Museums and the Web 2016

Expand Your Digital Reach at the 20th Annual Museums and the Web Conference

Museums and the Web
Los Angeles, CA | April 6-9, 2016

Museums and the Web is the “single largest international gathering of museum professionals who use technology to engage audiences.” Held in the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, this event will feature advanced research and application of digital practice for cultural, natural and scientific heritage. While at the conference you can:

  • Listen to speakers from around the world as they present their latest work and research findings.
  • Go deeper with workshops covering topics including Linked Open Data in museums, Journey Mapping and Google Analytics.
  • Connect with other professionals during networking breaks, receptions, and the Best of the Web awards.

Gallery Systems will be in the Exhibition Hall, and we’d love to see you there. Stop by to learn more about our world-leading collections management software solutions, and watch a demo of the latest from eMuseum, a web-publishing toolkit that helps you easily take your collections online. With eMuseum, your online audience can deepen their understanding of objects with refined searches, better engage with the collection through embedded multimedia, and curate and share their own collection in the My Collection feature. Plus, eMuseum delivers metrics and statistics on who is visiting the website and what they’re viewing.

At the closing plenary, you’ll hear from David Bearman and Jennifer Trant who founded the Museums and the Web conference 20 years ago. They will share their “insights and unique perspective on the trajectory of museum technology practice over the past generation.”

Museums and the Web discounted early registration prices end January 1, 2016. To learn more and register, click here.

2016-05-17T20:18:34+00:00 By |General|0 Comments

About the Author:

Illyana Saunderson has been with Gallery Systems for over 10 years; as Marketing Communications Specialist she organizes Collective Imagination, Gallery Systems’ Users Conference, and contributes to various web and communication projects. When she’s not working on case studies, designing ads, or reviewing metrics, you can find her photographing her latest kitchen creations for her blog, crafting, or prancing around a dance studio.

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