Digitization standards for file resolution and formats should be intentionally thought of and committed to prior to any museum digitization project.
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Before a museum collections digitization project, assess what types of items you have and therefore, what digitization tools you need.
The second post in a series on the Harryhausen Titan of Cinema Experience analyzing the specific pivot to an online virtual exhibition during COVID
The first post in a miniseries on the Harryhausen Titan of Cinema Experience analyzing the specific pivot to an online virtual exhibition during COVID
There are 3 project management strategic areas critical to the success of any museum digital project: accountability, communication, and flexibility.
This post offers detailed museum digital project creation guidance on the who, what, when, why, and how components that lead to project success.
Most museum collection workers have no experience in project management; but digital projects must include basic project management principles
The Exploration Place in British Columbia uses the Argus CMS to support a wide variety of collections and requirements, building a cultural community
Museum digital projects should always include definitions of these four components: objectives, stakeholders, resources, deliverables
During COVID-19, museum digital projects evolved to absolutely and urgently required, high priority, the only activity staff could perform remotely.
Attention to museum digital programs has surged due to the COVID-19 global pandemic; there are important differences between programs and projects
The sixth in a series of 6 posts from Rachael Cristine Woody analyzing the elements of AAM’s Center for the Future of Museums TrendsWatch Report 2021
The fifth in a series of 6 posts from Rachael Cristine Woody analyzing the elements of AAM’s Center for the Future of Museums TrendsWatch Report 2021