Museum expert Rachael Cristine Woody offers her analysis of The Partisan Divide from the current museum TrendsWatch report.
Museum expert Rachael Cristine Woody offers her analysis of A Digital (R)evolution, from the current museum TrendsWatch report.
Museum expert Rachael Woody offers her analysis of The Future Workplace, A Digital (R)evolution, from the current museum TrendsWatch report.
Museum expert’s strategies for choosing a museum digital storage solution with emphasis on a using a CMS (collections management system)
Museum expert Rachael Woody offers guidance on how to determine which museum digital storage approach is the best fit for your museum
Unplanned museum digital storage growth is susceptible to file-mismanagement, file corruption, and data loss
Many museum professionals struggle to find a cohesive, intuitive, and budget-friendly digital storage system they can reliably put in place.
By following standards, leveraging CMS tools, and creating strong processes you can help ensure future data cleanup is unnecessary.
Museum data cleanup Find and Replace In-System Strategy and CMS Vendor Support Strategy with required elements, directions, recommendations, pitfalls.
Museum data remediation can be overwhelming but when approached in bite-sized chunks we can perform the cleanup in a more accurate and sustainable way.
Data remediation is an important task in our museum collection management work. It is the process of updating, correcting, or organizing data
The more you know about your data, the easier it is to make decisions regarding cleanup or migration of data and linked assets to a new museum CMS
Knowing the location of museum data is important for data security, data redundancy, data retrieval or linking, and data extraction.
The format of museum data impacts the ability to successfully migrate data from one museum CMS to another; tips for data schema, fields, export
Tips to make sure your museum data is good quality; the cleaner it is, the easier to migrate seamlessly from one CMS or spreadsheet to another CMS.
Covers preparing museum data so migrating to a new CMS is smooth; tools and strategies exist; success depends on quality and shape of museum data.
Digital files storage is important to museum digital project work; reliable storage that supports further digital project work is critical.
The procurement process for a new museum CMS may be daunting; outline for the procurement process plus tips and best practices, leading to success
This post breaks down the pros and cons of an ill-fitting museum CMS and delivers talking points needed to make the case for a better museum CMS.
It’s often hard for museum staff to choose a new and better CMS. This post identifies top 5 reasons, why they exist, and what to do about barriers.
This post is focused on how to choose the right software for your museum digital project work, specifically a DAMS versus a CMS.
Blending the physical museum-going experience with enriched digital content results in more information, and more meaningful guest experiences.
Museum engagement app is built for use on smart devices; it facilitates delivery of information and encourages patron engagement
Forecast for the museum field from expert Rachael Woody; focused on an evolution in ethics and subsequent museum policies.
Recap of how three areas helped evolve the museum field in 2022: accessibility, elimination of “entry-level” jobs, and a digital boom.