SXSW: Open Cultural Heritage
As part of SXSW Interactive 2016, a panel discussion with Smithsonian Archives and New York Public Library on the benefits of openly sharing cultural heritage content.
MCN: Synergizing Your Data
Presented at the Museum Computer Network conference with LACMA, a professional session on effective strategies for aggregating and reporting across diverse data silos at cultural institutions.
M&W: Museums and Open Source
A panel discussion at Museums and the Web conference with Carnegie Museum and Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) on utilizing free and open source software in order to achieve a truly cost-effective and capable technology operation.
M&W: Digital Collection Content Creation at the DMA
A paper and panel discussion at Museums and the Web discussing the challenges, iterations, and successes of the DMA’s digitization project.
AAM: Managing Digitized Collections From Capture to Copyright
A webinar for the American Alliance of Museums, providing an overview of the digitization and rights management workflow for a collection object, starting from acquisition through the use cases of online collections and open access.
Club Innovation & Culture France: from CRM to Big Data
Presented at CLIC’s Atelier #31, an event for cultural and heritage professionals that examined what data, big and small, has to do with museums’ work.
New Architectures for Online Collections and Digitization
A paper and panel discussion at Museums and the Web 2015 on the processes and challenges of presenting digital collections.
AAM: Organize and Manage Your Digital Assets
A tech tutorial at the American Alliance of Museums, Seattle 2014
MCN: Herding Cats: Four Imaging Managers Share Their Secrets
A panel discussion with MOMA and Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) Museum Computer Network 2014 on best practices for digitization – watch the video: