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Museum Informatics

Museum Informatics - 07 edition

ISBN13: 978-0415802185

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ISBN13: 978-0415802185
ISBN10: 0415802180
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Edition/Copyright: 07
Publisher: Routledge N. Y.
Published: 2007
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Museum Informatics - 07 edition

ISBN13: 978-0415802185

Marty

ISBN13: 978-0415802185
ISBN10: 0415802180
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 07
Publisher: Routledge N. Y.

Published: 2007
International: No
Summary

Figures and Charts Preface AcknowledgementsSection 1 Introductions1 An Introduction to Museum Informatics Paul F. Marty, Florida State University2 The Transformation of the Digital Museum Katherine Burton Jones, Harvard Divinity SchoolSection 2 Information Resources in Museums3 Information Representation Paul F. Marty, Florida State University4 Representing Museum Knowledge David Bearman, Archives and Museum Informatics5 The Information Revolution in Museums Darren Peacock, University of South AustraliaSection 3 Information Management in Museums6 Information Organization and Access Paul F. Marty, Florida State University7 Information Policy in Museums Diane M. Zorich, Information Management Consultant for Cultural Organizations8 Metadata and Museum Information Murtha Baca, Erin Coburn, and Sally Hubbard, J. Paul Getty TrustSection 4 Information Interactions in Museums9 Interactive Technologies Paul F. Marty, Florida State University10 A World of Interactive Exhibits Maria Economou, University of the Aegean11 Blurring Boundaries for Museum Visitors Areti Galani, University of Newcastle Matthew Chalmers, University of GlasgowSection 5 Information Behavior in Museums12 Changing Needs and Expectations Paul F. Marty, Florida State University13 Understanding the Motivations of Museum Audiences Kirsten Ellenbogen, Science Museum of Minnesota John Falk and Kate Haley Goldman, Institute for Learning Innovation14 Partnerships for Progress: Electronic Access and Museum Resources in the Classroom Jim Devine, Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, University of GlasgowSection 6 Information Collaborations in Museums15 Collections and Consortia Paul F. Marty, Florida State University16 AMOL Ten Years On: A Legacy of Working Beyond Museum Walls Basil Dewhurst, National Library of Australia Kevin Sumption, Powerhouse Museum17 Challenges to Museum Collaboration: The MOAC Case Study Richard Rinehart, UC Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive Layna White, San Francisco Museum of M

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Figures and Charts Preface AcknowledgementsSection 1 Introductions1 An Introduction to Museum Informatics Paul F. Marty, Florida State University2 The Transformation of the Digital Museum Katherine Burton Jones, Harvard Divinity SchoolSection 2 Information Resources in Museums3 Information Representation Paul F. Marty, Florida State University4 Representing Museum Knowledge David Bearman, Archives and Museum Informatics5 The Information Revolution in Museums Darren Peacock, University of South AustraliaSection 3 Information Management in Museums6 Information Organization and Access Paul F. Marty, Florida State University7 Information Policy in Museums Diane M. Zorich, Information Management Consultant for Cultural Organizations8 Metadata and Museum Information Murtha Baca, Erin Coburn, and Sally Hubbard, J. Paul Getty TrustSection 4 Information Interactions in Museums9 Interactive Technologies Paul F. Marty, Florida State University10 A World of Interactive Exhibits Maria Economou, University of the Aegean11 Blurring Boundaries for Museum Visitors Areti Galani, University of Newcastle Matthew Chalmers, University of GlasgowSection 5 Information Behavior in Museums12 Changing Needs and Expectations Paul F. Marty, Florida State University13 Understanding the Motivations of Museum Audiences Kirsten Ellenbogen, Science Museum of Minnesota John Falk and Kate Haley Goldman, Institute for Learning Innovation14 Partnerships for Progress: Electronic Access and Museum Resources in the Classroom Jim Devine, Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, University of GlasgowSection 6 Information Collaborations in Museums15 Collections and Consortia Paul F. Marty, Florida State University16 AMOL Ten Years On: A Legacy of Working Beyond Museum Walls Basil Dewhurst, National Library of Australia Kevin Sumption, Powerhouse Museum17 Challenges to Museum Collaboration: The MOAC Case Study Richard Rinehart, UC Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive Layna White, San Francisco Museum of M

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