Category: Exemplars

Museum Curators Share Expertise From Home

When museums across the country had to close their doors during the coronavirus crisis, we saw a renewed emphasis on …

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Content That Meets Your Audience Where They Are—at Home

One of the silver linings of the 2020 shutdowns was watching how clever museum professionals rose to the challenge of …

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Creating Museum Resources For Home, From Home

How do you keep your school-aged children engaged with learning while schools are closed? This is the question millions of …

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The Long and Short of Museum Blogs

Next week we’ll be in Boston for Museums and the Web 2019. Along with Sara Goss and Rachel Clark from …

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Sites In the Service of Museum Scholarship

Behind the scenes at your local museum, curators, researchers, and historians make fascinating discoveries that deepen our understanding of our …

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A Case Study of Deep Zoom with OpenSeadragon

In recent years, museums have made great strides to seamlessly integrate their collections with their existing websites. Cost-prohibitive technical limitations …

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Four Attributes of the Best Museum Blogs

FROM Back in December, my colleague Eric Holter asked in his monthly newsletter if a museum’s blog really matters. (Spoiler: …

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Beyond the Catalogue: Presenting Engaging Exhibition Pages Online

For many museums, one substantial type of essential work that is often repurposed in some form on the website is …

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3 1/2 New Ways to Think About Online Fundraising

Your museum puts a lot of thought into how to communicate with donors through traditional means, like donation boxes in …

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Immersive Storytelling and Museums: Diving Deeper with Deep Zoom

After another great Museum and the Web conference, I wanted to take a minute to look back at a common …

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