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published: March 2004
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Archives & Museum Informatics: mw2003

Get an overview of MW2004 activities by day

See Key Dates for events leading up to the conference.

March 30 - April 3, 2004
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An Overview of MW2004

Tuesday, March 30, 2004

MW2004 begins with pre-conference tours. Take this chance to see behind-the scenes at Washington, DC area cultural institutions.

Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Pre-Conference Workshops take place on Wednesday. Full and half day sessions offered by experts in the development, application of museum computing and web technologies provide a chance to learn new skills. Join your new MW2004 friends at the Welcome Reception on Wednesday night.

Thursday, April 1, 2004

MW2004 opens with a Plenary Session on Thursday. The day continues with concurrent theme-based conference sessions. The day closes with the Exhibitors' Reception.

Friday, April 2, 2004

The middle day of the MW2004 conference offers something for everyone. The Exhibit Hall is open all day, offering a chance to review technologies and services that will help you build your museum's web presence. Mini-workshops, Professional Fora and Information Sessions throughout the day address focussed topics. The Crit Room offers live critique of museum web design, and the Usability Lab illustrates methods of evaluating your web site from a user's perspective, quickly and efficiently. Friday closes with the Conference Reception.

Saturday, April 3, 2004

The final day of MW2004 begins with Demonstrations of web sites by museum professionals. Two Demonstration sessions, one right after the other, provide a great chance to see museum web sites up close, and ask questions about their goals, objectives and methods. Concurrent sessions on a theme follow, and MW2004 wraps with a Closing Plenary.

See Key Dates for deadlines prior to the conference.