Program

MW2016 features speakers from around the world, presenting their latest work and research findings. Proposals were peer-reviewed by an International Program Committee in a very competitive process.

The preliminary program includes confirmed presentations in blue/black and tentative presentations in grey. Please check the program frequently for updates.

Tuesday, April 05, 2016 | Wednesday, April 06, 2016 | Thursday, April 07, 2016 | Friday, April 08, 2016 | Saturday, April 09, 2016

Tuesday, April 05, 2016
Tuesday, April 05
8:30am - 5:00pm

Exposition Park Museum Tour, with Science!
- Jeremy Stoller, California Science Center, USA, Lila Higgins, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, USA
SOLD OUT

Tuesday, April 05
8:30am - 5:00pm

The Getty & Hammer Museum Tour
- Steven Gemmel, J. Paul Getty Museum, USA
SOLD OUT

Tuesday, April 05
9:30am - 12:00pm

The Broad Museum Tour
- Rich Cherry, Modern Operations, USA, Heather Hart, The Broad, USA, Alex Capriotti, The Broad, USA, Lauren Girard, The Broad, USA
SOLD OUT

Tuesday, April 05
3:00pm - 4:00pm
MOCA Walk-Through

A tour of MOCA Grand Avenue beginning with The Art of Our Time and ending with Hito Steyerl: Factory of the Sun. The tour will lead visitors through MOCA’s history as an institution ending with its current program of expanded publishing.​ Led by Bonnie Porter, Education Programs Coordinator and Aria Dean, Social Media Coordinator.

Please join us for the free tour at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Space is limited and available on first-come, first-served basis for the first thirty visitors. No RSVP required. Please meet the group at the lobby of MOCA.



Wednesday, April 06, 2016
Wednesday, April 06
8:00am - 9:00am
South Galeria
Coffee & Tea
Wednesday, April 06
8:00am - 7:00pm
South Galeria
Registration

Registration for the conference is open all day from 8:00am to 7:00pm. On the day of the workshops, we expect a long line at the registration desk to register for workshops at the last minute. Please create an order and select workshop(s) before arriving at the registration desk and please note that the workshop price increases for same day registrations. Register and create an order here.

Wednesday, April 06
9:00am - 12:00pm
Corinthian

Analytics Tune Up! Insights and methods to achieve a manageable approach to Google Analytics
- Brian Alpert, Smithsonian Institution, USA, Elena Villaespesa, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, April 06
9:00am - 12:00pm
Moroccan

Build interactive digital experiences with IntuiFace
- Ric Manalac, Queensland Museum Network, Australia
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Wednesday, April 06
9:00am - 12:00pm
Roman

Data and Art: Visualizing Museum Collections
- Jayme Yen, Schema Design, LLC, USA, Christian Marc Schmidt, Schema Design, LLC, USA
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, April 06
9:00am - 12:00pm
Athenian

Deep-Dive into Interpretive Media
- Agnes Stauber, LACMA, USA, Anne Martens, J. Paul Getty Museum, USA, Jolein van Kregten, Van Gogh Museum, The Netherlands, Ann Blokland, Van Gogh Museum, The Netherlands
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, April 06
9:00am - 12:00pm
Cordoban

Introduction To Journey Mapping: Tools For Understanding, Aligning, And Prioritizing
- Allegra Burnette, Forrester Research, USA
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Wednesday, April 06
9:00am - 12:00pm
Mediterranean

Linked Open Data in Museums: What It Is, the Value, and Your Organization’s Strategy
- Duane Degler, Design for Context, USA, Neal Johnson, Oculus Digital, USA, Joan Cobb, The J. Paul Getty Trust, USA
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, April 06
9:00am - 12:00pm
Corsican

Making Your Museum User Centric
- Alice Walker, Antenna International, USA, Emily Hellmuth, Indianapolis Museum of Art, USA, Christine Murray, Antenna International, USA
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Wednesday, April 06
9:00am - 12:00pm
Florentine

Social Media Analytics Workshop
- Alex Espinós, La Magnética, Spain
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Wednesday, April 06
9:00am - 12:00pm
Grecian

Transform Your Museum with Agile
- Andy Cummins, Cogapp, UK, Gavin Mallory, Cogapp, UK
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Wednesday, April 06
10:30am - 11:00am
South Galeria
Coffee & Tea
Wednesday, April 06
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Gold Room
Lunch for Workshop Attendees

Please bring your lunch ticket, provided in the registration packet, for entry to the Gold Room.

Wednesday, April 06
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Mediterranean

All about MOOCs: producing, managing and sustaining effective online course experiences
- Deborah Howes, Johns Hopkins University, USA
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Wednesday, April 06
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Florentine

Anything in, Anything out: Dynamic Data Aggregation and Web Publishing
- Andrew David, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA
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Wednesday, April 06
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Corsican

Creating mobile, Web, Windows and Mac apps using simple scripting language
- Slavko Milekic, University of the Arts, USA
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Wednesday, April 06
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Corinthian

Design Sprints for Awesome Teams: Running Design Sprints for Rapid Digital Product Development
- Dana Mitroff Silvers, Designing Insights, USA
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, April 06
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Emerald Room

Hacking Linked Data
- David Henry, Missouri History Museum, USA, Pedro Szekely, University of Southern California, USA
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Wednesday, April 06
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Moroccan

Manage Projects Digitally with Open Source Tools
- Michelle Herman, Smithsonian Archives of American Art, USA
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Wednesday, April 06
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Cordoban

Metrics, Metrics, Everywhere: Choosing the Right Ones for Your Website and Social Media
- Brian Alpert, Smithsonian Institution, USA, Sarah Banks, Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, USA, Erin Marie Blasco, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, USA, Effie Kapsalis, Smithsonian Institution Archives, USA
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, April 06
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Roman

The Psychographic Web: building websites and apps that engage users' deep-seated needs
- Andrew McIntyre, Morris Hargreaves McIntyre, UK
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, April 06
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Athenian

User Experience for Museum Professionals
- Michael Tedeschi, Interactive Mechanics, USA
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, April 06
3:00pm - 3:30pm
South Galeria
Coffee & Tea
Wednesday, April 06
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Emerald Room
First Timer Orientation

First-Timer Orientation
- Emily Lytle-Painter, Independent, USA, Margaret Collerd Sternbergh, The Phillips Collection, USA

Wednesday, April 06
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Welcome Reception

The Welcome Reception will be held at the Broad, a new contemporary art museum built by philanthropists, Eli and Edythe Broad, on Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles. The museum is designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and opened to the public on September 20th 2015.

Artist Tiffany Trenda will perform as part of MWX. wearing an interactive 3D printed garment from 7:30pm – 8pm.

Please bring your name badge and reception ticket to the event. You will not be admitted to the museum or event without a ticket. No food or drink is allowed inside the museum facility. Food and drinks will be served in the courtyard located outside the Museum.

Due to the popularity of the event at The Broad, there are no additional tickets available at this time. Please check with staff at the Registration Desk when you check in on Wednesday.

The Broad: 221 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012  The museum is a 5 minute walk from the Conference Hotel.

Ubiquitous States
- Tiffany Trenda, Tiffany Trenda, USA



Thursday, April 07, 2016
Thursday, April 07
8:00am - 9:00am
South Galeria
Coffee & Tea
Thursday, April 07
8:00am - 7:00pm
South Galeria
Registration

Registration for the conference is open all day from 8:00am to 7:00pm.

Thursday, April 07
9:00am - 10:00am
Biltmore Ballroom
Welcome and Opening Plenary: Cory Doctorow

After his call for the GLAM sector to save the free world at Museums and the Web Florence in 2014, we are thrilled to welcome Cory Doctorow back to Museums and the Web as the opening keynote speaker for our 20th anniversary conference. Cory Doctorow is a science fiction author, activist, journalist and blogger — the co-editor of Boing Boing and the author of the YA graphic novel IN REAL LIFE, the nonfiction business book INFORMATION DOESN’T WANT TO BE FREE and young adult novels like HOMELAND, PIRATE CINEMA and LITTLE BROTHER and novels for adults like RAPTURE OF THE NERDS and MAKERS. He works for the Electronic Frontier Foundation and co-founded the UK Open Rights Group. Born in Toronto, Canada, he now lives in Los Angeles.

Chair: Nancy Proctor

Thursday, April 07
10:00am - 10:30am
South Galeria
Coffee & Tea
Thursday, April 07
10:30am - 11:20am
Bernard's
Museum Partner Dialogue

The Museum and the Data Divide: Power and Influence in Analytics
- Angie Judge, Dexibit, New Zealand

Thursday, April 07
10:30am - 12:00pm
Biltmore Ballroom
Online Collections
Chair: Julia Forbes

Custom Collections Content and Generous Interfaces
- Julia Falkowski, Balboa Park Online Collaborative, USA

I don’t know what I’m looking for: Better understanding public usage and behaviours with Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums online collections
- John Coburn, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums, UK

Collections Cubed: Into the Third Dimension
- Richard Urban, Florida State University, USA

Thursday, April 07
10:30am - 12:00pm
Gold Room
Online Education
Chair: Deborah Howes

Moving from Downloads to Uploads: Towards an understanding of the curricular implications of access to large scale digitized museum collections on the professional practice of K–12 classroom educators
- Darren Milligan, Smithsonian Institution, USA

The Blended Brain: Multi-Institutional Teacher Professional Development Among Three Informal Science Institutions
- Robert Steiner, American Museum of Natural History, USA, Paul Doherty, Exploratorium, USA, Robert Payo, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, USA, David Randle, American Museum of Natural History, USA, Laura Stokes, Inverness Research, USA

Why MOOCs matter: the consequence of Massive Open Online Courses for museums, universities and their publics
- Ross Parry, University of Leicester, UK, Alex Moseley, University of Leicester, UK, Nichola Gretton, University of Leicester, UK, Rachel Tunstall, University of Leicester, UK, Matthew Mobbs, University of Leicester, UK

Thursday, April 07
10:30am - 12:00pm
Heinsbergen Room
The Digital Museum
Chair: Vince Dziekan

Representing the Web: How Has the National Museum of American History Collected and Curated Internet-Related Technology?
- Petrina Foti, University of Leicester, USA

Virtual Reality at the British Museum: What is the value of virtual reality environments for learning by children and young people, schools and families?
- Juno Rae, British Museum, UK, Lizzie Edwards, The British Museum, England

The digital museum: on studying new trajectories for the music museum
- Alcina Cortez, Inet-md, Portugal

Thursday, April 07
10:30am - 12:00pm
Emerald Room
User-centered Design
Chair: Michael Parry

Service Design Thinking for Museums: Technology in Contexts
- Ariana French, American Museum of Natural History, USA

Visitor-First, Mobile-First: Designing a Visitor-Centric Mobile Experience
- Marty Spellerberg, Spellerberg Associates, USA, Elise Granata, Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, USA, Sarah Wambold, Clyfford Still Museum, USA

Customizing for Community: Mn Artists’ DIWO Approach for a Truly User-Responsive Digital Project
- Jehra Patrick, Walker Art Center, USA

Thursday, April 07
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Lunch on your own

In addition to lunch options in the local area, The Millennium Biltmore has kindly arranged a number of options in the hotel for lunch on your own:

  • Smeraldi’s: Lunch 11.30am – 2.00pm
    Offering à la carte Lunch Menu or Seafood Buffet with Ice Tea or Lemonade: $24 per person service charge and tax included
  • Bugis Street Brasserie: Lunch 11.30am – 2.00pm
    Offering Singaporean & Malaysian Cuisine set Three Course Menu with hot Tea: $20 per person service charge and tax included
  • Rendezvous Court Café: Lunch 11.30am – 5.00pm
    Offering Grab & Go option
  • Gallery Bar: Lunch 11.30am – 4.00pm
    Offering Limited à la carte Lunch Menu with specialty drinks
Thursday, April 07
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Lunchtime Mobile Tour Workshop

Make a mobile tour in your lunch hour! We’ll show you how during this quick walking tour of downtown LA and workshop, including a stop at a nearby cafe for lunch (provided) and conversation. Before MW is finished, participants will be able to hear the mobile stops they created as part of Earprint’s Downtown LA tour on the izi.TRAVEL platform.

Limited to 6 participants. First come first served. To reserve your place, contact earprint@earprint.com  Audio recorders and a crash course on using them, pre-chosen landmarks, and research materials will be provided.

SOLD OUT

Earprints on the Street: create a collaborative walking tour of downtown LA
- Catherine Girardeau, Earprint Productions, USA, Jason Reinier, Earprint Productions, USA

Thursday, April 07
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Bernard's
Special Lunch with Microsoft

Microsoft’s mission is to “empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more.” Ryan Gaspar, Director of Strategic Partnerships, and Curtis Wong, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, invite MW attendees to lunch and a discussion of the ways in which Microsoft is helping GLAMs address some of their biggest challenges through the software and services for nonprofits program as well as turnkey offerings for education. Hear about a few of Microsoft’s more recent projects that have helped partners deliver modern and relevant experiences for guests through more personal and intelligent technology, and bring your questions and ideas about Microsoft platforms, tools and initiatives.

Lunch is provided by Microsoft by seats are limited. Reserve your seat.

At the entrance, please show your confirmation email.

Microsoft in GLAM
- Ryan Gaspar, Microsoft, USA

Thursday, April 07
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Gold Room
Measuring Social
Chair: Valeria Gasparotti

The (post) digital visitor: what has (almost) 20 years of museum audience research revealed?
- Lynda Kelly, Australian National Maritime Museum, Australia

Finding the Voice: Planning and evaluation of social media in cultural institutions
- Rod Fleming, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, Areti Damala, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

Museums on Social Media: analyzing growth and information spread through case studies
- Alex Espinós, La Magnética, Spain

Thursday, April 07
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Biltmore Ballroom
New Approaches to Storytelling
Chair: Susan Hazan

Big and Slow: Adventures in Digital Storytelling
- Danny Birchall, Wellcome Collection, UK, Anna Faherty, Strategic Content, UK

Cultivating mobile-mediated social interaction in the museum: Towards group-based digital storytelling experiences
- Akrivi Katifori, University of Athens, Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, Greece, Sara Perry, University of York, UK, Maria Vayanou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, Laia Pujol, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain, Angeliki Chrysanthi, University of Sheffield, UK, Vassilis Kourtis, University of Athens, Greece, Yannis Ioannidis, Univ. of Athens & ATHENA Research Center, Greece

“where does this work belong?” new digital approaches to evaluating engagement with art
- Jeremy Knox, University of Edinburgh, UK, Jen Ross, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Thursday, April 07
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Emerald Room
Strategic Design
Chair: Daniel Davis

Digital strategy in evolution: Issues and responses emerging from the project to develop a digital transformation strategy for Museum Victoria
- Wendy Pryor, Museums Victoria, Australia

The new Prado Museum website. A (semantic) challenge
- Javier Pantoja, Museo Nacional del Prado, Spain, Javier Docampo, Museo Nacional del Prado, Spain, Ana Martín, Museo Nacional del Prado, Spain, Ricardo Alonso Maturana, GNOSS, Spain, Carlos Navalón, cnc studio digital, Spain

Deep Personalization: A Case Study of Systems Thinking within an Art Museum
- Paul Fishwick, University of Texas at Dallas, USA

Thursday, April 07
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Heinsbergen Room
Tools for collaborative teams
Chair: Ryan Donahue

Winning (and Losing) Hearts and Minds of Museum Staff: Administrative Interfaces at Cooper Hewitt
- Sam Brenner, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, USA, Lisa Adang, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, USA

Digital Collection Content Creation at the DMA
- Shyam Oberoi, Dallas Museum of Art (DMA), USA, Andrea Severin Goins, Dallas Museum of Art, USA

Synthetic Classification of Museum Artifacts Using Basic Concepts
- Rick Szostak, University of Alberta, Canada

Thursday, April 07
2:00pm - 2:50pm
Bernard's
Museum Partner Dialogue

Google Cultural Institute, five years later
- Lucy Schwartz, Google Cultural Institute, USA

Thursday, April 07
3:00pm - 3:30pm
South Galeria
Coffee & Tea
Thursday, April 07
3:00pm - 3:30pm
Bernard's
Museum Partner Dialogue

Bringing ancient Hagia Sophia to life: Best practices and case study on high quality tour content creation
- Can Turkseven, Cultrex LLC, UK, Turkey, Can Turkseven, Cultrex LLC, UK, Turkey

Thursday, April 07
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Gold Room
Immersive and Multi-sensory Museum Experiences
Chair: Wendy Pryor

Sensing context: Reflexive design principles for intersensory museum interactions
- Daniel Harley, Ryerson University, Canada, Melanie McBride, York University, Canada, Jean Ho Chu, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, Jamie Kwan, Ryerson University, Canada, Jason Nolan, Ryerson University, Canada, Ali Mazalek, Georgia Tech & Ryerson University, Canada

Do It Together: The effect of curators, designers and technologists sharing the making of new interactive visitors' experiences
- Daniela Petrelli, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, nick dulake, Sheffield Hallam University , UK, Mark Marshall, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, Hub Kockelkorn, Museon, Netherlands, Anna Pisetti, Museo Storico Italiano della Guerra, Italy

Evaluating tangible and multisensory museum visiting experiences: lessons learned from the meSch project
- Areti Damala, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, Merel van der Vaart, University of Amsterdam / Allard Pierson Museum, the Netherlands, Loraine Clarke, University of Strathclyde, UK, Eva Hornecker, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany, Gabriela Avram, University of Limerick, Ireland, Hub Kockelkorn, Museon, Netherlands, Ian Ruthven, University of Strathclyde, UK

Thursday, April 07
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Emerald Room
Mobile
Chair: Allegra Burnette

Mobile: From Responsive to Mobile Moments
- Catherine Devine, American Museum of Natural History, USA

Innovate or stagnate: Disrupting the conventional audio guide
- Shelley Mannion, The British Museum, UK, Amalia Sabiescu, RMIT Europe, Spain, William Robinson, British Museum, UK

The de Young Museum App by Guidekick as a Model for Collaborative Development, Technological Innovation, and Visitor Behavior Insight
- Tricia Robson, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, USA, Gary Castro, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, USA, Mark Paddon, Guidekick, Inc., USA, Alexa Beaman, Guidekick , USA

Thursday, April 07
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Bernard's
MW Pop-up Museum
Chair: Barry Joseph

Opening the MWXX Pop-up Museum: Gaming Square Pegs into Dinosaur-shaped Holes
- Barry Joseph, American Museum of Natural History, USA, Eve Gaus, The Field Museum, USA, Rik Panganiban, California Academy of Sciences, USA, Koven Smith, Blanton Museum of Art, USA

Thursday, April 07
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Biltmore Ballroom
The (big) Data Session
Chair: Piotr Adamczyk

Data culture and organisational practice
- Kostas Arvanitis, University of Manchester, UK, Abigail Gilmore, University of Manchester, UK, Franzi Florack, University of Bradford, UK, Chiara Zuanni, The University of Manchester, UK

Data Warehousing
- Micah Walter, Independent, USA

Finding value beyond the dashboard
- Alex Green, Wellcome Library, UK, Annelise Andersen, Wellcome Library, UK

Thursday, April 07
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Heinsbergen Room
Tools for Community Collaborations
Chair: Douglas Hegley

A Little Sweat Goes A Long Way, or: Building a Community-Driven Digital Asset Management System for Museums
- Stefano Cossu, The Art Institute of Chicago, USA, David Wilcox, DuraSpace, Canada

Yale Center for British Art’s Reformation to Restoration project: Applying IIIF Mirador technology to support digital scholarly collaboration and research
- Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass, Yale Center for British Art, USA

Online scholarly catalogues: data and insights from OSCI
- Laura Mann, Frankly, Green + Webb USA, USA

Thursday, April 07
5:30pm - 6:20pm
Biltmore Ballroom
Plenary: The Future & Purpose of Museums and the Web
Chair: Nancy Proctor

Exploring the Future of Museums and the Web
- Jon Alexander, New Citizenship Project, UK

Thursday, April 07
6:30pm - 7:20pm
Exhibit Hall
Demonstrations 1

Inclusive Design: The Petting Zoo - Booth 6
- Corey Timpson, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Canada

Google Cultural Institute: Museum View, 360 VR, Apps, & more - Booth 7
- Ryan King, Smithsonian Freer|Sackler Asian Art Museum, USA, Marc Bretzfelder, Smithsonian Insitution, USA, Melda Washington, Smithsonian Freer|Sackler Asian Art Museum, USA

Iterative Interface Design for a Multitouch Table Experience - Booth 9
- Jesse Heinzen, Minnesota Historical Society, USA, Jim Spadaccini, Ideum, USA

A Physical/Digital Playful Learning Environment for an NM Historic Site - Booth 10
- Jonathan Lee, NMHU, USA, Simone Seagle, New Mexico Highlands University / Cultural Technology Lab, USA, Miriam Langer, New Mexico Highlands University, USA

Digital Orientation Stations at The Field Museum: Making of the Museum's first digital wayfinding system - Booth 32
- Taylor Peterson, The Field Museum, 60605, Christina Yang, Field Museum, USA

Move!Move!Move! - The Concept of Polish Poster Digital Exhibition
- Ji GUO, Shanghai University Museum, China

The Walker Art Center's Mediatheque: Enabling Open Access to the Archive Within A Cinema Experience - 31
- Anthony Tran, Walker Art Center, USA

Mapping Civic Art Assets in Los Angeles County - 30
- Yvonne Lee, Los Angeles County Arts Commission, USA, Clare Haggarty, Los Angeles County Arts Commission, USA

Thursday, April 07
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Exhibit Hall
Exhibitors' Reception

New products, services, and designs are featured in a concentrated gathering of interactive multimedia museum vendors. Coincides with demonstrations by non-profit project leaders, who will also demonstrate in Exhibit Hall booths.

Beer, Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served. An admission ticket is required and is included in your registration package. Extra tickets for guests can be purchased online after March 15 and at the Conference Registration Desk.

The Exhibit Hall is also open from 8:30am to 5:00pm on Friday, April 9 and from 8:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday, April 10.

Thursday, April 07
7:30pm - 8:20pm
Exhibit Hall
Demonstrations 2

Democratizing the Museum: creating a crowdsourced Tumblr - Booth 6
- Mairin Kerr, Beaty Biodiversity Museum, Canada

Collections Online: public access with open source tools - Booth 7
- Ryan King, Smithsonian Freer|Sackler Asian Art Museum, USA, Melda Washington, Smithsonian Freer|Sackler Asian Art Museum, USA, Liz Cheng, Freer & Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian institution, USA, Courtney OCallaghan, Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution, USA

Rethinking Traditional Exhibition Labels with New Technology at the Field Museum - Booth 32
- Christina Yang, Field Museum, USA, Taylor Peterson, The Field Museum, 60605

Sounds(s)like crowdsourcing the sounds of Istanbul - Booth 10
- Pinar Yelmi, Koc University, Turkey

DIY approach to Tangible and Embodied Visitor Experiences - Booth 9
- Dick van Dijk, Waag Society, The Netherlands, Daniela Petrelli, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, Dario Cavada, eCTRL Solutions, ITALY, nick dulake, Sheffield Hallam University , UK

Bringing Early Learning Resources into the 21st Century: Pablo Python Online - Booth 31
- Erin Prada, Wildlife Conservation Society, USA

Embedding digital in the physical – what did we learn? - Booth 30
- Richella King, ANMM, Australia

Making Makers: Designing Digital Engagement for Social Relevance and Social Good - Booth 29
- Shauna McCabe, Textile Museum of Canada, Canada



Friday, April 08, 2016
Friday, April 08
8:30am - 9:30am
Exhibit Hall
Coffee & Tea
Friday, April 08
8:30am - 6:30pm
South Galeria
Registration
Friday, April 08
9:00am - 9:50am
Emerald Room
How-to Session 1

Tackling Complex Web Projects
- Sean O'Shea, Cuberis, USA, Ray Parrish, Cuberis, USA

Friday, April 08
9:00am - 9:50am
Gold Room
How-to Session 2

Accurator: Enriching Collections with Expert Knowledge from the Crowd
- Lizzy Jongma, Rijksmuseum, The Netherlands, Chris Dijkshoorn, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Friday, April 08
9:00am - 9:50am
Bernard's
How-to Session 4

Beyond the Play Button: Getting the Most Out of Video Content
- Jonathan Munar, ART21, USA

Friday, April 08
9:00am - 9:50am
Biltmore Ballroom
Professional Forum 1

Strategic Change: Working with Directors & Boards
- Sebastian Chan, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Australia, Timothy Hart, Museums Victoria, Australia, Carolyn Royston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, USA

Friday, April 08
9:00am - 9:50am
Heinsbergen Room
Professional Forum 2

For, With and By: Making Museums Awesome for Kids
- Alice Walker, Antenna International, USA, Masha Turchinsky, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA, Barry Joseph, American Museum of Natural History, USA

Friday, April 08
10:00am - 10:50am
Emerald Room
How-to Session 3

Open Is as Open Does: How to Use Open Content in a Personalized Interactive Museum Exhibit
- Erik van Tuijn, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands, Karen Drost, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, The Netherlands, Maarten Brinkerink, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands

Friday, April 08
10:00am - 10:50am
Heinsbergen Room
How-to Session 5

Contagious: Why Museum Campaigns Go Viral
- Angelica Aboulhosn, Brookings Institution, USA

Friday, April 08
10:00am - 10:50am
Bernard's
Museum Partner Dialogue

Five Revenue Generating Features for Mobile Apps
- Ushma Shah, Action Data Systems, USA

Friday, April 08
10:00am - 10:50am
Biltmore Ballroom
Professional Forum 3

It’s All in the Confidence: Co-designing the Future of Museum Digital Literacy
- Ross Parry, University of Leicester, UK, Carolyn Royston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, USA, Dafydd James, Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales, Wales, Jane Finnis, Culture24, UK, Vince Dziekan, Monash University, Australia

Friday, April 08
10:00am - 10:50am
Gold Room
Professional Forum 4

Technology, Digital and Major Museum Capital Projects
- Michael Parry, Museum of Applied Art & Sciences (Powerhouse Museum), Australia, Timothy Hart, Museums Victoria, Australia, Charlotte Sexton, Charlotte Sexton Associates, UK

Friday, April 08
10:45am - 11:15am
Exhibit Hall
Coffee & Tea
Friday, April 08
11:00am - 11:50am
Gold Room
How-to Session 6

IIIF: Unshackle Your Images
- Andy Cummins, Cogapp, UK

Friday, April 08
11:00am - 11:50am
Emerald Room
How-to Session 7

Designing digital experiences for families
- Martha Henson, Frankly, Green + Webb, UK, Alyson Webb, Frankly, Green + Webb ltd, UK, Lindsey Green, Frankly, Green + Webb, United Kingdom

Friday, April 08
11:00am - 11:50am
Biltmore Ballroom
Professional Forum 5

Museums & Free/Open Source Tools: Cost-effective Best Practices
- Andrew David, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA, Shyam Oberoi, Dallas Museum of Art (DMA), USA

Friday, April 08
11:00am - 11:50am
Bernard's
Professional Forum 6

The Rise of the Podio Tour
- Julie Treumann, Acoustiguide, USA, Chelsea Beck, The Broad, USA, Robin White Owen, MediaCombo, Inc., USA

Friday, April 08
11:00am - 11:50am
Heinsbergen Room
Professional Forum 7

Service designing a museum - service design methodologies applied to museum design
- Sebastian Chan, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Australia, Kimberley Crofts, Meld Studios, Australia, Bruce Wyman, USD Design | MACH Consulting, USA

Friday, April 08
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Exhibit Hall
Lunch Hosted by MWXX's Exhibitors and Sponsors
Friday, April 08
12:30pm - 1:00pm
Exhibit Hall
MWX Guided Tour by Rex Bruce

Please join us for a guided tour of MWX led by the exhibition curator and director of LACDA, Rex Bruce. Artists from the exhibition will join the tour to give in depth analysis of each artwork.

Friday, April 08
1:30pm - 2:20pm
Exhibit Hall
Demonstrations 3

The Mighty Prototype: Improve (Almost) Anything, Convince (Almost) Anyone - Booth 6
- Liz McDermott, Getty Research Institute, USA, Alicia Houtrouw, Getty Research Institute, USA, Catherine Bell, J Paul Getty Museum, USA

Design and field testing: Making the ‘Ars Incognita’ mediated exhibition and mobile app a reality - Booth 7
- Vince Dziekan, Monash University, Australia, Simon Sherrin, Museum Victoria, Australia

Revamping art collections website: content, technology and organisational setup - Booth 9
- Michal Čudrnák, Slovak national gallery, Slovakia

(Un)Real Engagement: Mixed Reality Gaming & Youth in Museums - Booth 10
- Hosan Kim, CKD Kochon Foundation, South Korea, Jenn Rhee, CKD Kochon Foundation , South Korea

Data Visualizations in Linked Visions with D3.js - Booth 32
- nikhil trivedi, Art Institute Chicago, USA, Tina Shah, Art Institute of Chicago, USA

We Are CollectionSpace: Building a Community Supported Collections Management System - Booth 31
- Megan Forbes, LYRASIS, USA

Interactive Systems of Sliding-door Arrangements for Museum Exhibition of a Temple - Booth 30
- Asako Soga, Ryukoku University, Japan

Friday, April 08
1:30pm - 2:20pm
Bernard's
Museum Partner Dialogue

Transforming the Museum Ticketing Experience
- Nathan Peterson, Area360 (STQRY), USA, Chris Smith, STQRY Inc., USA, Jennifer Smith, Area360, Inc, USA

Friday, April 08
1:30pm - 2:20pm
Heinsbergen Room
Professional Forum 11

Is Linked Open Data the way forward?
- Eleanor Fink, American Art Collaborative, USA, Shane Richey, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, USA, Rebecca Menendez, Autry Museum of the American West, USA, Cathryn Goodwin, Princeton University, USA

Friday, April 08
1:30pm - 2:20pm
Emerald Room
Professional Forum 8

Simplifying Museum Content Contribution: Current Work in the Field
- Rob Lancefield, Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, USA, Susan Chun, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, USA, Erin Coburn, Independent Consultant, USA, Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass, Yale Center for British Art, USA

Friday, April 08
1:30pm - 2:50pm
Gold Room
Video Crit
An expert panel of peer reviewers critiques recent museum video projects. Panelists include Jonathan Munar (ART21), Sarah Wambold (Clyfford Still Museum), Elyse Mallouk (Whitney Museum of American Art), and Jean-Pierre Chabrol (Museum of Contemporary Art Australia).

 

Chair: Jonathan Munar

Friday, April 08
1:30pm - 2:50pm
Biltmore Ballroom
Web Crit

Recent web projects are critiqued by an expert panel of peer reviewers. Panelists include Paul Marty (Florida State University), Dana Mitroff Silvers (Designing Insights) and Bruce Wyman (USD Design | MACH Consulting) with Chair Titus Bicknell (Museums and the Web/RLJ Entertainment).

Chair: Titus Bicknell

The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
- Rachel Goodwin, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, USA, Wendy Hower, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, USA

Smithsonian Learning Lab: Help Me, to Help the Smithsonian, to Help Teachers, to Help Students Be More Successful
- Darren Milligan, Smithsonian Institution, USA

Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
- Kris Wilton, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, USA

The Tech website
- Amy Pizarro, The Tech Museum of Innovation, USA

Friday, April 08
2:30pm - 3:20pm
Exhibit Hall
Demonstrations 4

Placing Your Invention: Smithsonian Lemelson Center's Interactive Storytelling Map Demonstration -Booth 6
- Christopher Gauthier, Smithsonian National Museum of American History, USA, Joyce Bedi, Smithsonian, USA

Memories of Migration: Public Libraries and Community Memory - Booth 7
- Jon Voss, Historypin, USA, Mimi Roberts, New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, USA

A Smartphone Headset for Augmented Reality Experiences in Heritage Properties: Object Recognition and Environmental Lighting - Booth 9
- Daniela De Angeli, University of Bath, UK, Eamonn O'Neill, University of Bath, UK

DigiVol: engaging volunteers to digitise museum collections - Booth 10
- Megan Lawrence, Australian Museum , Australia, Megan Lawrence, Australian Museum , Australia

Film Annotation for Collections and Research - The Ephemeral Films Project - Booth 32
- Chris Brown, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, USA

Static tools, Dynamic sites - Booth 31
- Eric Gardner, J. Paul Getty Museum, USA

OpenPTrack: Robust Open-Source Person Tracking For Creative Coding - Booth 29 and 30
- Randy Illum, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

Friday, April 08
2:30pm - 3:20pm
Heinsbergen Room
How-to Session 8

Interactive workshop on using principles and tools from gaming to create innovative museum experiences
- Rae Ostman, Arizona State University, USA, Paul Martin, Science Museum of Minnesota, USA, Dave Patten, Science Museum, UK

Friday, April 08
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Exhibit Hall
Ice Cream Break
Friday, April 08
2:30pm - 3:20pm
Bernard's
Museum Partner Dialogue

Creative Membership Programs
- Don Youngberg, Tessitura Network, USA, Nik Honeysett, Balboa Park Online Collaborative, USA, Michael Mouw, High Museum of Art, USA

Friday, April 08
2:30pm - 3:20pm
Emerald Room
Professional Forum 9

Pushing the Boundaries in Distance Learning
- Emily Kotecki, North Carolina Museum of Art, USA, Kristin Smith, North Carolina Museum of Art, USA

Friday, April 08
3:00pm - 4:20pm
Gold Room
Inclusive Design Crit

An expert panel of peer reviewers critiques recent digital and cross-platform projects, evaluating their accessibility and offering solutions that can be adopted by others.

Chair: Sina Bahram

Friday, April 08
3:00pm - 4:20pm
Biltmore Ballroom
Mobile Crit

An expert panel of peer reviewers including Catherine Devine (American Museum of Natural History) and Shelley Mannion (British Museum) led by Sandy Goldberg (SG Scripts) critique recent mobile projects. The Mobile Crit is a conversation between the presenter (whose site is the topic of discussion), the panelists, and those in the session. We have 90 minutes in which to review 4 mobile projects (approx. 20 minutes each). For each project:

  • the site representative will present the project briefly (max. 3 minutes) highlighting the mission, the challenges, what they think is successful and what less successful, and any particular issues on which they’d like feedback.
  • the 3 panelists will respond with their reactions and questions and suggestions for the representative (3 minutes each)
  • we open up the discussion to the group in the room (7 minutes)
Chair: Sandy Goldberg

The Broad's Mobile App
- Heather Hart, The Broad, USA

Friday, April 08
3:30pm - 4:20pm
Bernard's
Museum Partner Dialogue

The Evolution of an Enterprise Publishing Toolkit - How eMuseum adapted to accommodate rapidly changing user requirements.
- Alex Hoffman, Gallery Systems, USA

Friday, April 08
3:30pm - 4:20pm
Heinsbergen Room
Professional Forum 10

Digital Across Museums: A Vision Matrix to Assess Organizations
- Chad Weinard, Independent Consultant / Williams College Museum of Art, USA, Nik Honeysett, Balboa Park Online Collaborative, USA, Emily Lytle-Painter, Independent, USA

Friday, April 08
3:30pm - 4:20pm
Emerald Room
Professional Forum 12

Enabling Mobile Point of Sale for Museum Staff
- Diana Pan, The Museum of Modern Art, USA, Manish Engineer, The Museum of Modern Art, USA, Rich Cherry, Modern Operations, USA

Friday, April 08
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Biltmore Ballroom
The GLAMI Awards
Chair: Rich Cherry

Friday, April 08
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Conference Reception

The Conference Reception will be held at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is the largest natural and historical museum in the western United States. Its collections include nearly 35 million specimens and artifacts and cover 4.5 billion years of history.

Transportation will run between the Conference Hotel and the Museum from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. The Museum is located in Expo Park, which is home to a variety of great museums and attractions, including the California Science Center and California African American Museum.

900 Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90007

The museum is a 15-20 minute ride from the Conference Hotel.

Please bring your reception ticket and name tag to enter the museum. Extra tickets for guests are available for purchase at the registration desk.



Saturday, April 09, 2016
Saturday, April 09
8:00am - 9:20am
Exhibit Hall
Birds of a Feather Breakfast
Saturday, April 09
8:00am - 4:30pm
South Galeria
Registration
Saturday, April 09
9:30am - 10:20am
Biltmore Ballroom
Plenary Panel: Democratizing the Museum

Museums are more than science, art, history and culture-based visitor attractions. They are civil society institutions with a responsibility to our sense of citizenship. This plenary session challenges the GLAM sector to apply its unique toolset of digital technologies, physical space, and cultural artifacts toward a broad mission of democratic participation.

Panelists include Jon Alexander from the New Citizenship Project; Gamynne Guillotte, Director of Interpretation and Public Engagement at the Baltimore Museum of Art; Tanner Blackman, Do Art Foundation, and Lucy Bernholz, Senior Research Scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and Director of the Digital Civil Society Lab.

Chair: nikhil trivedi

Saturday, April 09
10:30am - 11:50am
Emerald Room
Inclusive Design
Chair: Sina Bahram

The Greatest of Ambitions
- Corey Timpson, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Canada

Adventures in Accessibility
- Bruce Wyman, USD Design | MACH Consulting, USA, Scott Gillam, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Canada, Sina Bahram, Prime Access Consulting, Inc., USA

Iteration is the Mother of all Success
- Corey Timpson, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Canada

Saturday, April 09
10:30am - 12:00pm
Gold Room
Innovation Strategies
Chair: Timothy Hart

The Museum Innovation Model: A Museum Perspective on Innovation
- Haitham Eid, Southern University at New Orleans, USA

The Agile Museum: 21st Century Leadership, with a Capital L
- Douglas Hegley, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA, Meaghan Tongen, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA, Andrew David, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA

Exploring Key Trends in Digital Experience Beyond the Museum Sector
- Charlotte Sexton, Charlotte Sexton Associates, UK, Allegra Burnette, Forrester Research, USA

Saturday, April 09
10:30am - 12:00pm
Biltmore Ballroom
Lightning Talks 1: Projects
Chair: Susan Cairns

Connecting Students to the Collection: A New Field Trip App
- Miranda Kerr, Shedd Aquarium, USA

#MuseumInstaSwap: how ten museums in London joined forces on Instagram
- Russell Dornan, Wellcome Collection, UK

Beware: Twitter Auto Crops Man Bits and Other Lessons Learned from Live Tweeting In-Gallery Programs
- Gwendolyn Fernandez, National Gallery of Art, USA

Sustainable Storytelling: Transforming Whitney Stories to Meet Changing Needs
- Elyse Mallouk, Whitney Museum of American Art, USA

Turning the Battleship: Pilots in the Holocaust Museum
- Elissa Frankle, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, United States

Exploring Urban Nature with Citizen Science and Social Media
- Lila Higgins, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, USA

Publishing, debate, and dialogue: British Art Studies, a new online journal
- Tom Scutt, Paul Mellon Centre, UK

MuseumDraw for People in Museums Today
- Paige Dansinger, #GalleryPaige, USA

Social Reading: Expanded Publishing at MOCA
- Aria Dean, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA), USA

Bits To Protect: The Use Of The British Museum’s African Rock Art Image Project As A Tool For Safeguarding Rock Art Heritage In Somaliland
- Jorge De Torres, The British Museum, UK, Elizabeth Galvin, The British Museum, UK

Spirit of Anzac Centenary Touring Exhibition Audio guide
- Scott Brewer, Art Processors, USA

Saturday, April 09
10:30am - 11:20am
Roman
Museum Partner Dialogue

Community Engagement in Visualizing Prehistoric Oral Histories
- Hans van de Bunte, Sarawak Museum, Malaysia

Saturday, April 09
10:30am - 12:00pm
Heinsbergen Room
Pop-up Museum Review
Chair: Rik Panganiban

Closing the MWXX Pop-up Museum: Gaming Square Pegs into Dinosaur-shaped Holes
- Barry Joseph, American Museum of Natural History, USA, Eve Gaus, The Field Museum, USA, Rik Panganiban, California Academy of Sciences, USA, Koven Smith, Blanton Museum of Art, USA

Saturday, April 09
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Lunch on your own

In addition to lunch options in the local area, The Millennium Biltmore has kindly arranged a number of options in the hotel for lunch on your own:

  • Smeraldi’s: Lunch 11.30am – 2.00pm
    Offering à la carte Lunch Menu or Traditional Italian Buffet with Ice Tea or Lemonade: $20 per person service charge and tax included
  • Rendezvous Court Café: Lunch 11.30am – 5.00pm
    Offering Grab & Go options
  • Gallery Bar: Lunch 11.30am – 4.00pm
    Offering Limited à la carte lunch Menu with specialty drinks
Saturday, April 09
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Roman
Museum Partner Dialogue + Lunch Workshop

This presentation by James Bradburne, Director General of the Pinacoteca di Brera, is followed by a lunchtime workshop on using free and open mobile platforms for creating connected cities. Lunch is provided by the sponsors, izi.TRAVEL, but spaces are limited. Register for lunch here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/creating-open-mobile-audio-guides-mwxx-tickets-23024840919

Chair: Alex Tourski

Making limoncello out of lemons – an Italian museum facing the challenges of the future
- James Bradburne, Pinacoteca di Brera, Italy

Creating ‘Open’ Mobile Audio Guides. Why it Matters and What it Offers.
- Alex Palin, izi.TRAVEL, The Netherlands

Saturday, April 09
1:30pm - 2:50pm
Heinsbergen Room
20/20: 20 years of MW papers in review

For MWXX and the 20/20 anniversary e-book, twenty editors have selected top papers from twenty years of MW Proceedings. Authors of MW papers from the past and all MWXX attendees are invited to this town-hall discussion. Join us and chime in to say what you would select as the most important papers from twenty years of Museums and the Web. Tell us in this session, or online on the MW Showcase page.

Panelists: Rob Lancefield, Manager of Museum Information Services / Registrar of Collections Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Susan Chun, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, USA, Paul Marty, Ph.D., Professor, School of Information at Florida State University, Bruce Wyman, USD Design

Chair: Rob Lancefield

Saturday, April 09
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Gold Room
Co-creating with Audiences
Chair: Jean-Pierre Chabrol

A Seat at the Table: Giving Visitors a Voice in Exhibition Development through User Testing
- Emily Hellmuth, Indianapolis Museum of Art, USA, Silvia Filippini Fantoni, Indianapolis Museum of Art, USA, Tiffany Leason, Indianapolis Museum of Art, USA, Jen Mayhill, Indianapolis Museum of Art, USA

From a learning kit to a major exhibition: Gallipoli in Minecraft - an example of successful exhibition co-design with youth
- Nils Pokel, Auckland War Memorial Museum, New Zealand, Wendy Burne, Auckland Museum, New Zealand, Janneen Love, Auckland War Memorial Museum, New Zealand , Tanya Wilkinson, Auckland Museum , New Zealand

Teens Use Tech To Talk Art | Amplifying teen voice and art interpretation
- Tasia Endo, Seattle Art Museum, USA

Saturday, April 09
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Emerald Room
Gearing up for Innovation
Chair: Dafydd James

Changing Gears: Fast-Lane Design for Accelerated Innovation in Memory Organisations
- Johan Oomen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, The Netherlands, Maarten Brinkerink, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands, Bouke Huurnink, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands, Josefien Schuurman, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands

What remains invisible? Building infrastructure and collaborative spaces in the Harvard Art Museums
- Jeff Steward, Harvard Art Museums, USA, Ming Tu, Harvard Art Museums, USA, Ian Callahan, Harvard Art Museums, USA, Chris Molinski, Harvard Art Museums, USA

Open Hardware Belongs in Your Museum
- Miriam Langer, New Mexico Highlands University, USA, Jason Alderman, Cloud Chamber / Balboa Park Online Collaborative, USA

Saturday, April 09
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Biltmore Ballroom
Lightning Talks 2: Practice
Chair: Nik Honeysett

Museums are not broken!
- Matthew Tarr, American Museum of Natural History, USA

Falk Meets Online Motivation: Results from a Nationwide Survey Project
- Sarah Wambold, Clyfford Still Museum, USA, Marty Spellerberg, Spellerberg Associates, USA

OpenPTrack: Body-Based Group Tracking for Informal Learning Spaces
- Randy Illum, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

Presence: An Introduction ((Or an attempt at a grand-unification for AR, VR, Holograms, Sound Installations, Visiting a Museum, and, yes, even Penguins))
- Michael Haley Goldman, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, USA

Give it Away to Get Rich: The Virtuous Cycle of Open Cultural Heritage
- Effie Kapsalis, Smithsonian Institution Archives, USA, Shana Kimball, The New York Public Library, USA

Fighting for attention: The best online collection in the world...EVER!
- Gavin Mallory, Cogapp, UK

The “Apple Corps”: Cultural Organizations + Tech-Savvy Educator Interns = New Opportunities
- Kevin von Appen, Ontario Science Centre, Canada, Sabrina Greupner, Ontario Science Centre, Canada

So you have 200,000 followers. Now what? A discussion on the future of social media, in the face of absolute success
- Miriam Newcomer, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF), USA

Slow in the Age of Fast
- Meagan Estep, National Gallery of Art, USA

Ready, Set, Crowdfund! (or not)
- Maren Dougherty, Autry Museum of the American West, USA

Adapting Museum Studies Programs for a Digital Future
- Caitlin Kearney, George Washington University / Museum of American History, USA, Kelsey Johnston, The George Washington University , USA

Saturday, April 09
1:30pm - 2:20pm
Roman
Museum Partner Dialogue

Flemish Audiovisual Archive (VIAA) Enabled by MediaHaven
- Bruno Van Den Bossche, Zeticon NV, Belgium, Eva Verdoodt, VIAA, Belgium

Saturday, April 09
2:30pm - 3:20pm
Roman
Museum Partner Dialogue

Save Cost and Improve Productivity by Leveraging Gallery Digital Label
- Khalid Parekh, AMLABEL, USA, Shemon Bartal, The Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston, USA

Saturday, April 09
3:00pm - 3:30pm
South Galeria
Coffee & Tea
Saturday, April 09
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Biltmore Ballroom
Closing Plenary: David Bearman and Jennifer Trant

20 years ago, David Bearman and Jennifer Trant broke new ground and established one of the museum community’s most valuable archives when they founded the Museums and the Web conference. This year they return to share their insights and unique perspective on the trajectory of museum technology practice over the past generation.

Chair: Rich Cherry