[OAI-general] Call for Papers: Museums and the Web 2005

J. Trant jtrant at archimuse.com
Mon Aug 23 11:00:45 EDT 2004

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	Museums and the  Web 2005
	April 13-16, 2005
	Vancouver, BC, Canada

Call for Papers. Deadline: September 30, 2004.

You are invited to participate in Museums and the 
Web 2005, the international conference for 
culture and heritage on-line. Propose to deliver 
a paper, host an on-line activity, demonstrate a 
museum Web project, present a pre-conference 
workshop, lead a professional discussion forum, 
offer a mini-workshop, or craft a session with a 
distinctive presentation format suited to your 

Topics of special interest include:

Social Issues and Impact
*	Community Development
*	Uses of Museum Web Content
*	Museum Web Applications
*	Changes in Cultural Institutions
*	Artistic Uses of the Web

Organizational Strategies
*	Multi-Institutional Ventures
*	E-commerce for Museums
*	Content Management
*	Metadata Management
*	Building and Managing Web Teams
*	Portals and Gateways

Technical Questions
*	Multi-media and Webcasting
*	Development Tools and Processes
*	Standards and Protocols
*	The Semantic Web
*	Interfaces and Beyond

Evaluation and User Studies
*	User Analysis and Audience Profiling
*	Usability Studies and Qualitative Assessment
*	Formative and Summative Evaluation
*	Methodological Investigations
*	Implementation Impact Studies

Submit your proposal on-line at: http://www.archimuse.com/mw2005/call.html

All proposals must cite relevant URLs, explain 
the thesis of the proposed paper in at least a 
paragraph, and include full contact details (with 
e-mail address).

Deadline: September 30, 2004.

MW2005 Conference Co-Chairs
	David Bearman & Jennifer Trant
	Archives & Museum Informatics

MW2005 Program Committee

The program for MW2005 is selected by a committee 
of international experts in cultural informatics. 
All proposals are peer-reviewed.

	Lorna Abungu,  AFRICOM, Kenya

	Peter Bruce, Library and Archives of Canada, Canada

	Rich Cherry, Guggenhiem Museum, USA

	Jim Devine, Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Scotland

	Gail Durbin, Victoria & Albert Museum, United Kingdom

	Franca Garzotto, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

	Kati Geber, Canadian Heritage Information Network, Canada

	Stefan Göbel, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, Germany

	Susan Hazan, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

	Eero Hyvönen, University of Helsinki, Finland

	Paul Marty, Florida State University, USA

	Eiji Mizushima, Japan Science Foundation / Science Museum, Japan

	Kris Morrissey, Michigan State University, USA

	Liddy Nevile, La Trobe University, Australia

	Angeliki Panagiotaki, Hellenic Cultural Heritage S.A., Greece

	Darren Peacock, University of South Australia, Australia

	Xavier Perrot, Le Sorbonne / Ecole du Louvre, France

	Ed Rodley, Museum of Science, USA

	Stephanie A. Stebich, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, USA

	Kevin Sumption, Powerhouse Museum, Australia

	Sarah Tinsely, Tate, United Kingdom

	Ron Wakkary, Simon Frazer University, Canada

	Bruce Williams, Canadian Museum of Nature, Canada

	Karen Worcman, Museum of the Person, Brazil

	Bruce Wyman, Denver Art Museum,

For on-line proposal submission, program details 
and registration information see 

David Bearman and Jennifer Trant
Co-Chairs: Museums and the Web 2005
April 13-16, 2005, Vancouver BC	Archives & Museum Informatics
http://www.archimuse.com/mw2005/	158 Lee Avenue
email: mw2005 at archimuse.com	Toronto, Ontario, Canada
phone +1 416 691 2516 / fax +1 416 352-6025

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