Speakers & Authors

MW features speakers from around the world, presenting their latest work and research findings. Proposals are peer-reviewed by an international Program Committee in a very competitive process.

AuthorTopic
Amelia Abreu
University of Washington
USA
Big Data/Small Data: GLAM Collections in the 21st Century
Workshop
Piotr Adamczyk
ITHAKA - Artstor
USA
Humour as an institutional voice.
Professional Forum
Debra Adamson
Cross Design Group LTD
USA
Redefining the Virtual Museum
Exhibitor Briefing
Jane Alexander
The Cleveland Museum of Art
USA
Migrating a Complex Museum Website from a Commercial CMS to Drupal
Paper
Transforming the Art Museum Experience: Gallery One
Paper
Disrupting Discovery: Artsy and Museums Rethinking Pathways to Collections
Professional Forum
Brian Alpert
Smithsonian Institution
USA
Click Here For Customized Data: Google Analytics Automated Dashboard
Demonstration
Jeanine Ancelet
Audience Focus Inc
USA
Lessons Learned: Evaluating the Whitney’s Multimedia Guide
Paper
Ahmed Ansari
Carnegie Mellon University
USA
Exploring Gigapixel Image Environments for Science Communication and Learning in Museums
Paper
Hiroyuki Arita-Kikutani
National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo
Japan
Utilizing user-generated digital information for research, exhibit and education at Science Museum settings.
Demonstration
Marcos Baez
University of Trento
Italy
Understanding Sharing Habits in Museum Visits: A Pilot Study
Demonstration
Lotte Belice Baltussen
Koukishin
Netherlands
Open Culture Data: Opening GLAM Data Bottom-up
Paper
Carrie Barratt
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
USA
Avoiding Icebergs Whilst Steering the Titanic
Professional Forum
Chris Bartley
Carnegie Mellon University
USA
Exploring Gigapixel Image Environments for Science Communication and Learning in Museums
Paper
Jake Barton
Local Projects
USA
Transforming the Art Museum Experience: Gallery One
Paper
Joe Baskerville
Cogapp
UK
Greed is good: don’t settle for one platform, when you can have them all.
Demonstration
ICA SOUNDWORKS: The CMS-less website
Paper
Daniela Bauer
IWM-KMRC
Germany
Capturing visitors’ gazes: Three Eye Tracking Studies in Museums
Paper
Kirstie Beaven
Tate
UK
Taking The Collection Out Of The Gallery
Demonstration
Steve Benford
University of Nottingham
UK
Digital Humanities and Crowdsourcing: an Exploration
Paper
Daniel Biella
University Duisburg-Essen
Germany
The Virtual Leopold Fleischhacker Museum
Demonstration
Danny Birchall
Wellcome Collection
UK
Games from Wellcome Collection
Demonstration
Curating the Digital World: Past preconceptions, present problems, possible futures
Paper
Game on and be playful: Creating games and digital toys for your museum
Workshop
Caridad Bojorquez
Brooklyn Historical Society/Pratt Institute
USA
CHARTing our Course: Digitizing Brooklyn’s Visual History, a Collaborative Project
Demonstration
Diane Borger
American Repertory Theater
USA
What can museums learn from immersive theater?
Other
Gray Bowman
Indianapolis Museum of Art
USA
Using Commodity Hardware as an Affordable Means to Track Onsite Visitor Flow
Paper
TourML & Tap: An Open-Source Toolset for Mobile Tours
Demonstration
Maarten Brinkerink
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
Netherlands
Sound of the Netherlands: Crowdsourcing the Dutch Soundscape
Demonstration
Open Culture Data: Opening GLAM Data Bottom-up
Paper
Michael Brocke

Germany
The Virtual Leopold Fleischhacker Museum
Demonstration
Eric Brown
Missouri History Museum
USA
Serving Tea on the Rapids: – An Architectural Approach for Managing Linked Open Data
Paper
Jonny Brownbill
Museum Victoria
Australia
Describe Me
Lightning Talk
Allegra Burnette
Independent Consultant
USA
Taking Membership Digital
Paper
Katie Burns
Fashionbuddha
USA
Object Stories: Storytelling and Community Collaboration
Demonstration
Jane Burton
Tate Galleries
UK
Online Exhibitions
Paper
Susan Cairns
Baltimore Museum of Art
USA
Curating the Digital World: Past preconceptions, present problems, possible futures
Paper
Rose Cardiff
Tate
UK
Taking The Collection Out Of The Gallery
Demonstration
Laura Carletti
Horizon Digital Economy - University of Nottingham
UK
Digital Humanities and Crowdsourcing: an Exploration
Paper
Timothy Carrigan
Institute of Museum and Library Services
USA
IMLS Funding Opportunities Update
Exhibitor Briefing
Gunho Chae
UX center, Samsung Electronics
Republic of Korea
Tagging Artworks : Crowd-Curated Contemporary Art Exhibition
Demonstration
Heather Champ
Findery
USA
Humour as an institutional voice.
Professional Forum
Sebastian Chan
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Australia
Web metrics with Seb Chan
Workshop
Mobile Crit Room
Other
Jean Cheng
Exploratorium
USA
A Portable Exploratorium: Creating Hands-On Learning Experiences for the iPad
Demonstration
Rich Cherry
Modern Operations
USA
What’s a Museum Technologist today?
Other
Birds of a Feather Breakfast
Other
Erin Coburn
Independent Consultant
USA
Avoiding Icebergs Whilst Steering the Titanic
Professional Forum
Jennifer Cohlman Bracchi
Smithsonian Libraries
USA
A Digital Bridge: Connecting Museum and Museum Library Content
Demonstration
Trevor Collins
The Open University
UK
Modelling the meaning of museum stories
Demonstration
Bronwen Colquhoun
Newcastle University
UK
Making Sense of Historic Photographic Collections on Flickr The Commons: Institutional and User Perspectives
Paper
Aaron Cope
Mapzen
USA
Humour as an institutional voice.
Professional Forum
Brandi Copher
Brooklyn Public Library
USA
CHARTing our Course: Digitizing Brooklyn’s Visual History, a Collaborative Project
Demonstration
Areti Damala
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
UK
ARtSense and Manifest.AR: Revisiting Museums in the Public Realm through Emerging Art Practices
Paper
Ashley Day
Antenna International
USA
Antenna’s New Product Portfolio
Exhibitor Briefing
George DeMet
Palantir.net
USA
Preserving History for Future Generations at The King Center
Demonstration
Christina DePaolo
4Culture
USA
Demonstration:Balboa Park Commons
Demonstration
Ivan Dehn
Danish Broadcast Corp.
Denmark
How to Ride the Digital Wave – a Collaboration Between Museums and The Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Demonstration
Andrew Delaney
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
USA
Story Board: Hardly the Jank-Fest It Could Have Been.
Paper
Eyal Dim
University of Haifa
Israel
Early Detection of Museum Visitors’ Identities by Using a Museum Triage
Paper
Mar Dixon

UK
Museomix : remix your museum!
How-to Session
How Hirst’s spin paintings deepened Tate Kids engagement and reach from preschool to pre-teens.
Demonstration
Matthew Donadio
Night Kitchen Interactive
USA
Designing for Everybody: Accessible, Responsive, Universal Design in Drupal
Workshop
Ryan Donahue
Baltimore Museum of Art
USA
Developing Short Form Video Elevator Pitches
Workshop
Avoiding Icebergs Whilst Steering the Titanic
Professional Forum
Maren Dougherty
Autry Museum of the American West
USA
Managing an ad server and Google AdWords for your website
Workshop
Multi-institutional, mega-influential: Thinking creatively and collaboratively about online marketing campaigns
Lightning Talk
Vince Dziekan
Monash University
Australia
Seeing the future with Mobile Technologies, MoFO
Demonstration
Ben Ennis Butler
University of Canberra
Australia
Visual Exploration of Australian Prints and Printmaking
Paper
Michael Epstein
Untravel Media
USA
Mobile Media and Open-Air Museums
Professional Forum
Dave Eresian
Hot Studio
USA
Formative Evaluation Techniques for Film and Beyond
How-to Session
Eric Espig
The Media Majlis at Northwestern University in Qatar
Qatar
In line, Online: Curator buy-in starting from the ground up
Paper
Sandra Fauconnier
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
Netherlands
Strength in Numbers: Complementary Approaches to Content on Collaborative Museum Websites
Paper
Denise Fezzi
University of Trento
Italy
Understanding Sharing Habits in Museum Visits: A Pilot Study
Demonstration
Silvia Filippini Fantoni
Indianapolis Museum of Art
USA
Capturing visitors’ gazes: Three Eye Tracking Studies in Museums
Paper
Matthew Fisher
Night Kitchen Interactive
USA
Designing for Everybody: Accessible, Responsive, Universal Design in Drupal
Workshop
Rousing the Mobile Herd: Apps that Encourage Real Space Engagement
Paper
Barbara Flagg
Multimedia Research
USA
Playtesting PlanetMania: a Mobile Game for Museum Exhibits
Demonstration
Marianne Fokkens
naturalis
The Netherlands
LiveScience
Lightning Talk
Julia Forbes
High Museum of Art
USA
ArtClix: The High Museum of Art’s foray into mobile apps, image recognition, and visitor participation
Paper
Alex Freeman
Marcus Institute for Digital Education in the Arts
USA
Highlights from the NMC Horizon Report > 2012 Museum Edition
Exhibitor Briefing
Larry Friedlander
Stanford University
USA
When the rare becomes commonplace: challenges for museums in a digital age
Paper
Erica Gangsei
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
USA
Story Board: Hardly the Jank-Fest It Could Have Been.
Paper
Script Writing for In-Gallery Mobile Interpretation: A Participatory Workshop and Crit Room
Workshop
Gabriella Giannachi
University of Exeter
UK
Digital Humanities and Crowdsourcing: an Exploration
Paper
Matt Gipson
Indianapolis Museum of Art
USA
Mo’ Pixels, Mo’ Problems: Moving Toward a Resolution Independent Web
Paper
Caroline Goeser
Cleveland Museum of Art
USA
Transforming the Art Museum Experience: Gallery One
Paper
Sandy Goldberg
principal, sgscripts
USA
Mobile Crit Room
Other
Josh Goldblum
Bluecadet Interactive
USA
Enhancing Art Museum Exhibitions through Integrated Online and On-site Experiences
Professional Forum
Tobias Golodnoff
Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Denmark
How to Ride the Digital Wave – a Collaboration Between Museums and The Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Demonstration
Peter Gorgels
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Rijksstudio: get creative with the Rijksmuseum’s masterpieces
Paper
David Greenfield
Independent education and museum Consultant
USA
MOOCs, museums and schools: natural partners and processes for learning
Other
Kate Haley Goldman
Audience Viewpoints Consulting
USA
Let the games begin!
Professional Forum
Enhancing Art Museum Exhibitions through Integrated Online and On-site Experiences
Professional Forum
Lars Ulrich Tarp Hansen
KUNSTEN Museum of Modern Art Aalborg, Denmark
Denmark
How to Ride the Digital Wave – a Collaboration Between Museums and The Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Demonstration
Jeff Hardwick
National Endowment for the Humanities
USA
Funding Workshop from National Endowment for the Humanities
Exhibitor Briefing
Kajsa Hartig
Nordiska museet
Sweden
Communicating the Museum: From Digital Strategy to Plan of Action – Two Years Down the Road
Other
Steve Hasenei
Athena Solutions
USA
Athena Genesis Engine™
Exhibitor Briefing
Margret Heitmann
Steinheim-Institut
Germany
The Virtual Leopold Fleischhacker Museum
Demonstration
Erik Hekman
Utrecht University of Applied Science
Netherlands
The Online Footprint of Museums: Measuring and Analyzing Museum’s Social Media Activities
Lightning Talk
Dina Helal
whitney museum of american art
USA
Lessons Learned: Evaluating the Whitney’s Multimedia Guide
Paper
David Henry
Missouri History Museum
USA
Serving Tea on the Rapids: – An Architectural Approach for Managing Linked Open Data
Paper
Esther Herberts
Naturalis Biodiversity Center
The Netherlands
LiveScience
Lightning Talk
Laura Hoffman
The Phillips Collection
USA
Building Advocacy into Website Redesign
Demonstration
Morgan Holzer
Pivotal
USA
The Inclusive Design Crit Room
Other
Alan Hook
University of Ulster
Northern Ireland
This is Our Playground: Recognising the value of students as innovators
Paper
Deborah Howes
MoMA
USA
To MOOC or not to MOOC: Is that the question?
Other
Sarah Hromack
Whitney Museum of American Art
USA
Utopia Then, Reality Now: (Re)considering the Wiki Model in Museum Culture
Other
Wesley Hsu
Balboa Park Online Collaborative
USA
PlaceSticker: Using a New Location-based Technology to Create Mobile Gallery Guides
Demonstration
Matthew Israel
Artsy
USA
Disrupting Discovery: Artsy and Museums Rethinking Pathways to Collections
Professional Forum
Hideaki Ito
Logosware
Japan
Utilizing user-generated digital information for research, exhibit and education at Science Museum settings.
Demonstration
Sharna Jackson
Seahorse
UK
Game on and be playful: Creating games and digital toys for your museum
Workshop
How Hirst’s spin paintings deepened Tate Kids engagement and reach from preschool to pre-teens.
Demonstration
Kyle Jaebker
Indianapolis Museum of Art
USA
TourML & Tap: An Open-Source Toolset for Mobile Tours
Demonstration
More than just a pretty picture: improving the discoverability of illustrations in the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL)
Demonstration
Using Commodity Hardware as an Affordable Means to Track Onsite Visitor Flow
Paper
Capturing visitors’ gazes: Three Eye Tracking Studies in Museums
Paper
Marino Jaén Espinosa
PanamaTipico.com
Panama
Can a little guy make a difference? The experience of PanamaTipico.com
Demonstration
Effie Kapsalis
Smithsonian Institution Archives
USA
Click Here For Customized Data: Google Analytics Automated Dashboard
Demonstration
Barbara Kaufhold
Steinheim-Institut für deutsch-jüdische Geschichte
Germany
The Virtual Leopold Fleischhacker Museum
Demonstration
Sarah Kenderdine
University of New South Wales
Australia/Hong Kong
Adventures in embodiment: panoramic, panoptic & hemispheric immersion
Workshop
Erick Kendrick
Piction
Australia
Piction: DAMS integration with multiple systems to create a Data Warehouse
Exhibitor Briefing
Jihee Kim
Gyeonggi Museum of modern art
Republic of Korea
Tagging Artworks : Crowd-Curated Contemporary Art Exhibition
Demonstration
Isabella Kirton
UCL Centre for Digtial Humanities
UK
Where do images of art go once they go online? A Reverse Image Lookup study to assess the dissemination of digitized cultural heritage.
Paper
Anita Kocsis
Swinburne University of Technology
Australia
Adventures in embodiment: panoramic, panoptic & hemispheric immersion
Workshop
Tomotsugu Kondo
The Open University of Japan
Japan
Utilizing user-generated digital information for research, exhibit and education at Science Museum settings.
Demonstration
Galena Kostoska
DISI, University of Trento
Italy
Understanding Sharing Habits in Museum Visits: A Pilot Study
Demonstration
Emily Kotecki
North Carolina Museum of Art
USA
Museums + Online Learning
Demonstration
Katherine Kott
ArchivesSpace
USA
ArchivesSpace: A Next-Generation Archives Management System
Demonstration
Niki Krause
Cleveland Museum of Art
USA
Migrating a Complex Museum Website from a Commercial CMS to Drupal
Paper
Christine Kuan
ARTSY
USA
Disrupting Discovery: Artsy and Museums Rethinking Pathways to Collections
Professional Forum
Tsvi Kuflik
The University of Haifa
Israel
Early Detection of Museum Visitors’ Identities by Using a Museum Triage
Paper
A different kind of experience: Using a smart mobile guide for education and aging research at the Hecht Museum
Demonstration
Vivian Kung Haga
Balboa Park Online Collaborative
USA
Leveraging Strategic Collaborations
Demonstration
PlaceSticker: Using a New Location-based Technology to Create Mobile Gallery Guides
Demonstration
Adam LaPorta
Piction
Australia
Piction: DAMS integration with multiple systems to create a Data Warehouse
Exhibitor Briefing
Miriam Langer
New Mexico Highlands University
USA
The Gallery in Your Hands: 3D Scanning & Printing
Workshop
Please Feel the Museum: The Emergence of 3D Printing and Scanning
Paper
Joel Lanir
University of Haifa
Israel
A different kind of experience: Using a smart mobile guide for education and aging research at the Hecht Museum
Demonstration
Friederike Lassy-Beelitz
Albertina
Austria
Look, Listen, Learn and Play: Mobile, Touchtable and Smart TV at the Albertina
Demonstration
Ronald Lenz
7scenes
The Netherlands
Mobile Media and Open-Air Museums
Professional Forum
Miriam Lerkenfeld
Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Denmark
How to Ride the Digital Wave – a Collaboration Between Museums and The Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Demonstration
Andrew Lewis
Natural History Museum
UK
Using tactical decision-making to make technology projects succeed
How-to Session
Gunnar Liestoel
University of Oslo
Norway
Situated Simulations between Centre and Periphery in Museum Mediation
Demonstration
Leah Loscutoff
Brooklyn Historical Society
USA
CHARTing our Course: Digitizing Brooklyn’s Visual History, a Collaborative Project
Demonstration
Marti Louw
University of Pittsburgh
USA
Exploring Gigapixel Image Environments for Science Communication and Learning in Museums
Paper
Wolfram Luther
University of Duisburg-Essen
Germany
The Virtual Leopold Fleischhacker Museum
Demonstration
Emily Lytle-Painter
Independent
USA
Strength in Numbers: Complementary Approaches to Content on Collaborative Museum Websites
Paper
Theis Madsen
Aarhus University
Denmark
Mapping and Visualizing a Messy Archive
Lightning Talk
Makoto Manabe
National Museum of Nature & Science, Japan
Japan
Utilizing user-generated digital information for research, exhibit and education at Science Museum settings.
Demonstration
Caitlin Martin
Association for Public Art
USA
Using Social Media and the Web to Engage Audiences with Permanent Collections
Lightning Talk
Marco Mason
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
USA
DiMe4Heritage: Design Research for Museum Digital Media
Demonstration
Mark A. Matienzo
ArchivesSpace
USA
ArchivesSpace: A Next-Generation Archives Management System
Demonstration
Heather Maxson
Whitney Museum of American Art
USA
Lessons Learned: Evaluating the Whitney’s Multimedia Guide
Paper
Lisa Mazzola
The Museum of Modern Art
USA
From Print to Pixels: Hello from MoMA Learning
Demonstration
Derek McAuley
University of Nottingham
UK
Digital Humanities and Crowdsourcing: an Exploration
Paper
Shauna McCabe
Textile Museum of Canada
Canada
TXTilecity: Museums, Imagined Geographies and Real-World Relevance
Demonstration
Shawn McCarty
Textile Museum of Canada
Canada
TXTilecity: Museums, Imagined Geographies and Real-World Relevance
Demonstration
Douglas McFarlane
Institute of Contemporary Arts
UK
ICA SOUNDWORKS: The CMS-less website
Paper
Ross McKegney
Verold
Canada
Using Web 3D for exhibit design, promotion, and installation
Workshop
Roger McKinley
FACT
UK
ARtSense and Manifest.AR: Revisiting Museums in the Public Realm through Emerging Art Practices
Paper
Alyssa McLeod
Royal Ontario Museum
Canada
In line, Online: Curator buy-in starting from the ground up
Paper
Luis Mendes
Communications and Brand Consultant for Museums
Brazil
Affection Management
Lightning Talk
Anna Mikhaylova
Leicester University
the UK
Ideas for Museums: a Biography of Museum Computing
Demonstration
Slavko Milekic
University of the Arts
USA
Creating museum mobile apps in house, the easy way
Workshop
Aaron Miller
Bluecadet Interactive
USA
Enhancing Art Museum Exhibitions through Integrated Online and On-site Experiences
Professional Forum
Darren Milligan
Smithsonian Institution
USA
Revitalizing Education: New Strategies for Deep Impact
Lightning Talk
Shin-ichi Minato
Graduate School of IST, Hokkaido University
Japan
A Case Study on Producing Million-Viewed Video in Museum Channel
Demonstration
Erik Mitchell
University of Maryland
USA
Building cloud-based computing environments for museum services
Workshop
Dana Mitroff Silvers
Designing Insights
USA
Design Thinking for Visitor Engagement: Tackling One Museum’s Big Challenge Through Human-Centered Design
Paper
Dana Mitroff Silvers
Independent Consultant
USA
Web Crit Room
Other
Avoiding Icebergs Whilst Steering the Titanic
Professional Forum
Orit Mogilevsky
The University of Haifa
Israel
A different kind of experience: Using a smart mobile guide for education and aging research at the Hecht Museum
Demonstration
Porchia Moore
University of South Carolina
USA
Creating the Kaleidoscope: Are Museums Inviting Full Participation When the Digital Divide Still Exists?
Lightning Talk
Jennifer Moses
Night Kitchen Interactive
USA
Rousing the Mobile Herd: Apps that Encourage Real Space Engagement
Paper
Reginald Moy
InFO/MoFO
USA
Seeing the future with Mobile Technologies, MoFO
Demonstration
Paul Mulholland
The Open University
UK
Modelling the meaning of museum stories
Demonstration
Jonathan Munar
Art21
USA
In Other Words: Crowdsourcing Translation for a Video-Driven Web
Paper
Jennifer Mundy
Tate
UK
Online Exhibitions
Paper
Online Scholarly Cataloguing at Tate
Demonstration
Mike Murawski
Portland Art Museum
USA
The Gallery in Your Hands: 3D Scanning & Printing
Workshop
Object Stories: Storytelling and Community Collaboration
Demonstration
Oonagh Murphy
University of Ulster
Northern Ireland
This is Our Playground: Recognising the value of students as innovators
Paper
Liz Neely
American Alliance of Museums
USA
Please Feel the Museum: The Emergence of 3D Printing and Scanning
Paper
Tomasz Neugebauer
Concordia University
Canada
e-artexte: Open Access Digital Repository for Documents in Visual Arts in Canada.
Demonstration
Daniel Noesgaard
Medical Museion (University of Copenhagen)
Denmark
The Tweeting Museum
Demonstration
Illah Nourbakhsh
Carnegie Mellon University
USA
Exploring Gigapixel Image Environments for Science Communication and Learning in Museums
Paper
Johan Oomen
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
The Netherlands
Sound of the Netherlands: Crowdsourcing the Dutch Soundscape
Demonstration
Open Culture Data: Opening GLAM Data Bottom-up
Paper
David Parsell
Yale Center for British Art
USA
Using open source tools to expose YCBA collection data in the LIDO schema for OAI-PMH harvesting.
Paper
Dave Patten
Science Museum
UK
Web Lab – bridging the divide between the online and in museum experience
Paper
Stephanie Pau
SFMOMA
USA
From Print to Pixels: Hello from MoMA Learning
Demonstration
Script Writing for In-Gallery Mobile Interpretation: A Participatory Workshop and Crit Room
Workshop
Javier Pereda
University of Southampton
UK
Web Based Tangible User Interfaces for an Online Constructivist Museum: The God Collector Experiment (DEMO)
Demonstration
Gabriel Perez-Barreiro
Coleccion Patricia Phelps de Cisneros
USA
Enhancing Art Museum Exhibitions through Integrated Online and On-site Experiences
Professional Forum
Emily Pfotenhauer
Wisconsin Library Services (WiLS)
USA
Wisco Histo: Using Tumblr to inspire personal connections to history
Demonstration
Lori Phillips
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
USA
A perfect storm of online engagement? 24,000 votes, 600 stories, and the 100 toys that got us there
Demonstration
Andy Pressman
Rumors
USA
Error 404: The Object is Not Online at the Canadian Centre for Architecture
Demonstration
Dominic Price
The University of Nottingham
UK
Digital Humanities and Crowdsourcing: an Exploration
Paper
Sam Quigley
Art Institute of Chicago
USA
Wireless in the Galleries, And Then?
Demonstration
Mimi Roberts
New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs
USA
Center for Cultural Technology Demo Session
Demonstration
Howdy Partner! Transforming Relationships Between Museums, Universities, and Communities through Cultural Technology in New Mexico
Demonstration
Maryanna Rogers
Hasso Plattner Institute of Design
USA
Design Thinking for Visitor Engagement: Tackling One Museum’s Big Challenge Through Human-Centered Design
Paper
Tris Rose-Sandler
Missouri Botanical Garden
USA
More than just a pretty picture: improving the discoverability of illustrations in the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL)
Demonstration
Claire Ross
UCL
UK
Visitors, Digital Innovation and a Squander Bug: Reflections on Digital R&D for Audience Engagement and Institutional Impact
Paper
Paul Rowe
Vernon Systems
New Zealand
Is there an animated gif for that? Opportunities for sharing collections on social sites.
Lightning Talk
Carolyn Royston
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
USA
Destination Success: Sustaining your digital strategy
Other
Sara Rubinow
Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
USA
A Digital Bridge: Connecting Museum and Museum Library Content
Demonstration
Robert Rutherford
University of Colorado at Boulder
USA
Social Learning and Social Networks: Untangling the Theoretical Thread Between Museum Education and Communication Technologies
Other
Shin'ichiro SUZUKI
National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
Japan
A Case Study on Producing Million-Viewed Video in Museum Channel
Demonstration
Daniel Sacher
University of Duisburg-Essen
Germany
The Virtual Leopold Fleischhacker Museum
Demonstration
Ornit Sagy
University of Haifa
Israel
A different kind of experience: Using a smart mobile guide for education and aging research at the Hecht Museum
Demonstration
Peter Samis
SFMOMA
USA
Mobile Crit Room
Other
Rachel Sargent
John F. Kennedy University
USA
Building cybercabinets: Best practices in online access to digital natural history collections
Paper
David Schaller
eduweb
USA
Playtesting PlanetMania: a Mobile Game for Museum Exhibits
Demonstration
Rules of Play: Design Elements of Addictive Online Learning Games
Workshop
Wolfgang Schreiner
NOUS
Austria
A winning team for Multimedia Guides including 3D positioning
Exhibitor Briefing
Look, Listen, Learn and Play: Mobile, Touchtable and Smart TV at the Albertina
Demonstration
Rebecca Sinker
Tate Galleries
UK
Taking The Collection Out Of The Gallery
Demonstration
Sara Snyder
Smithsonian American Art Museum
USA
Click Here For Customized Data: Google Analytics Automated Dashboard
Demonstration
Jim Spadaccini
Ideum
USA
Open Exhibits Workshop
Workshop
Karlijn Spoor
7scenes
Netherlands
Creating mobile, interactive tours for museums
Exhibitor Briefing
Creating mobile, interactive tours for museums
Exhibitor Briefing
John Stack
Tate
UK
Online Scholarly Cataloguing at Tate
Demonstration
Tate Digital Strategy: Digital as a dimension of everything
Professional Forum
Robert Stein
American Alliance of Musuems
USA
Nurturing Engagement: How technology and business model alignment can transform visitor participation in the museum
Paper
What’s a Museum Technologist today?
Other
Kathryn Stofer
Oregon State University
USA
Capturing visitors’ gazes: Three Eye Tracking Studies in Museums
Paper
Tim Svenonius
SFMOMA
USA
Love Letters to Rothko
Lightning Talk
Loic Tallon
Metropolitan Museum of Art
USA
Mobile Parade: The Makers
Exhibitor Briefing
Tiana Tasich
Digitelling Agency
UK
User testing workshop
How-to Session
Maria Teixeira
National Railway Museum Foundation
Portugal
The train is our friend
Demonstration
Melissa Terras
University College London
UK
Visitors, Digital Innovation and a Squander Bug: Reflections on Digital R&D for Audience Engagement and Institutional Impact
Paper
Where do images of art go once they go online? A Reverse Image Lookup study to assess the dissemination of digitized cultural heritage.
Paper
Chris Thorpe
Jaggeree Ltd
UK
High resolution laser scanning and gigapixel imagery to gather information on the condition of steam locomotives before restoration. Winifred: a case study.
Paper
Nikki Timmermans
Kennisland
The Netherlands
Open Culture Data: Opening GLAM Data Bottom-up
Paper
Corey Timpson
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Canada
The Inclusive Design Crit Room
Other
Establishing Sound Practice: Ensuring Inclusivity with Media Based Exhibitions
Other
Tanya Treptow
Centralis
USA
User Experience, Visitor Experience: Thinking Holistically for Museum Mobile Design
Lightning Talk
Jutta Trevira
Inclusive Design Institute
Canada
The Inclusive Design Crit Room
Other
Establishing Sound Practice: Ensuring Inclusivity with Media Based Exhibitions
Other
Lizbeth Troy
Museum of Future Objects
USA
Seeing the future with Mobile Technologies, MoFO
Demonstration
Rita Troyer
Indianapolis Museum of Art
USA
Mo’ Pixels, Mo’ Problems: Moving Toward a Resolution Independent Web
Paper
Peter Tullin
CultureLabel.com
UK
REMIX – Culture, Technology, Entrepreneurship
Lightning Talk
Beatrice Valeri
University of Trento
Italy
Understanding Sharing Habits in Museum Visits: A Pilot Study
Demonstration
Charles Veasey
Ideum
USA
Open Exhibits Workshop
Workshop
Elena Villaespesa
Tate
UK
Diving into the museum’s social media stream. Analysis of the visitor experience in 140 characters.
Paper
Thijs Waardenburg
HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
The Netherlands
The Online Footprint of Museums: Measuring and Analyzing Museum’s Social Media Activities
Lightning Talk
Alan Wecker
Haifa University
Israel
A different kind of experience: Using a smart mobile guide for education and aging research at the Hecht Museum
Demonstration
Eleanor Whitworth
Creative Victoria
Australia
From a broadband network to a cultural network: tales of a cross-domain collaboration.
Demonstration
Molly Wilson
Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, Stanford University
USA
Design Thinking for Visitor Engagement: Tackling One Museum’s Big Challenge Through Human-Centered Design
Paper
Keir Winesmith
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
USA
Open systems, loosely coupled: Creating an integrated museum eCommerce system for the MCA
Paper
Annika Wolff
The Open University
UK
Modelling the meaning of museum stories
Demonstration
Tim Wray
University of Wollongong
Australia
A Place for Art : Create pathways at your fingertips
Demonstration
Ryan Wyatt
California Academy of Sciences
USA
Formative Evaluation Techniques for Film and Beyond
How-to Session
Bruce Wyman
USD Design | MACH Consulting
USA
Web Crit Room
Other
ArtClix: The High Museum of Art’s foray into mobile apps, image recognition, and visitor participation
Paper
Nurturing Engagement: How technology and business model alignment can transform visitor participation in the museum
Paper
Let the games begin!
Professional Forum
Hiroyuki YAMADA
Logosware Corporation
Japan
Utilizing user-generated digital information for research, exhibit and education at Science Museum settings.
Demonstration
Maarten Zeinstra
Knowledgeland
Netherlands
Open Culture Data: Opening GLAM Data Bottom-up
Paper
Thijs van Exel
Kennisland
The Netherlands
Sound of the Netherlands: Crowdsourcing the Dutch Soundscape
Demonstration
Maria van Zeller Sousa
Sistemas do Futuro
Portugal
The train is our friend
Demonstration