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Structuralizing multimedia data in museums: The use of Internet, video and scanned 3D objects for natural history and science museums
Este texto descreve urna proposta de partilha de recursos informâticos e multimédia, em gérai caros e pouco acessiveis à grande maioria dos museus de ciência e de história naturai. Sugere ainda a criaçâo, no seio do ICOM, ...
A journey from Dreamtime to Machine Time: Australian history through the eyes of Australian Indigenous artists
Di Yerbury, a collector of Australian art for 30 years, started collecting Indigenous art in the mid-1980s as CEO of the Australia Council of which the Aboriginal Arts Board was part. She has since built one of Australia's ...
Virus and the whale: exploring evolution in amuseum collaboration
A major new collaboration of museums in the U.S. will teach the public about current research in evolutionary biology. This project, entitled Explore Evolution, combines the strength of interactive exhibits, Web activities ...
"In their own image: Greek-Australians" NationalProject
engaging and linking communities
"In Their Own Image: Greek-Australians" National Project was established 21 years ago by photographer Effy Alexakis and historian Leonard Janiszewski. We are researching and documenting the Greek-Australian historical and ...
University museums and collections of natural history
Natural history museums and collections at American universities have been in decline for the past 30 years, due in part to increasing constraints on the financial support framework and the perception that natural history ...
The spirit crying for meaning
University network support in research enterprise
"Central Street Live" was an innovative research-based exhibition in a campus gallery that was made possible through linking the working principles that govern Macquarie University in its core areas of business: Research, ...
Seize the day!
Museums in the changing culture of universities - a canadian perspective
University museums and collections exist within a changing academic culture where a "seize the day" attitude prevails, where actions are required to be revolutionary and where strategic alliances still promise to make ...
Distant lives & digital surrogates
historical research, electronic publishing & collaborative partnerships in an australian university museum
Innovation, outreach and collaboration in university museums can take many forms. In recent years, virtual access through web sites and electronic publishing has helped to transform university museums into dynamic spaces ...