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Museums and the Web 2003
March 19-22, 2003
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
The MW2003 Preliminary Program is now available.
Join us at the seventh annual Museums and the Web conference - the
premier international venue to review the state of the Web in arts,
culture, and heritage. The MW2003 program will Web-related issues for
museums, archives, libraries and other cultural institutions. If you
are working with the Web in these areas plan to join us.
The formal program of Museums and the Web 2003 consists of two
plenary sessions, eighteen parallel sessions, 60 museum project
demonstrations, dozens of commercial exhibits, seven full-day and 6
half-day pre-conference workshops, and ten one-hour mini-workshops
combined with a day-long usability lab, a day-long design "Crit
Room", and the Best of the Web awards.
The informal program involves full-day pre-conference tours, evening
receptions each night of the meeting, a dozen Birds-of-a-Feather
breakfast meetings, and hours of discovery and debate with hundreds
of colleagues from more that 35 countries.
All papers presented at MW2003 are peer reviewed. Full session
descriptions, abstracts, speaker biographies and lots more details
are on-line at http://www.archimuse.com/mw2003/
Papers will be
published on-line before the conference begins. Selected Papers will
be available in print.
Join us at the largest international gathering about cultural
heritage on-line. Register on-line at
We hope to see you in Charlotte the spring!
David and jennifer
(please note our new address)
Museums and the Web Co-Chairs:
Archives & Museum Informatics David Bearman and Jennifer Trant
2008 Murray Ave, Suite D
Pittsburgh, PA 15217 phone +1 412 422 8530 / fax
+1 412 291 1292
USA email: infoarchimuse.com
ANN: Museums and the Web 2003: Preliminary Program On-Line. In: ArtHist.net, Jan 16, 2003 (accessed Dec 6, 2023), <https://arthist.net/archive/25417>.