conference Roundup Report
October 2010
Texas Association of Museums (TAM)
Ruth Ann Rugg
Executive Director
Texas Associati...
Texas Association of Museums (TAM)
http://www.texasmuseums.org
• TAM is a non-profit 501C3 museum service organization fou...
2010 Annual Meeting Theme
“All Aboard: Museums on Track”
March 16-19, 2010
Bryan-College Station
Texas museums are facing ...
TAM Annual Meeting
• Attracts 500 museum professionals, volunteers, trustees, and
other colleagues from the cultural commu...
2010 Annual Meeting Highlights
• Keynote speaker Nina Simon, Principal of Museum 2.0,
addressed opening luncheon of 250 an...
More Highlights
• Offsite behind-the-scenes-tour of the Conservation Research
Laboratory at Texas A&M University working o...
TAM Affinity Groups
• AMAG Art Museums Affinity Group
• CMC Collection Managers Committee
• HSHAG Historic Site/House Affi...
Pro & Con: TAM Annual Meeting
• TAM seeks to improve technology and
availability of online meeting facilitation tools
• Di...
2011 TAM Annual Meeting
• 2011 Theme: A Place to Discover
• Irving, TX, August 4-6, 2011
• Host Chair: Irving Arts Center
...
Richard Urban
University of Illinois
Reporting on:
“Research Roundup”
• @dublincore
• #dcmi10
• Proceedings Available
http://dcpapers.dublincore.org/ojs/pubs
• Attendance
– Library, informatio...
• DCMI Highlights
– Community is actively struggling with the
necessity of the DC Abstract Model and its
relationship to R...
• Papers
– The Case for Implementing Core Descriptive
Embedded Metadata at the Smithsonian
Christensen & Dunlap
– The One ...
• Posters
– Towards a Premodern Manuscript Application Profile
Sheila Bair, Susan Steuer
– Universal Access to Cultural He...
• American Society of Information Science &
Technology (ASIS&T)
– http://www.asist.org
– Established in 1968
(formerly the...
• @asist2010
– #asist2010
– In conjunction with:
• the International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM)
– Workshops...
• Museum Highlights
– Beyond Size and Search: Building Contextual Mass in Digital Aggregations for
Scholarly Use
Carole Pa...
• Papers (con’t)
– Katz Out of the Bag: The Broader Privacy
Ramifications of Using Facebook
Shannon Oltmann
– How and Why ...
SIG-CON
Future Events
• ASIS&T Information Architecture Summit
March 30 - April 3, 2011
Denver, CO
http://iasummit.org
• Annual Me...
Ted Forbes
Dallas Museum of Art
Reporting on:
Tate Handheld Conference
Beck Tench
Museum of Life and Science
Reporting on:
Design4Mobile
The J
Nancy Proctor
Smithsonian Institution
Reporting on:
Design4Mobile, continued …
Truisms
• Mobile phones are Borg-like tech: Every new
technology they encounter, they absorb (video,
camera, gps…) @justli...
Audiences
• Who is your audience? Focus on audience as well as
hardware
• Users often misbehave, and they don’t follow the...
Contexts
• What role does mobile vs tablet play, integrated
cross-platform with technology & artifacts
• In-room or lobby ...
People
• Itai Vonshak: @vonsh
– iPhone demo from Auntie Kath, aged 91: http://bit.ly/9Fr3Rk
– "Everything's amazing and no...
Notes & Resources
• http://bit.ly/aLVzNr
• http://bit.ly/cBKFYh
• http://bit.ly/cqZyTo
• http://bit.ly/9J7NNd
• http://www...
Paco Link
The J. Paul Getty Museum
Reporting on:
SXSW
Part Two:
Commentary, Analysis, Trends, etc.
– Panelists
• Rob Lancefield
• Richard Urban
Audience Participation
Comments? Questions?
Thank you
Reminder: please fill out a conference evaluation form at:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MCN2010
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    1. 1. Conference Roundup October 2010 Douglas Hegley The Metropolitan Museum of Art The Museum Computer Network Annual Conference
    2. 2. • Museum technology professionals are BUSY • So many great conferences, meetings, organizations, consortia, publications, etc. • How can you possibly keep up?
    3. 3. Goal of this session: • Presenters share highlights from a variety of relevant conferences/meetings • We hope this will be informative and thought- provoking
    4. 4. Format: – Part One: • Rapid-fire reports from 10 of your colleagues • Time-limited (5 minutes maximum for each) • Hopefully less … – Part Two: • Analysis, trends, etc. by our two Panelists – Rob Lancefield – Richard Urban • Audience participation, Q & A
    5. 5. The Line-up Card (in order): – Bruce Wyman - MW – Erin Coburn - CIDOC, ICOM – Rob Lancefield - AAM – Rachel Varon - NMC – Ruth Ann Rugg - TAM – Richard Urban - "Research Roundup" (DCMI, ASIS&T) – Ted Forbes - Tate Handheld – Beck Tench - Design4Mobile – Nancy Proctor – Design4Mobile, continued – Paco Link - SXSW
    6. 6. Bruce Wyman Second Story Reporting on: Museums and the Web
    7. 7. Museums and the Web 2010 April 13 – 17 Denver, Colorado
    8. 8. Attendees • International participation – 500+ people – 20+ countries
    9. 9. Description • Program built from the bottom up – based on what people are working on and thinking about now • A meeting of people really doing stuff – with plenty to time to talk to other people and share solutions • Flexibility in formats – Different kinds of sessions for different things – Responsive (e.g. intro of unconference sessions last year)
    10. 10. Highlights • Social media activities highlighted [this year's social media elephant plenary]
    11. 11. Resources / Backchannel • Use media ourselves --> twitterfall / sponsor backchannel display @ MCN – @museweb for updates and other interesting stuff • Online papers + searchable bibliography – To learn from others, document developments
    12. 12. Next Year: 15th Annual Museums and the Web Conference • Program live before end of Nov., including sessions on – Organizational strategy – Organizational change – Collaboration – Outcomes + process – Tagging, searching and collections online – Open source developments – Wikis for content management – Mobiles – Research results [5 min. presentations] + unconference, crit room, usability lab, demonstrations, professional forums, good food and drink ...
    13. 13. April 6-9, 2011, Philadelphia, PA • Still opportunities for participation @ MW2011 – Demo proposals due December 31 – Unconference sessions proposed on site • Future MW Conferences: – April 11-14, 2012 in San Diego, California, USA – April 17-20, 2013 in Portland, Oregon, USA
    14. 14. Erin Coburn The Metropolitan Museum of Art Reporting on: CIDOC - ICOM
    15. 15. Rob Lancefield Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University Reporting on: AAM Annual Meeting
    16. 16. Conference Review Report: American Association of Museums Rob Lancefield Manager of Museum Information Services Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University With some background content from Douglas Hegley’s MCN 2009 report on AAM 2009 MCN 2010, Austin, Texas 29 October 2010
    17. 17. • Widely known as AAM • Founded 1906 • Membership across entire scope of museums includes more than: 17,000 individuals, 3,000 institutions, 300 corporate members • Helps to develop standards and best practices, gather and share knowledge, and provide advocacy for the entire museum community • Represents all types of museums: art, history, science, military, maritime, and youth museums, as well as aquariums, zoos, botanical gardens, arboretums, historic sites, science and technology centers…. • Website: http://www.aam-us.org • MCN is an AAM Affiliate Organization, as are many other such free-standing organizations with shared areas of interest regarding the communities and people we serve. Affiliate organizations are not part of AAM, but we seek alignment from both sides wherever possible and useful in our service to the community. American Association of Museums
    18. 18. AAM Media and Technology SPC • AAM has Standing Professional Committees • Media and Technology (MAT) SPC is one • MAT overlaps with MCN in membership and topics, but with somewhat different focus • For more than 20 years, MAT has presented annual MUSE Awards for excellence in media produced by or for museums: http://www.mediaandtechnology.org/muse/
    19. 19. Theme: Museums without Borders Key soundbites from advance information sheet: “The young 21st century is about connectivity.” “Connectivity has helped to dismantle borders—social, cultural and geographical..” “Can we be a community of museums without borders?” Annual Meeting: AAM 2010
    20. 20. AAM 2010 Program • Large and diverse program including: – 160 sessions on a wide range of topics – Networking opportunities – Keynote and “thought leader” speakers – Huge vendor expo with more than 300 exhibitors – Numerous committee and business meetings – Popular “Career Café” – Onsite events at Los Angeles museums and more
    21. 21. AAM 2010 Attendees • Over 6,000 attendees this year, despite the challenging economic environment • AAM members and conference attendees span the full range of museum occupations: – directors, curators, registrars, educators, exhibit designers, art handlers, conservators, marketers, development people, security managers, trustees, volunteers, technology and information workers (some familiar faces from MCN!), and on and on.
    22. 22. AAM 2010 Highlights • Great discussions about social interactions in home institutions between people with quite different levels of comfort with technology • Lots of dialogue (also in and out of sessions) about the uses and implications, for museums, of social networking and other technologies • Key sessions this year included: — “Demystifying the Mighty I.T.” — “Beyond the Shiny Object” — More!
    23. 23. Annual Meeting Value One person’s very subjective take, in a nutshell: • AAM includes virtually all museum topics, so… • Can be diffuse, unless you focus yourself, but: • Premier venue for serendipitous conversations with other museum people who work in very different institutional roles and settings, as well as for learning from formal presentations on a similarly wide gamut of subjects. That is… • Knowledge-sharing and community-building across the museum field’s diverse subfields.
    24. 24. Backchannel / Durable Traces • Twitter (hashtag #aam10, some used #aam2010) • Session audio recordings (sold for fee) • Website seems to be partially swept over, or to be rendered navigationally obscure(?), by subsequent/upcoming conference content
    25. 25. 2011 AAM Annual Meeting Theme: The Museum of Tomorrow http://www.aam-us.org/am11 Houston, May 22–25, 2011 Come back to Texas!
    26. 26. Rachel Varon New Media Consortium Reporting on: NMC Summer Conference
    27. 27. NMC Conference Roundup Report
    28. 28. 2010 NMC Summer Conference • Held in Anaheim, California • Hosted by the University of Southern California • Over 75 sessions offered • Attended by faculty members in new media disciplines, mid- to upper- management personnel, and senior technologists at colleges and universities
    29. 29. Highlights Keynote speakers: – Mimi Ito – John Sealy Brown http://www.nmc.org/ 2010-summer-conference/ highlights
    30. 30. Pre-Conference and Hands-on workshops by Apple & Adobe
    31. 31. Five Minutes of Fame
    32. 32. 2011 NMC Summer Conference
    33. 33. Learn more at: www.nmc.org
    34. 34. Ruth Ann Rugg Texas Association of Museums Reporting on: TAM Annual Meeting
    35. 35. Conference Roundup Report October 2010 Texas Association of Museums (TAM) Ruth Ann Rugg Executive Director Texas Association of Museums
    36. 36. Texas Association of Museums (TAM) http://www.texasmuseums.org • TAM is a non-profit 501C3 museum service organization founded in 1975 • Supports professionals working in Texas museums, historic sites, and other arts, cultural, and community organizations • Provides professional development opportunities, skills training, and other educational resources • Promotes national standards and best practices for museums and museum professionals, working closely with AAM and AASLH • Works to keep membership informed of museum-related news, challenges, trends, programming, advocacy avenues, and funding sources • Includes 700 individuals and institutions in TAM membership, each representing diverse subject matter and cultures • Headquarters in Fort Worth and employs two full-time staff members
    37. 37. 2010 Annual Meeting Theme “All Aboard: Museums on Track” March 16-19, 2010 Bryan-College Station Texas museums are facing many challenges in these uncertain economic times. In addition to weathering a slower economy, many of our museums in Texas are also recovering from devastating weather conditions and are busy at work restoring their institutions. … Our 2010 TAM Annual Meeting will focus on ways that museums can pull together and ‘stay on track.’ Let’s explore resource sharing, collaboration on restoration projects, creative and innovative fundraising, and ways to motivate and inspire the ‘engines’ in our museum communities.
    38. 38. TAM Annual Meeting • Attracts 500 museum professionals, volunteers, trustees, and other colleagues from the cultural community for: – Sessions, panel discussions, and workshops – Keynote speakers and “Feature Speaker” forums – Tours of local museums and historic sites – Exhibit Hall and Vendor demonstrations – Affinity Group Meetings – Regional Museum Association Meetings – Networking opportunities
    39. 39. 2010 Annual Meeting Highlights • Keynote speaker Nina Simon, Principal of Museum 2.0, addressed opening luncheon of 250 and presented a follow- up session with 150 participants • Keynote speaker Barbara Bush, former First Lady, addressed the closing luncheon of 250 • Feature speaker Ford Bell, President of AAM, addressed opening luncheon of 250 and lent expertise in small groups • Feature speakers Beth Merritt, Founding Director, Center for the Future of Museums, and Peter Bishop, Futurist and coordinator of the graduate program in Futures Studies, University of Houston, directed a working group on scenario planning for the future of Texas Museums
    40. 40. More Highlights • Offsite behind-the-scenes-tour of the Conservation Research Laboratory at Texas A&M University working on the LaSalle Shipwreck Project. Q&A with nautical archeologists. • Over $6,000 in scholarship money provided by Affinity Groups and Regional Organizations to assist accessibility, including first-time GLBT scholarship award • Mitchell A. Wilder Publication Design Awards Competition honored 21 winners at 14 institutions • Participants included over 40 university students • Participants included 10% first-time attendees
    41. 41. TAM Affinity Groups • AMAG Art Museums Affinity Group • CMC Collection Managers Committee • HSHAG Historic Site/House Affinity Group • TAMEC TAM Educators Committee • MIC Multicultural Initiatives Committee • MELT Museum Emerging Leaders of Texas
    42. 42. Pro & Con: TAM Annual Meeting • TAM seeks to improve technology and availability of online meeting facilitation tools • Discussions need a forum for follow-up • Balance is often a challenge (small/large) • High-value opportunity for job seekers • High-value opportunity for collaborations, resource sharing, development leads • Relaxed environment
    43. 43. 2011 TAM Annual Meeting • 2011 Theme: A Place to Discover • Irving, TX, August 4-6, 2011 • Host Chair: Irving Arts Center • Conference hotel: OMNI Mandalay, Las Colinas (TAM rate $105 per night) • Registration opens online May 2011
    44. 44. Richard Urban University of Illinois Reporting on: “Research Roundup”
    45. 45. • @dublincore • #dcmi10 • Proceedings Available http://dcpapers.dublincore.org/ojs/pubs • Attendance – Library, information science – Industry – International • Conference rotates between Asia, North America & Europe – Next Year, Europe TBA
    46. 46. • DCMI Highlights – Community is actively struggling with the necessity of the DC Abstract Model and its relationship to RDF – Implications for the DC Application Profile specification – Focus on “linked data” and implications for DCMI recommendations
    47. 47. • Papers – The Case for Implementing Core Descriptive Embedded Metadata at the Smithsonian Christensen & Dunlap – The One to One Principle: Challenges to Current Practice Steve Miller – Building Metadata Application Framework for Chinese Digital Library: A Case Study of National Digital Library of China Yunyun Shen, Long Xiao, Ying Feng
    48. 48. • Posters – Towards a Premodern Manuscript Application Profile Sheila Bair, Susan Steuer – Universal Access to Cultural Heritage Material: The Europeana Resolution Discovery Service for Persistent Identifiers Lars G. Svensson – Creating Collection-Level Metadata: A TELDAP Case Study Hsueh-hua Chen, Chiung-min Tsai, Ya-Chen Ho
    49. 49. • American Society of Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) – http://www.asist.org – Established in 1968 (formerly the American Documentation Institute) • ASIS&T and MCN have held a joint meeting in the past – Conference proceedings published by the Association of Computer Machinery (ACM) Digital Library (but many can be found in individual authors’ websites)
    50. 50. • @asist2010 – #asist2010 – In conjunction with: • the International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM) – Workshops like Getting Started with Business Taxonomy Design • Dublin Core Metadata Initiative • Four tracks: – Information User/Behavior – Information Retrieval – Information Systems, Interactivity, Design – Knowledge Management (industry) – Information in Context (economic, cultural, policy)
    51. 51. • Museum Highlights – Beyond Size and Search: Building Contextual Mass in Digital Aggregations for Scholarly Use Carole Palmer, Oksana Zavalina and Katrina Fenlon – Digital Cultural Collections in an Age of Reuse and Remixes Kristin R. Eschenfelder and Michelle Caswell – Exploration of Adoption of Preservation Metadata in Cultural Heritage Institutions: Case of PREMIS Daniel Alemneh and Samantha Hastings – How Historians use Historical Newspapers Robert Allen and Robert Sieczkiewicz – ImageSieve: Exploratory Search of Museum Archives with Named Entity- Based Faceted Browsing Yiling Lin, Jaewook Ahn, Peter Brusilovsky and Daqing He – Rule Categories for Collection/Item Metadata Relationships Karen Wickett, Allen Renear and Richard Urban
    52. 52. • Papers (con’t) – Katz Out of the Bag: The Broader Privacy Ramifications of Using Facebook Shannon Oltmann – How and Why Scholars Cite on Twitter Jason Priem and Kaitlin Light Costello – Triggering Memories with Online Maps S. Tejaswi Peesapati, Victoria Schwanda, Johnathon Schultz and Dan Cosley – Questions are Content: A Taxonomy of Questions in a Microblogging Environment Miles Efron and Megan Winget
    53. 53. SIG-CON
    54. 54. Future Events • ASIS&T Information Architecture Summit March 30 - April 3, 2011 Denver, CO http://iasummit.org • Annual Meeting October 7-12, 2011 New Orleans, LA • Also check out regional chapters for events http://asist.org/sigschapters.html
    55. 55. Ted Forbes Dallas Museum of Art Reporting on: Tate Handheld Conference
    56. 56. Beck Tench Museum of Life and Science Reporting on: Design4Mobile
    57. 57. The J
    58. 58. Nancy Proctor Smithsonian Institution Reporting on: Design4Mobile, continued …
    59. 59. Truisms • Mobile phones are Borg-like tech: Every new technology they encounter, they absorb (video, camera, gps…) @justlikeair • Great mobile products are created, never ported. @justlikeair • "Web content management systems are the mainframes of the mobile era.” @grigs • Next gen CMS systems separate content from the style presentation layer: single content entry, many devices display @justlikeair
    60. 60. Audiences • Who is your audience? Focus on audience as well as hardware • Users often misbehave, and they don’t follow the path you expect • "If someone runs into a poll using your mobile product it's their own damn fault!” • 3 minute rule: what were users doing 3 min before & 3 min after? • 3 motivations for mobile: I'm micro tasking, I'm local or I'm bored
    61. 61. Contexts • What role does mobile vs tablet play, integrated cross-platform with technology & artifacts • In-room or lobby experiences • Car dealership as museum • How can visitors to IBM briefing center influence the experience, give mobile info as they are coming in… – Co-discovery, figuring out people’s tacit knowledge – how do we discover that manipulating objects – eLearning: can people come together to create a world-wide museum?
    62. 62. People • Itai Vonshak: @vonsh – iPhone demo from Auntie Kath, aged 91: http://bit.ly/9Fr3Rk – "Everything's amazing and nobody's happy" http://bit.ly/199gT1 • Cory Pressman @exprima • Josh Clark @GlobalMoxie: see his book Tapworthy on designing iPhone Apps from oreilly.com • Jason Grigsby @grigs • Luke Wroblewski @lukew see blog post Mobile First: http://bit.ly/aIKxMs • Oliver Weidlich @oliverw • Rod Farmer @rodfarmer • Shane Pearlman @justlikeair
    63. 63. Notes & Resources • http://bit.ly/aLVzNr • http://bit.ly/cBKFYh • http://bit.ly/cqZyTo • http://bit.ly/9J7NNd • http://www.mobileactive.org – global mobile for social • good@designcaffeine: Slides from my #d4m2010 talk: Designing Resourceful Mobile E-Commerce Search http://slidesha.re/d2Yshv
    64. 64. Paco Link The J. Paul Getty Museum Reporting on: SXSW
    65. 65. Part Two: Commentary, Analysis, Trends, etc. – Panelists • Rob Lancefield • Richard Urban
    66. 66. Audience Participation Comments? Questions?
    67. 67. Thank you Reminder: please fill out a conference evaluation form at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MCN2010 This presentation will be available on Slideshare at http://www.slideshare.net/event/museum-computer-network-2010

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