What are “resources”? Resources include blog posts, articles, conference papers, reports, whitepapers, and more, that provide information on the topic at hand. Each resource will relate to at least one of the Communities of Practice – Online Collections, Immersive Storytelling, and Accessibility.
Each resource is tagged. Refer to the Tag List at the bottom of the page for an overview of the tags currently provided.
What are “datasests”? Datasets are collections of data published by a museum or data aggregation organization, having to do with museum data. These include GitHub accounts, published spreadsheets files, APIs, and more.
Each dataset is tagged. Refer to the Tag List at the bottom of the page for an overview of the tags currently provided.
Participate and contribute!
We want your help to update and expand these collections of information!
To contribute to Resources or Datasets, log in to the MuseWeb Wiki using the log-in information you used to register for the Museums & The Web Conference. One you are logged in, use the MuseWeb Wiki Dashboard to navigate to submitting a new post. Then, submit one!
For resources, the post format is:
Title: Author Surname: Resource Title
Citation: Author Surname, First Name (Year Published) Resource Title. Publication Title and Information. [Linked to the resource where possible]
Resource Type: Type of resource, ie. article, website, etc.
Description: Short, one-sentence description of the resource
Category: Resources * make sure to check this box! *
Tags: use existing tags or make new ones where applicable; make sure to always tag the resource type and Community of Practice(s) that it is relevant to
For datasets, the post format is:
Title: Dataset name
URL: Link to dataset location
Description: Short, one-sentence description of the dataset
Category: Datasets * make sure to check this box! *
Tags: use existing tags or make new ones where applicable
Community of Practice:
copyright – see “rights management”
google art project
linked open data