Bronwyn’s Library Blog

36th Annual Museum Computer Network Conference

Posted by bronwynr on September 30, 2008

The Museum Computer Network’s Early Bird conference registration
deadline has been extended until October 10, 2008.

 From archiving assets to accessing collections, from preservation to
presentation, come join MCN for four days of intensive and relevant
programming on technology practice and innovation, present and future,
in the cultural heritage community.

Here is some of what only a single day of sessions has to offer:
-The Smithsonian’s Digital Strategy
-Broadening the Tapestry: Telling a Story with Archival Materials
-Copyright and Other Legal Issues in Virtual Worlds
-Technologies in Small Museums: Common Problems/Innovative Solutions
-The Semantic Web, A Case Study at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
-Museums and Digital Curation

For in-depth information on sessions and panelists, please visit the
full conference program online at
http://www.mcn.edu/conferences/index.asp?subkey=2093

Take advantage of this opportunity to attend at the Early Bird Rate, and
register online today at http://www.mcn.edu/conferences/index.asp?subkey=888

LET’S DO I.T. RIGHT!
36th Annual Museum Computer Network Conference
November 12th -15th, 2008

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