MW2013 Program

Outlined below is the full program for MW2013. A PDF version of the program is avaialble here.

Tuesday, April 16 2013
9:00am - 5:00pm
Tour 1: CMS, Object Stories, Mobile and Touch
First we go to Portland Art Museum for a Tour of the Object Stories booth and Carrie May Weems special exhibition and Object Stories Listening Station with Mike Murawski, Director of Education and Public Programs.Then a Tour of the collections management photo studio and flex space, followed by a discussion of the online collections database with Maggie Hanson, Collections Information Manager. Enjoy a catered lunch at Grand Central Bakery Café a fresh, locally grown company dedicated to the craft of artisan baking and scratch cooking. After lunch, enjoy a Meridian mobile tour of the world famous Lan Su Chinese Garden, one of Portland’s greatest treasures. The Lan Su Chinese Garden app, designed for both iOS and Android based phones, is part personal tour guide, part plant guide --What’s Blooming in Lan Su, turn-by-turn directions and a comprehensive list of all of the events all run from a web CMS. Finish the day with a tour through Second Story where they are pioneering new interactive experiences for museums and pushing the boundaries of storytelling for brands and institutions across web, mobile, and installations and empowering audiences to connect and share.

9:00am - 5:00pm
Tour 2: Museum Interactive, Digital Art Archives and Digital Fabric Archives
Start the day bright and early with a tour through Second Story where they are pioneering new interactive experiences for museums and pushing the boundaries of storytelling for brands and institutions across web, mobile, and installations and empowering audiences to connect and share.  Enjoy a catered lunch at Grand Central Bakery Café a fresh, locally grown company dedicated to the craft of artisan baking and scratch cooking.  After lunch, tour the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry’s new exhibit Human + lead to highlight how emergent technologies, like the Xbox Kintect, are used in the exhibit. This will be followed by a stop to the tech lab to see the Museum’s exciting new 3D printer in action. Finally, Museum Educators will demonstrate the use of iPad technology in the exhibition space.  Then off to the Museum of Contemporary Craft & Pacific Northwest College of Art for a presentation and demonstration of a hand-built, digital archive that offers both public and internal points of access for the Museum of Contemporary Craft and Pacific Northwest College of Art.  Finish up with a tour of an ambitious project to digitize and archive 40,000 objects from the Andrea Aranow Textile Collection and make them available via the web.
Chair: Hiroko Kusano




Wednesday, April 17 2013
9:00am - 12:30pm
Medford
Adventures in embodiment: panoramic, panoptic & hemispheric immersion
- Sarah Kenderdine, Australia/Hong Kong, Anita Kocsis, Australia


9:00am - 12:30pm
Salon B
Big Data/Small Data: GLAM Collections in the 21st Century
- Amelia Abreu, USA


9:00am - 12:30pm
Salon C
Building cloud-based computing environments for museum services
- Erik Mitchell, USA


9:00am - 12:30pm
Salon I
Developing Short Form Video Elevator Pitches
- Ryan Donahue, USA


9:00am - 12:30pm
Salon G
Game on and be playful: Creating games and digital toys for your museum
- Sharna Jackson, UK, Danny Birchall, UK


9:00am - 12:30pm
Salon H
Script Writing for In-Gallery Mobile Interpretation: A Participatory Workshop and Crit Room
- Stephanie Pau, USA, Erica Gangsei, USA


9:00am - 12:30pm
Salon D
Using Web 3D for exhibit design, promotion, and installation
- Ross McKegney, Canada


9:00am - 12:30pm
Salon A
Web metrics with Seb Chan
- Sebastian Chan, Australia


1:30pm - 5:00pm
Salon C
Creating museum mobile apps in house, the easy way
- Slavko Milekic, USA


1:30pm - 5:00pm
Salon G
Designing for Everybody: Accessible, Responsive, Universal Design in Drupal
- Matthew Fisher, USA, Matthew Donadio, USA


1:30pm - 5:00pm
Salon I
Developing Short Form Video Elevator Pitches
- Ryan Donahue, USA


1:30pm - 5:00pm
Salon H
Managing an ad server and Google AdWords for your website
- Maren Dougherty, USA


1:30pm - 5:00pm
Salon D
Open Exhibits Workshop
- Charles Veasey, USA, Jim Spadaccini, USA


1:30pm - 5:00pm
Medford
Rules of Play: Design Elements of Addictive Online Learning Games
- David Schaller, USA


1:30pm - 5:00pm
Salon B
The Gallery in Your Hands: 3D Scanning & Printing
- Miriam Langer, USA, Mike Murawski, USA


5:15pm - 5:45pm
Salon I
First Time Attendees Orientation
Is this your first Museums and the Web? Meet other newbies and let the conference chairs give you some pointers about how to make this conference work and what to look out for and then we'll head off to the Welcome Reception ...

6:30pm - 8:30pm
Welcome Reception
Update: Meet Buses outside Door at Clay Street. (By the Valet Door at Lobby.) Buses start departing at 6:00 pm. Few experiences compare to seeing someone breathing life into hot glass, melting color into form, and shaping molten liquid into durable art. Join us at the Museums and the Web welcome reception at Elements Glass Art Gallery and Studio, the largest glass blowing facility in Portland.  Located in Portland’s gallery district at 1979 NW Vaughn Street, you will get to see local master glass blowers produce glass art pieces and if you are lucky win some of these pieces. And without a doubt you will enjoy a drink or two and heavy hors d'oeuvres. http://elementsglass.com/



Thursday, April 18 2013
9:00am - 10:00am
Oregon Ballroom
Opening Plenary
The opening plenary will be followed by a discussion with session attendees led by Larry Friedlander, Peter Samis and Heather Champ.
Chair: Nancy Proctor

When the rare becomes commonplace: challenges for museums in a digital age
- Larry Friedlander, USA


10:30am - 12:00pm
Salon A&B
Network Effects
Part of the "Innovating the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Allegra Burnette

Web Lab - bridging the divide between the online and in museum experience
- Dave Patten, UK


Design Thinking for Visitor Engagement: Tackling One Museum’s Big Challenge Through Human-Centered Design
- Dana Mitroff Silvers, USA, Molly Wilson, USA, Maryanna Rogers, USA


Transforming the Art Museum Experience: Gallery One
- Jane Alexander, USA, Jake Barton, USA, Caroline Goeser, USA


10:30am - 12:00pm
Salon H&G
On-site Evaluations
Part of the "Evaluating the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Maren Dougherty

Early Detection of Museum Visitors' Identities by Using a Museum Triage
- Tsvi Kuflik, Israel, Eyal Dim, Israel


Capturing visitors' gazes: Three Eye Tracking Studies in Museums
- Silvia Filippini Fantoni, USA, Kyle Jaebker, USA, Daniela Bauer, Germany, Kathryn Stofer, USA


Using Commodity Hardware as an Affordable Means to Track Onsite Visitor Flow
- Gray Bowman, USA, Kyle Jaebker, USA


10:30am - 12:00pm
Salon D&C
Online Access
Part of the "Extending the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Rob Lancefield

Building cybercabinets: Best practices in online access to digital natural history collections
- Rachel Sargent, USA


Rijksstudio: get creative with the Rijksmuseum’s masterpieces
- Peter Gorgels, The Netherlands


Strength in Numbers: Complementary Approaches to Content on Collaborative Museum Websites
- Emily Lytle-Painter, USA, Sandra Fauconnier, Netherlands


10:30am - 12:00pm
Salon I
The High Res Museum
Part of the "Optimizing the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Paolo Paolini

Exploring Gigapixel Image Environments for Science Communication and Learning in Museums
- Ahmed Ansari, USA, Illah Nourbakhsh, USA, Chris Bartley, USA, Marti Louw, USA


Mo’ Pixels, Mo’ Problems: Moving Toward a Resolution Independent Web
- Matt Gipson, USA, Rita Troyer, USA


Where do images of art go once they go online? A Reverse Image Lookup study to assess the dissemination of digitized cultural heritage.
- Isabella Kirton, UK, Melissa Terras, UK


12:00pm - 1:00pm
Lunch on your own
Check here for a listing of places within walking distance of the hotel for lunch.

1:00pm - 2:30pm
Salon I
Crowdsourcing
Part of the "Evaluating the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Rob Lancefield

In Other Words: Crowdsourcing Translation for a Video-Driven Web
- Jonathan Munar, USA, Susan Chun, USA


Digital Humanities and Crowdsourcing: an Exploration
- Laura Carletti, UK, Derek McAuley, UK, Dominic Price, UK, Gabriella Giannachi, UK, Steve Benford, UK


Making Sense of Historic Photographic Collections on Flickr The Commons: Institutional and User Perspectives
- Bronwen Colquhoun, UK


1:00pm - 2:30pm
Salon A&B
Digital Curation
Part of the "Extending the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Sarah Hromack

Online Exhibitions
- Jennifer Mundy, UK, Jane Burton, UK


ARtSense and Manifest.AR: Revisiting Museums in the Public Realm through Emerging Art Practices
- Roger McKinley, UK, Areti Damala, UK


Curating the Digital World: Past preconceptions, present problems, possible futures
- Susan Cairns, USA, Danny Birchall, UK


1:00pm - 2:30pm
Salon D&C
New Tools and Interfaces
Part of the "Optimizing the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Bruce Wyman

Please Feel the Museum: The Emergence of 3D Printing and Scanning
- Liz Neely, USA, Miriam Langer, USA


Open systems, loosely coupled: Creating an integrated museum eCommerce system for the MCA
- Keir Winesmith, USA


Visual Exploration of Australian Prints and Printmaking
- Ben Ennis Butler, Australia


1:00pm - 2:30pm
Salon H&G
Rewiring the Museum
Part of the "Innovating the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Sandy Goldberg

In line, Online: Curator buy-in starting from the ground up
- Eric Espig, Canada, Alyssa McLeod, Canada


Visitors, Digital Innovation and a Squander Bug: Reflections on Digital R&D for Audience Engagement and Institutional Impact
- Claire Ross, UK, Melissa Terras, UK


This is Our Playground: Recognising the value of students as innovators
- Oonagh Murphy, Northern Ireland, Alan Hook, Northern Ireland


3:00pm - 6:00pm
Oregon Ballroom
Salons
The Salons are a development on the Unconference sessions that MW has hosted in the past, offering a hybrid of planned conversations and timely spontaneity. They are an opportunity for groups with shared interests on specific topics to come together without formal, peer reviewed presentations, but with the opportunity to begin self-organizing through blogs on this website in advance, and the possibility to continue the discussion online after our in-person meeting. By connecting these special interest groups before and during the conference, we hope that some of the Salon gatherings will lead to more formal paper proposals and collaborations next year. The Salons will be held Thursday afternoon from 3-6pm. They'll begin with a plenary planning session in the "unconference" style; Salons proposed here through the MW2013 website will be added to the list of sessions proposed on the day at the conference. Once the final roster of 16 Salons is agreed by popular vote, there will be two, one-hour Salon sessions with eight discussions running in parallel in each hour. Salon leaders are encouraged to publish notes from their sessions in this "Salon" section of the MW2013 website and also use this online space to continue the conversation after the in-person meeting. To submit a Salon topic please login or register and visit the Salon. The MW2013 sessions are: 4-5pm
  1. Measuring long-term impact of social media engagement on audiences Medford
  2. Reviewing and evaluating mobile museum services Salon C/D
  3. Mobile web or mobile apps? Ballroom right side
  4. Standards: beyond TourML Ballroom left side
  5. Best practices for video production Salon A/B
  6. Natural History digitization Columbia
  7. Bleeding edge technologies Salon G/H
  8. Crowdsourcing: citizen curators Salon I
5-6pm
  1. What's the point of a Museum Blog? Medford
  2. Museums and Open Culture Ballroom
  3. Federated data sharing Mount Hood
  4. Data visualization Columbia
  5. Allowing customers to define their own experience Salon C/D
  6. Contemporary art collections and copyright Salon A/B
  7. Curation: evolving definitions for a digital age Salon I
  8. Making the most of software as a service (like google) Salon G/H
 

6:00pm - 7:00pm
Exhibit Hall
Demonstration Group 1 in the Exhibitor Hall
How Hirst's spin paintings deepened Tate Kids engagement and reach from preschool to pre-teens.
- Sharna Jackson, UK, Mar Dixon, UK


A perfect storm of online engagement? 24,000 votes, 600 stories, and the 100 toys that got us there
- Lori Phillips, USA


Center for Cultural Technology Demo Session
- Mimi Roberts, USA


e-artexte: Open Access Digital Repository for Documents in Visual Arts in Canada.
- Tomasz Neugebauer, Canada


From Print to Pixels: Hello from MoMA Learning
- Stephanie Pau, USA, Lisa Mazzola, USA


How to Ride the Digital Wave - a Collaboration Between Museums and The Danish Broadcasting Corporation
- Lars Ulrich Tarp Hansen, Denmark, Tobias Golodnoff, Denmark, Ivan Dehn, Denmark, Miriam Lerkenfeld, Denmark


Look, Listen, Learn and Play: Mobile, Touchtable and Smart TV at the Albertina
- Friederike Lassy-Beelitz, Austria, Wolfgang Schreiner, Austria


Object Stories: Storytelling and Community Collaboration
- Katie Burns, USA, Mike Murawski, USA


Preserving History for Future Generations at The King Center
- George DeMet, USA


Taking The Collection Out Of The Gallery
- Rose Cardiff, UK, Kirstie Beaven, UK, Rebecca Sinker, UK


TourML & Tap: An Open-Source Toolset for Mobile Tours
- Kyle Jaebker, USA, Gray Bowman, USA


A Portable Exploratorium: Creating Hands-On Learning Experiences for the iPad
- Jean Cheng, USA


6:00pm - 8:30pm
Exhibit Hall
Exhibitors' Reception
A reception sponsored by the Exhibitors opens the Exhibit Hall at Museums and the Web. New products, services, and designs are featured in a concentrated gathering of interactive multimedia museum vendors. The Exhibit Hall is also open all day on Friday, and from 8:30 am. to noon on Saturday for further interaction with the vendors. On those days, vendors will be grouped amongst five dozen Demonstrations by museums of their latest web developments.

7:30pm - 8:30pm
Exhibit Hall
Demonstration Group 2 in the Exhibitor Hall
A Case Study on Producing Million-Viewed Video in Museum Channel
- Shin'ichiro SUZUKI, Japan, Shin-ichi Minato, Japan


A Place for Art : Create pathways at your fingertips
- Tim Wray, Australia


Error 404: The Object is Not Online at the Canadian Centre for Architecture
- Andy Pressman, USA


Games from Wellcome Collection
- Danny Birchall, UK


Howdy Partner! Transforming Relationships Between Museums, Universities, and Communities through Cultural Technology in New Mexico
- Mimi Roberts, USA


Modelling the meaning of museum stories
- Annika Wolff, UK, Paul Mulholland, UK, Trevor Collins, UK


Online Scholarly Cataloguing at Tate
- John Stack, UK, Jennifer Mundy, UK


Situated Simulations between Centre and Periphery in Museum Mediation
- Gunnar Liestoel, Norway


The train is our friend
- Maria Teixeira, Portugal, Maria van Zeller Sousa, Portugal


TXTilecity: Museums, Imagined Geographies and Real-World Relevance
- Shauna McCabe, Canada, Shawn McCarty, Canada


Web Based Tangible User Interfaces for an Online Constructivist Museum: The God Collector Experiment (DEMO)
- Javier Pereda, UK


A different kind of experience: Using a smart mobile guide for education and aging research at the Hecht Museum
- Tsvi Kuflik, Israel, Ornit Sagy, Israel, Joel Lanir, Israel, Alan Wecker, Israel, Orit Mogilevsky, Israel


Seeing the future with Mobile Technologies, MoFO
- Vince Dziekan, Australia, Lizbeth Troy, USA, Reginald Moy, USA




Friday, April 19 2013
9:00am - 10:30am
Salon H&G
Lightning Talks 1
Chair: Liz Neely

Love Letters to Rothko
- Tim Svenonius, USA


User Experience, Visitor Experience: Thinking Holistically for Museum Mobile Design
- Tanya Treptow, USA


Creating the Kaleidoscope: Are Museums Inviting Full Participation When the Digital Divide Still Exists?
- Porchia Moore, USA


Revitalizing Education: New Strategies for Deep Impact
- Darren Milligan, USA


Describe Me
- Jonny Brownbill, Australia


Using Social Media and the Web to Engage Audiences with Permanent Collections
- Caitlin Martin, USA


Affection Management
- Luis Mendes, Brazil


9:00am - 10:00am
Salon A&B
Professional Forum: Mobile Media and Open-Air Museums
Mobile Media and Open-Air Museums
- Michael Epstein, USA, Ronald Lenz, The Netherlands


9:00am - 10:30am
Salon I
The Inclusive Design Crit Room
Chair: Corey Timpson

The Inclusive Design Crit Room
- Corey Timpson, Canada, Morgan Holzer, USA, Jutta Trevira, Canada


Establishing Sound Practice: Ensuring Inclusivity with Media Based Exhibitions
- Corey Timpson, Canada, Jutta Trevira, Canada


9:00am - 10:00am
Salon D&C
User testing workshop
User testing workshop
- Tiana Tasich, UK, Elena Villaespesa, UK


10:00am - 11:00am
Salon A&B
Professional Forum: Humour as an institutional voice
Humour as an institutional voice.
- Aaron Cope, USA, Heather Champ, USA, Piotr Adamczyk, USA


10:00am - 11:00am
Salon D&C
Using tactical decision-making to make technology projects succeed
Using tactical decision-making to make technology projects succeed
- Andrew Lewis, United Kingdom


10:30am - 12:00pm
Salon H&G
Lightning Talks 2
Chair: Daniel Davis

LiveScience
- Esther Herberts, The Netherlands, Marianne Fokkens, The Netherlands


Mapping and Visualizing a Messy Archive
- Theis Madsen, Denmark


Multi-institutional, mega-influential: Thinking creatively and collaboratively about online marketing campaigns
- Maren Dougherty, USA


The Online Footprint of Museums: Measuring and Analyzing Museum’s Social Media Activities
- Erik Hekman, Netherlands, Thijs Waardenburg, The Netherlands


Is there an animated gif for that? Opportunities for sharing collections on social sites.
- Paul Rowe, New Zealand


REMIX - Culture, Technology, Entrepreneurship
- Peter Tullin, UK


10:30am - 12:00pm
Salon I
Web Crit Room
Web Crit Room
- Bruce Wyman, USA, Dana Mitroff Silvers, USA, John Stack, UK


11:00am - 12:00pm
Salon D&C
Museomix : remix your museum!
Museomix : remix your museum!
- Mar Dixon, UK


11:00am - 12:00pm
Salon A&B
Professional Forum: Rethinking Pathways into Museum Collections
Disrupting Discovery: Artsy and Museums Rethinking Pathways to Collections
- Christine Kuan, USA, Sebastian Chan, Australia, Jane Alexander, USA, Matthew Israel, USA


12:00pm - 1:00pm
Exhibit Hall
Light Buffet Lunch in Exhibit Hall
Join attendees for a light buffet lunch in the Exhibit Hall.

1:30pm - 2:30pm
Oregon Ballroom
Plenary
What's a Museum Technologist today?
- Rich Cherry, USA, Robert Stein, USA


2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salon D&C
Formative Evaluation Techniques for Film and Beyond
Formative Evaluation Techniques for Film and Beyond
- Dave Eresian, USA, Ryan Wyatt, USA


2:30pm - 4:00pm
Salon I
Mobile Crit Room
Mobile Crit Room
- Sebastian Chan, Australia, Peter Samis, USA, Sandy Goldberg, USA


2:30pm - 3:30pm
Oregon Ballroom
Professional Forum: Avoiding Icebergs Whilst Steering the Titanic
Avoiding Icebergs Whilst Steering the Titanic
- Ryan Donahue, USA, Erin Coburn, USA, Dana Mitroff Silvers, USA, Timothy Hart, New Zealand, Carrie Barratt, USA


2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salon H&G
Professional Forum: Let the Games Begin!
Let the games begin!
- Kate Haley Goldman, USA, Sharna Jackson, UK, Bruce Wyman, USA


3:30pm - 4:30pm
Exhibit Hall
Ice Cream Break
Join us in the exhibit hall for some ice cream!

3:30pm - 4:30pm
Salon A&B
Professional Forum: Enhancing Art Museum Exhibitions through Integrated Online and On-site Experiences
Enhancing Art Museum Exhibitions through Integrated Online and On-site Experiences
- Aaron Miller, USA, Gabriel Perez-Barreiro, USA, Allegra Burnette, USA, Kate Haley Goldman, USA, Josh Goldblum, USA


3:30pm - 4:30pm
Salon D&C
Special Focus on Technology in Education
Chair: Slavko Milekic

To MOOC or not to MOOC: Is that the question?
- Deborah Howes, USA


MOOCs, museums and schools: natural partners and processes for learning
- David Greenfield, USA


Social Learning and Social Networks: Untangling the Theoretical Thread Between Museum Education and Communication Technologies
- Robert Rutherford, USA


4:00pm - 5:00pm
Salon I
Professional Forum: Digital Strategy from Europe to the US
Digital Strategy from Europe to the US.
Chair: Koven Smith

Communicating the Museum: From Digital Strategy to Plan of Action – Two Years Down the Road
- Kajsa Hartig, Sweden


Utopia Then, Reality Now: (Re)considering the Wiki Model in Museum Culture
- Sarah Hromack, USA


Destination Success: Sustaining your digital strategy
- Carolyn Royston, USA


Tate Digital Strategy: Digital as a dimension of everything
- John Stack, UK


5:00pm - 6:00pm
Oregon Ballroom
Best of the Web Award Presentation
Best of the Web is an annual contest to recognize the best museum work on the web. Sites are nominated by museum professionals from around the world and reviewed by a committee of peers.  More information here.

6:30pm - 8:30pm
Conference Reception @ OMSI
Update: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Meet buses outside door at Clay Street. (By the Valet Door at Lobby.) Buses start departing at 6:00 pm. Join your MW colleagues for a reception at OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) one of the largest science centers in the United States.  Quench your thirst, snack on heavy Hors d'oeuvre and fill your head. Learn about cutting-edge topics in science and technology, in an interactive, informal atmosphere across five unique halls and eight hands-on science labs.



Saturday, April 20 2013
8:00am - 10:00am
Exhibit Hall
Birds of a Feather Breakfast
Colleagues will huddle over coffee and a full hot breakfast to explore topics of common interest and plan activities for the coming year. Each table is devoted to discussion on a theme proposed by attendees. Join in person and on-line, on the morning and all year-long.
Birds of a Feather Breakfast
- Rich Cherry, USA


9:00am - 10:00am
Salon A&B
A winning team for Multimedia Guides including 3D positioning
- Wolfgang Schreiner, Austria


9:00am - 10:00am
Exhibit Hall
Demonstration Group 3 in the Exhibitor Hall
Wireless in the Galleries, And Then?
- Sam Quigley, USA


ArchivesSpace: A Next-Generation Archives Management System
- Mark A. Matienzo, USA, Katherine Kott, USA


Click Here For Customized Data: Google Analytics Automated Dashboard
- Brian Alpert, USA, Effie Kapsalis, USA, Sara Snyder, USA



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Greed is good: don't settle for one platform, when you can have them all.
- Joe Baskerville, UK


Ideas for Museums: a Biography of Museum Computing
- Anna Mikhaylova, the UK


More than just a pretty picture: improving the discoverability of illustrations in the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL)
- Tris Rose-Sandler, USA, Kyle Jaebker, USA


PlaceSticker: Using a New Location-based Technology to Create Mobile Gallery Guides
- Vivian Kung Haga, USA, Wesley Hsu, USA


Sound of the Netherlands: Crowdsourcing the Dutch Soundscape
- Johan Oomen, The Netherlands, Maarten Brinkerink, Netherlands, Lotte Belice Baltussen, Netherlands, Thijs van Exel, The Netherlands


The Tweeting Museum
- Daniel Noesgaard, Denmark


Understanding Sharing Habits in Museum Visits: A Pilot Study
- Galena Kostoska, Italy, Beatrice Valeri, Italy, Marcos Baez, Italy, Denise Fezzi, Italy


CHARTing our Course: Digitizing Brooklyn’s Visual History, a Collaborative Project
- Leah Loscutoff, USA, Caridad Bojorquez, USA, Brandi Copher, USA


9:00am - 10:00am
Salon D&C
Redefining the Virtual Museum
- Debra Adamson, USA


10:00am - 11:00am
Salon D&C
Antenna's New Product Portfolio
- Ashley Day, USA


10:00am - 11:00am
Salon A&B
Athena Genesis Engine™
- Steve Hasenei, USA


10:00am - 11:00am
Salon H&G
IMLS Funding Opportunities Update
- Timothy Carrigan, USA


10:00am - 12:00pm
Salon I
Learn from the vendors, designers, developers and content producers behind some of the most exciting mobile projects of the past twelve months! In this fast-paced session, each mobile provider has ten minutes each to tell us about what they do, present their strongest mobile project of the past year, and to share three tips for museums planning their own mobile experience.
Chair: Loic Tallon

Mobile Parade: The Makers
- Loic Tallon, USA


10:30am - 12:00pm
Exhibit Hall
Demonstration Group 4 in the Exhibitor Hall
A Digital Bridge: Connecting Museum and Museum Library Content
- Jennifer Cohlman Bracchi, USA, Sara Rubinow, USA


Can a little guy make a difference? The experience of PanamaTipico.com
- Marino Jaén Espinosa, Panama


Demonstration:Balboa Park Commons
- Christina DePaolo, USA


From a broadband network to a cultural network: tales of a cross-domain collaboration.
- Eleanor Whitworth, Australia


DiMe4Heritage: Design Research for Museum Digital Media
- Marco Mason, USA


Leveraging Strategic Collaborations
- Vivian Kung Haga, USA


Museums + Online Learning
- Emily Kotecki, USA


Playtesting PlanetMania: a Mobile Game for Museum Exhibits
- David Schaller, USA, Barbara Flagg, USA


Tagging Artworks : Crowd-Curated Contemporary Art Exhibition
- Gunho Chae, Republic of Korea, Jihee Kim, Republic of Korea


The Virtual Leopold Fleischhacker Museum
- Daniel Sacher, Germany, Wolfram Luther, Germany, Barbara Kaufhold, Germany, Michael Brocke, Germany, Margret Heitmann, Germany, Daniel Biella, Germany


Utilizing user-generated digital information for research, exhibit and education at Science Museum settings.
- Hiroyuki Arita-Kikutani, Japan, Tomotsugu Kondo, Japan, Hiroyuki YAMADA, Japan, Hideaki Ito, Japan, Makoto Manabe, Japan


Building Advocacy into Website Redesign
- Laura Hoffman, USA


Wisco Histo: Using Tumblr to inspire personal connections to history
- Emily Pfotenhauer, USA


11:00am - 12:00pm
Salon D&C
Attendees will be introduced to a brand new Digital Projects for the Public grant from NEH . These development grants are intended to help museums, historic houses, historical societies, and other organizations begin to plan digital projects that would reach the general public. There will be an in-depth discussion of this new funding opportunity's requirements, as well as advice on how to shape a successful NEH proposal.
Funding Workshop from National Endowment for the Humanities
- Jeff Hardwick, USA


11:00am - 12:00pm
Salon A&B
Highlights from the NMC Horizon Report > 2012 Museum Edition
- Alex Freeman, USA


11:00am - 12:00pm
Salon H&G
Piction: DAMS integration with multiple systems to create a Data Warehouse
- Erick Kendrick, Australia, Adam LaPorta, Australia


12:00pm - 1:30pm
Lunch on you own
Check here for a listing of places within walking distance of the hotel for lunch.

1:30pm - 3:00pm
Salon A&B
Mobile
Part of the "Evaluating the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Paul Stork

Rousing the Mobile Herd: Apps that Encourage Real Space Engagement
- Matthew Fisher, USA, Jennifer Moses, USA


ArtClix: The High Museum of Art's foray into mobile apps, image recognition, and visitor participation
- Bruce Wyman, USA, Julia Forbes, USA


Lessons Learned: Evaluating the Whitney's Multimedia Guide
- Dina Helal, USA, Heather Maxson, USA, Jeanine Ancelet, USA


1:30pm - 3:00pm
Salon D&C
New takes on the Museum CMS
Part of the "Optimizing the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Dafydd James

Migrating a Complex Museum Website from a Commercial CMS to Drupal
- Jane Alexander, USA, Niki Krause, USA


ICA SOUNDWORKS: The CMS-less website
- Joe Baskerville, UK, Douglas McFarlane, UK


Story Board: Hardly the Jank-Fest It Could Have Been.
- Erica Gangsei, USA, Andrew Delaney, USA


1:30pm - 3:00pm
Salon I
Open Data
Part of the "Extending the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Ryan Donahue

Serving Tea on the Rapids: - An Architectural Approach for Managing Linked Open Data
- David Henry, USA, Eric Brown, USA


Using open source tools to expose YCBA collection data in the LIDO schema for OAI-PMH harvesting.
- David Parsell, USA


Open Culture Data: Opening GLAM Data Bottom-up
- Lotte Belice Baltussen, Netherlands, Johan Oomen, The Netherlands, Maarten Brinkerink, Netherlands, Maarten Zeinstra, Netherlands, Nikki Timmermans, The Netherlands


1:30pm - 3:00pm
Salon H&G
Transformation through Participation
Part of the "Innovating the Museum" session thread.
Chair: Timothy Hart

Nurturing Engagement: How technology and business model alignment can transform visitor participation in the museum
- Robert Stein, USA, Bruce Wyman, USA


Diving into the museum's social media stream. Analysis of the visitor experience in 140 characters.
- Elena Villaespesa, UK


Taking Membership Digital
- Allegra Burnette, USA


3:00pm - 4:00pm
Oregon Ballroom
Closing Plenary
Chair: Sebastian Chan

What can museums learn from immersive theater?
- Diane Borger, USA