April 13-17, 2010
Denver, Colorado, USA

Scholarships and Volunteers

Scholarships ensured representation from around the world at MW2010. Volunteers could 'trade' helping out for free registration.

Professional Scholarships

New and innovative accomplishments on the Web come from all kinds of organizations throughout the world. Archives & Museum Informatics recognises that many individuals who make significant contributions to the World Wide Web would be unable to attend MW2010 without some financial assistance. Competitive scholarships covering full conference registration and a full day of workshops were awarded to a select number of applicants.

In special cases, some support were also be offered for travel costs. To be eligible, you must have made a significant contribution to the development of a cultural or heritage Web site, and must have demonstrated that you would not be able to attend the meeting without support.

Congratulations to the winners of the Professional Scholarships.

  • Francis Awinda, AFRICOM, Kenya
  • Ilya Eric Lee, NDAP, Taiwan
  • Kateřina Salonová , ATHENA Project, Czech Republic
  • Ana Velez, Interactive Designer, Bogotá, Colombia

Extensis Digital Asset Management Scholarships

Extensis offered a limited number of competitive scholarships for professionals especially interested in Digital Asset Management. Winners received $250 towards Museums and the Web MW2010 registration.


Museums and the Web offered complementary registration to students and professionals from very small institutions in return for assistance with on-site conference administration.

For background information on volunteering, please review the Volunteer Information Package (PDF). Details of tasks are outlined there.