Anable: Accessibility Techniques for Museum Websites

Citation: Anable, Susan (2001). Accessibility Techniques for Museum Websites. Museums & the Web.

Document Type: Conference Paper

Description: This case study of the Virtual Museum Tour, part of the website of The Dayton Art Institute and developed in collaboration with Wright State University, details the challenge of making a variety of internet technologies accessible to people with visual or hearing impairment or mobility limitations, and the use of web accessibility guidelines to develop an online solution

Wyman, Gillam & Bahram: Inclusive Design – From Approach to Execution

Citation: Wyman, Bruce, Gillam, Scott & Bahram, Sina. (2016). Inclusive Design: From Approach to Execution. Museums & the Web.

Document Type: Conference Paper

Description: This case study of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights details the museum’s early mandate for inclusive design to be implemented throughout the museum experience, and the resulting variety of designs and intentions that ultimately required development and implementation strategies

Petrie, King & Weisen: The accessibility of Museum Web Sites – Results From An English Investigation And International Comparisons

Citation: Petrie, Helen, King, Neil & Weisen, Marcus (2005). The accessibility of Museum Web Sites: Results From An English Investigation And International Comparisons. Museums & the Web.

Document Type: Conference Paper

Description: This paper presents the results of an audit of the accessibility of 125 museum web sites: 100 from England and 25 from around the world

Bahram: Inaccessibility Is Not An Option, from Demos to Contracts – Demonstrating the fantastic benefits of accessibility and inclusive design, then making your contracts match your beliefs

Citation: Bahram, Sina (2015). Inaccessibility Is Not An Option, from Demos to Contracts: Demonstrating the fantastic benefits of accessibility and inclusive design, then making your contracts match your beliefs. Museums & the Web.

Document Type: Conference Paper

Description: This paper aims to advance general awareness of inclusive design, convey a working knowledge of digital accessibility issues, and proffer actionable advice and tools to museum professionals who wish to join the ever growing community who are incorporating accessibility and universal design into their everyday practice

Dawson, Smith Hale & Corbeil: Open Innovation – Open Movements and the Role of a Museum in the 21st Century

Citation: Dawson, Brian, Smith Hale, Fiona & Corbeil, Sandra (2017). Open Innovation: Open Movements and the Role of a Museum in the 21st Century. Museums & the Web.

Document Type: Conference Paper

Description: This paper explores how museums can use linked open data and other open initiatives as a site of open innovation, inviting participants as well as academic, enterprise, and cultural collaborators to engage with visitors on new applications

Oomen & Baltussen: Sharing Cultural Heritage the Linked Open Data Way – Why You Should Sign Up

Citation: Oomen, Johan & Baltussen, Lotte Belice (2012). Sharing Cultural Heritage the Linked Open Data Way: Why You Should Sign Up. Museums & the Web.

Document Type: Conference Paper

Description: Overview of Dutch initiatives that have started opening up their data through far-reaching open licenses as well as initiatives that are using the Linked Open Data cloud to integrate and enriching heritage collection metadata

Degler: Innovative Applications and Data Sharing with Linked Open Data in Museums – Exploring Principles and Examples

Citation: Degler, Duane (2017). Innovative Applications and Data Sharing with Linked Open Data in Museums: Exploring Principles and Examples. Museums & the Web. 

Document Type: Conference Paper

Description: Introduction to what you can do with linked data and modern application frameworks, including recent applications and data patterns

Degler, Johnson & Cobb: Linked Open Data in Museums – What it is, the Value, and Your Organization’s Strategy

Citation: Degler, Duane, Johnson, Neil & Cobb, Joan (2016). Linked Open Data in Museums: What it is, the Value, and Your Organization’s Strategy. Museums & the Web.

Document Type: Conference Paper

Description: Introduction to LODLAM: linked open data for libraries, archives and museums, including the implications and opportunities it provides

Voss: Radically Open Cultural Heritage Data on the Web

CitationVoss, Jon (2012). Radically Open Cultural Heritage Data on the Web. Museums & the Web.

Document type: Conference Paper

Description: This paper examines how a cultural, technological, and legal environment is enabling a growing ecosystem of open historical data through the use of Linked Open Data