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Conference Program

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MCN 2010 Conference Program

 

Conference Sessions    

 

 

Unconference Sessions -- Unconference Session Proposals

See http://mcn2010.thatcamp.org/schedule for the most recent unconference schedule.

 

 

Tue 26 Oct 2010 Pre-Conference Meetings & Events

8:00 23:59 Bonnell Registration and Storage
13:00   TBC
Pre-Conference Meeting
8:00
18:00
  Steve Project Annual Meeting

 

Wed 27 Oct 2010 Workshops - Registration required

8:00 12:00 Capitol B Digital Asset Management Forum for Heritage and Culture
8:00 12:00 Capitol C Mobile Interpretation Clinic
       
8:00 12:00 Barton

Project Management for the Resource-Challenged

8:00 12:00 Bickler Video Production
13:00 14:30  Please meet at Hospitality Desk at 12:30pm Museum Tour: Texas Archive of the Moving Image
13:00 14:30  Please meet at Hospitality Desk at 12:30pm Museum Tour: University of Texas, Visual Arts Center
13:00 17:00 Capitol B Play at Work: Applying Agile Methods to Museum Website Development
13:00 17:00 Capitol C Mobile Learning (2 hour workshop)
13:00 17:00 Barton
50+ Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story
13:00 17:00 Bickler Game On! Building Museum Games that Work
15:00 16:30 Please meet at Hospitality Desk at 2:30pm Museum Tour: LBJ Library & Museum
15:00 16:30 Please meet at Hospitality Desk at 2:30pm Museum Tour: University of Texas, Harry Ransom Center
17:00 18:30 Exhibit Hall Welcome Reception

 

13:00 17:00 Capital View Terrace North
Mobile Content Standards Summit  - free and open to all!

 

 

Thu 28 Oct 2010 Conference Sessions

8:30 10:00 Capitol D

General Session - Keynote Address: Dr Larry Johnson, CEO, New Media Consortium

Watch the keynote presentation on YouTube

10:00 10:30   Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall
10:30 12:00 Capitol View Terrace North Re-Examining Our Objective: Imaging, Accuracy, and Expectations
10:30 12:00 Tannehill Catalogue This! From Library to Museum Collections, an Emerging Paradigm
10:30 12:00 Capitol C

Collaborative Exhibitions: Promoting Collections and Scholarship in Libraries and Archives

10:30 12:00 Barton
Engaging the Audience: Understanding and Responding to Our Visitors' Needs
10:30 12:00 Capitol D

Information Visualization and Museum Practice: A Discussion

12:00 13:30 Lunch on own/off site  
12:`15 13:15 TBD, meet by MCN Reg. Desk Meeting for people interested in forming NorthEast SIG
12:15 13:15 TBD SIG Meeting: Pacific NW 
12:15 13:15 TBD SIG Meeting: California
12:15 13:15 TBD SIG Meeting: Metrics & Evaluation (moved to Friday at 12:15)
13:30 15:00
Capitol D

General Session: Case Study Showcase  1 (Chair: Rob Lancefield) 

1. Accessing Humanities Collections: CHIN Taxonomy Research

 

2.  Digitizing Oil and Gas History in Texas, 1932–1972  

 

3. Look Here!

 

4. The Mobile Learning Institution at the Smithsonian

15:00 15:30   Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall, generously sponsored by Johns Hopkins University, Master of Arts in Museum Studies
15:30 17:00 Capitol View Terrace South The Collection in Another Context: Participating in Online Aggregations – How To and Why
15:30 17:00 Capitol C Copyright and Technology: Digital Rights Management in the Field
15:30 17:00 Tannehill

Empowering Museums to Turn Action into Data

15:30 17:00 Capitol View Terrace North

Opensource (Chair: Paul Marty) 

  1. Omeka: Open Source for Open Museums?
  2. Unlocking Museum Systems with Open Source
  3. One Week, One Tool: Lessons from an Experiment in Open Source Rapid Development
15:30 17:00 Barton

Digital Learning 1 (Chair: Dana Mitroff Silvers) 

  1. Rethinking Modern Teachers Online at MoMA

  2. The Power of Visual Storytelling: Merging Collections with Fiction

  3. Crowd-Sourcing & Citizen History at the Holocaust Museum: An Online Collaborative Learning Lab
17:00 18:00 Exhibit Hall
Un-silent Auction
19:00 whenever Austin Pub Crawl

 

Thu 28 Oct 2010 Unconference Sessions

10:30 12:00 Capitol A/B THATCamp Kick-off: Introduction and scheduling 
12:00 13:30 Off site Lunch on your own (not provided)
13:30 15:00 Capitol A
 
Libraries and Archives: creating an MCN Special Interest Group (SIG) 
13:30 15:00 Capitol B
 
Refining the Plow: Revisiting Working Rapid Capture Digital Workflows 
15:30 17:00 Capitol A
 
Museums, Mobile & Augmented Reality: Redefining the Museum Experience
15:30 17:00 Capitol B Building map guides with open source tools and content

 

Fri 29 Oct 2010 Conference Sessions

7:30 18:00 Capitol A Foyer Registration
7:30 8:30 TBD SIG Chairs and MCN Board Meeting
8:30 10:00 Capitol D

General Session: Case Study Showcase 2 (Chair: Erin Coburn) 

  1. Engaging Viewers through Touchless Interactive Art
  2. Hands On with Augmented Reality
  3. Championing Innovation: Multi-Touch Table Development at the Getty
  4. The Invisible Interactive  
  5. Preserve and Access the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
10:00 15:30 Capitol E thru H Exhibit Hall Open
10:00 10:30 Capitol E thru H Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall
10:30 12:00 Tannehill Surveying the Gap between the Digital and Physical Visitors
10:30 12:00 Capitol C

Building a Community of Museums: MIDEA Member Reflections

10:30 12:20 Capitol View Terrace South

21st Century Conservation (Chair: Dale Kronkright)

  1. Adopting Robust Photography-Based Digital Techniques in Conservation and Related Museum Contexts
  2. Micro-Fade Testing and the Preservation of Light Sensitive Museum Collections: Practical Uses for Complex Data

  3. ConservationSpace: An Open Source Application for the Digital Management of Conservation Information

  4. Museums without Walls: Using Web Applications to Showcase Outdoor Collections and Engage the Community 

     

10:30 12:00 Capitol View Terrace North Multi-Institutional Collaborations through Search (Chair: Cathryn Goodwin)
  1. Searching Cultural Collections: New Research and Methods
  2. Single Search Solutions: Reporting from the Field
  3. Steve in Action: Tools and Applications for Social Tagging

 

 

10:30 12:00 Barton

Digital Learning 2 (Chair: Robert Costello) 

  1. Institutional Transparency through Educational Programs: A Case Study 2.0
  2. Growing Your Audience: Reaching Kids Online with Digital Museum Educational Resources
  3. Mashing Up History and Teaching Our Kids—The Public Is Invited
12:00 13:30 Lunch on own/off site  
12:15 13:15 TBD SIG Meeting: Intellectual Property
12:15 13:15 TBD SIG Meeting: Standards
12:15 13:15 TBD

SIG Meeting: Small Museum

 

12:15 13:15 TBD

SIG Meeting:  Metrics & Evaluation 

13:30 15:00 Capitol D

General Session: Case Study Showcase 3 (Chair: Douglas Hegley) 

  1. Lights, Camera, Action! An Interactive Visitor Experience Using Film, Green Screen Technology and Social Media
  2. Reflectance Transformation Imaging: Creating Rich Imaging for Interactive Use
  3. Rescuing the Evidence through Social Media
  4. Utilizing Social Media to Facilitate Two-Way Involvement with the Museum
  5. Using Semantic MediaWiki for “Easy” Data Integration
15:00 15:30   Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall
15:00 15:30 Capital View Terrace South MCN Town Hall: Q & A about MCN
15:30 17:00 Barton

Volunteer-Generated Content at the Goodwill Computer Museum

15:30 17:00 Capitol C

The Collaborative Calendaring Project

 
15:30 17:00 Tannehill Building Digital Curation Capacity for Museums
15:30 17:00 Capitol View Terrace North

Ethics and the Idea of the Museum (Chair: Leonard Steinbach) 

  1. Ethics and Museums: Learning from Students
  2. Fostering a Democratic Museum Culture

  3. The Identity of Objects: Historical Trends in the Concept of Collection

15:30 17:00 Capitol View Terrace South

2010 Conference Review Roundtable

18:00 20:00
Blanton Museum of Art
Conference Reception, generously co-sponsored by Antenna Audio, the Blanton Museum of Art and The New Media Consortium

 

Fri 29 Oct 2010 Unconference Sessions

8:30 10:00 Capitol A TBD 
8:30 10:00 Capitol B TBD 
10:30 12:00 Capitol A
 
TBD 
10:30 12:00 Capitol B
 
TBD 
12:00 13:30 Off site Lunch on your own (not provided)
13:30 15:00 Capitol A
 
Visualizing Museum Collections 
13:30 15:00 Capitol B
 
Build an Online Collecting Site 
15:30 17:00 Capitol A
 
Ways to Tap the Wisdom of Crowds
15:30 17:00 Capitol B Free

Sat 30 Oct 2010 Conference Sessions

8:30 10:00 Capitol D

General Session - Case Study Showcase 4 (Chair: Christina DePaolo) 

  1. The Digital Curation Exchange: An Interactive Space for All Things Digital Curation

  2. The Ins and Outs of Feminist Art Online and On Display

  3. The Weisman Art Museum: Engaging the Community in Public Art through Digital Media

  4. Collections Online at Museum Victoria

  5. Tailoring Access to Online Collections through Interpretive Resources
10:00 10:30 Capitol Foyer Coffee Break 
10:30 12:00 Bickler Ethics, Strategy, and Scalability in Digital Asset Management (Chair: Rob Lancefield) 
  1. Building the Artists Documentation Archive: Negotiating Digital Preservation and Access to Conservation Documentation at the Menil Collection
  2. The Axis of Access: Presenting Archival Video on the Web
  3. DAM Busters: Digital Asset Management Strategies for Multi-Platform Content Delivery
10:30 12:00 Capitol C

Building Communities of Interest with Museum Collections, Libraries, and Archives

  1. The Biodiversity Heritage Library (www.biodiversitylibrary.org
  2. Flickr Commons (www.flickr.com/photos/smithsonian/)
  3. Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies Online Conference Series
10:30 12:00 Capitol View Terrace North Involving Users in the Co-Construction of Digital Knowledge in Museums
10:30 12:00 Capitol View Terrace South

Mobile (Chair: Nancy Proctor) 

  1. Two Birds, One Stone: Creating an iPhone App and Mobile Site Simultaneously
  2. TAP: A Mobile Tour Platform and Strategy for Museum Mobile Content
  3. Say When: Deciding How Much is Too Much in a Museum Mobile Tour
10:30 12:00 Tannehill Making the Case to Management
12:00 13:30 Lunch on own/off site  
12:15 13:15   SIG Meeting: Digital Media
12:15 13:15   SIG Meeting: Information Technology
12:15 13:15   SIG Meeting: Semantic Web
13:30 15:00 Capitol View Terrace South Funding Museums in the 21st Century
13:30 15:00 Capitol View Terrace North 2010 Horizon Report: Museum Edition Roundtable
13:30 15:00 Capitol C Making Beautiful Metadata Together: Training to Share in Texas
13:30 15:00 Bickler  

Collaborating with Audiences (Chair: Koven J. Smith) 

  1. Bringing Wikipedia In-House: The British Museum Wikipedian in Residence Project
  2. Building an Interactive Experience: What Does This Mean and What Are the Implications?
  3. Wikipedia Saves Public Art
 
13:30 15:00 Tannehill

New Technologies Applied (Chair: Titus Bicknell) 

  1. Bringing Sculptures Out of the Internet Stone Age - The Mourners: Sculptures from the Court of Burgundy
  2. Sensors: Getting Engaged!
  3. Tablet-Enhanced Group Tours

15:30 17:00 Capitol D Inside/Out's Pros and Cons: A Great Debate

 

Sat 30 Oct 2010 Unconference Sessions

8:30 10:00 Capitol A

Mobile Technology and the School Field Trip: Can it

Work?

8:30 10:00 Capitol B Wikipedia Collaboration! Smithsonian, National Archives, and mini-editing "workshop"
10:30 12:00 Capitol A
 
Free
10:30 12:00 Capitol B Free
12:00 13:30 Off site Lunch on your own (not provided) 
13:30 15:00 Capitol A TBD 
13:30 15:00 Capitol B
 
TBD 
15:30 17:00 Outside! Meet in Capitol A Collecting Map Data with Open Street Map 
15:30 17:00 Capitol B Free

 

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