Strength in NumbersComplementary Approaches toCollaborative Museum WebsitesSandra Fauconnier, Project Lead, ARTtubeMuseum ...
Museums and online collaboration• User-focused• Online video - education and storytelling• Open data and open source softw...
Why collaborate?• Share financial burden• Increase access to collection• Build new community• Shared services
ArtBabble: A Brief History
ArtBabble artbabble.org
ARTtube: A Brief History
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen arttube.boijmans.nl
www.arttube.nl
Partnership and Management
Contract ProcessOpen content policyOngoing site managementArtBabble: Partner-driven
Quality guidelinesuniqueness / expertise / depth / broader relevance /professionalism in production / experiment / diversi...
Interface and Structure
Growth to New Audiences
Proliferation of Online Educational Video
ArtBabble: Partner Control• New partner management of publishing• Expansion of For Educators• Problems with single partner...
Media Partnerships www.kunstbeeld.nl
ARTtube On Stage photos CC-BY-SA Sebastiaan ter Burg
ARTtube: Slow Growth Model• Autonomy by 2015• Infrastructural support by strong institutionalpartnerships to share hosting...
Conclusions• Necessity of commitment• Benefits of shared structureand increased access• Expanded collaboration - beyond th...
Questions?Comments?Thank you!Sandra Fauconnier@sanseveriafauconnier@boijmans.nlEmily Lytle-Painter@MuseumofEmilyelytlepain...
Strength in Numbers: Complementary Approaches to Content on Collaborative Museum Websites
Strength in Numbers: Complementary Approaches to Content on Collaborative Museum Websites
Strength in Numbers: Complementary Approaches to Content on Collaborative Museum Websites
Strength in Numbers: Complementary Approaches to Content on Collaborative Museum Websites
Strength in Numbers: Complementary Approaches to Content on Collaborative Museum Websites
Strength in Numbers: Complementary Approaches to Content on Collaborative Museum Websites
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Presentation for Museums and the Web 2013 (Portland, OR) by Emily Lytle-Painter, United States , Sandra Fauconnier, Netherlands, about www.artbabble.org and www.arttube.nl

Read our paper here: http://mw2013.museumsandtheweb.com/paper/strength-in-numbers-complementary-approaches-to-content-on-collaborative-museum-websites/

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Strength in Numbers: Complementary Approaches to Content on Collaborative Museum Websites

  1. 1. Strength in NumbersComplementary Approaches toCollaborative Museum WebsitesSandra Fauconnier, Project Lead, ARTtubeMuseum Boijmans van BeuningenEmily Lytle-Painter, Education TechnologistJ. Paul Getty Museum
  2. 2. Museums and online collaboration• User-focused• Online video - education and storytelling• Open data and open source software
  3. 3. Why collaborate?• Share financial burden• Increase access to collection• Build new community• Shared services
  4. 4. ArtBabble: A Brief History
  5. 5. ArtBabble artbabble.org
  6. 6. ARTtube: A Brief History
  7. 7. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen arttube.boijmans.nl
  8. 8. www.arttube.nl
  9. 9. Partnership and Management
  10. 10. Contract ProcessOpen content policyOngoing site managementArtBabble: Partner-driven
  11. 11. Quality guidelinesuniqueness / expertise / depth / broader relevance /professionalism in production / experiment / diversityARTtube: Editorial Guidelines
  12. 12. Interface and Structure
  13. 13. Growth to New Audiences
  14. 14. Proliferation of Online Educational Video
  15. 15. ArtBabble: Partner Control• New partner management of publishing• Expansion of For Educators• Problems with single partner managementin lieu of leadership changes
  16. 16. Media Partnerships www.kunstbeeld.nl
  17. 17. ARTtube On Stage photos CC-BY-SA Sebastiaan ter Burg
  18. 18. ARTtube: Slow Growth Model• Autonomy by 2015• Infrastructural support by strong institutionalpartnerships to share hosting costs• Membership model for museum partners• Services: filmmakers, archiving, expertise
  19. 19. Conclusions• Necessity of commitment• Benefits of shared structureand increased access• Expanded collaboration - beyond the web
  20. 20. Questions?Comments?Thank you!Sandra Fauconnier@sanseveriafauconnier@boijmans.nlEmily Lytle-Painter@MuseumofEmilyelytlepainter@getty.edu

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