You’ll successfully move a museum digital project forward if you know how to budget, how to accurately calculate costs, and where to find funding
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Covers quality, file format, and metadata (cataloging) standards as the most common standards for museum digital project work.
Challenges museum staff face when engaging in the reparative and post-custodial models of DEI collections development; strategies for success.
Museum digital project planning should include who, what, why, when and how questions; advice for project managers
Digital museum projects are expensive; it’s important to allow time to consider project setup, elements, and needs. Typical questions; best practices
Museum digital pre-project evaluation is an excellent approach to intentional work—setting you and the collections up for a more successful result.
Book from museum expert guides professionals through strategic and logistical aspects of museum digital projects, including best practices
As museums integrate Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives into programs it’s important to apply a DEI lens to collecting practices.
Basics of maintaining digital file integrity and access, tips for how museum staff can protect and preserve museum digital files.
Museum expert primer on digital file integrity and how the museum can help to ensure museum digital files are as healthy and whole as possible.
There are three things to consider before making a digitization equipment purchase: fit, time, and budget; tips from a museum expert.
Training is critical to a successful digital project and is where using a consultant can yield a high Return on Investment (ROI).
With CMS selection led by a consultant, decision-makers can feel confident in the chosen tool and more easily agree to the financial investment.