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published: March 2004
analytic scripts updated:  October 28, 2010

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See museum applications demonstrated by the people who created them

Museums and the Web 2004 features a Museum Professionals Demonstration Hall on the morning of April 3, 2004. In this session, museum staff will show work created in a non-profit environment, and explain the workings behind it to their colleagues. Plan to spend some time looking closely so you can find out the answer to "How'd they do that?"

Saturday April 03, 2004
8:30 AM-
10:00 AM


Demonstrations - Session 1

Digital Decades Online Project
Hansel Cook, Canada

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Case Study
Janna Posey, USA

No Two Horns: A Gallery of Art and Exploits
Michael Frohlich, Mark Halvorson, USA

Exhibit Kiosks Examples at Fruitlands Museums
Michael Volmar, USA

Theatre of Memory
Bernardo Uribe Mendoza, Colombia

Digital Morphology - a 3D Collec tion of Natural History Specimens
Timothy Rowe, USA

MuseumFinland -- Finnish Museums on the Semantic Web
Eero Hyvönen, Finland

The ScienceSource: A Curriculum Based Science Resource
Fawn Warner, USA

My Life as an Elk
Kathy Turner, USA

Peabody Essex Museum: ARTscape
Julie Beeler, James Forrest, Christy Sorensen, USA

Changing the Face of Medicine: Celebrating America's Women Physicians
Julie Beeler, Kevin Schlesier, USA

Designing and Implementing a Database-Driven Image Gallery
Sarah Fazenbaker, William Paine, USA

Notes from the Field: Promoting Visitor Engagement in Science through Research Expedition Sites
Sarah Marcotte, USA

A 3D Scanning and animation application for museum gallery and Web site.
Bruce Williams, Canada

Inspection Of Museum Web Application Quality: Analysis Of Selected European Sites
Elena Corradini, Paolo Davoli, Elio Garzillo, Marcello Nuccio, Antonio Russo, Italy

Life in Shadows: Hidden children and the Holocaust
Adele O'Dowd, USA

Belfer Exemplary Lessons for Holocaust Education
Warren Marcus, USA

Ours to Fight For
Courtney Aison, USA

The U.S. National Park Service Museum
Khaled Bassim, USA

Saturday April 03, 2004
10:00 AM-
11:30 AM


Demonstrations - Session 2

Digital Content in a Museum Library: Projects and a Survey
Paul O'Pecko, USA

David and Goliath: The Struggle Between a Small Museum and Its Large Parent Organization
Brigid Nuta, Anne Smallman, USA

My Chicago Online
Heidi Moisan, USA

Serving the Public: Towards an Understanding of your Web Audience
Sarah Rothwell, USA

Incorporating youth culture in cultural education
Henk van Zeijts, the Netherlands

Riversdale Historic House Museum: A Small Museum and the Internet
Karen Bellnier, USA

Puke Ariki – We’ve Got Some Great Stories to Tell
Simon Pickford, New Zealand

The Renaissance Connection - Allentown Art Museum
Lise Dubé, Carl Schafer, USA

Telling An Old Story in a New Way: Raid on Deerfield - The Many Stories of 1704
Juliet Jacobson, Lynne Spichiger, USA

Digital Exhibitions from the University Libraries' Special Collections at Virginia Tech
Tamara Kennelly, USA

America on the Move
Brad Johnson, Steven Lubar, USA

Kiki Smith: Prints, Books, and Things
Julie Beeler, Allegra Burnette, USA

Lewis & Clark: The National Bicentennial Exhibition
Dan Zlatic, USA

Making Museum Websites Accessible
Jonathan Bowen, United Kingdom

Making Learning Fun: Plimoth Plantation's On-line Learning Center
Lisa Neal, Kim Van Wormer, USA

Love and Yearning Interactive
John Gordy, USA

Real-Time in a Virtual World: Transforming Education Through Interactive Videoconferencing
Patricia Barbanell, USA

MZTV Museum of Television Interactive 3D Gallery
Michael Adams, Canada

Silent Witness (online exhibition)
Adele O'Dowd, USA

Advancing Tools for Tolerance: Harnessing the web to support
Sarah Bordac, USA

QuickTime Virtual Reality Artifact Photography at the National Air and Space Museum's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
Victoria Portway, USA