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What is the event about?
BrightLemon are bringing together
leading lights of the Museum, Gallery and Education sector to share
best practices, advice and case studies that explore the viral power
of social networks.
Social media has become a key component for any large cultural or
educational institution. Interactive technology now allows targeted
communities to be brought together based around a particular topic or
interested – bringing a range of opportunities.
Topics to be covered will include:
- How leading lights of the Museum, Gallery and Education sectors
create online communities that promote learning and engage audiences.
- Showcase some online success stories from the Museum, Gallery
and Educational sectors.
- Share and discuss advancements in technology with leading
experts of the web industry – allowing you to learn and
understand new channels and platforms available.
- Learn how to manage an online community to help promote your
institution, its collections, exhibitions and programs plus bring in
new audiences, both online and to the institution itself.
- Discuss and showcase some particular platforms –
especially open source – which are available in the web
industry that can benefit the Museum, Galleries and Education sector.
Who is presenting?
- John Galvin of i01
'How the semantic web will impact Museums, Galleries & Education'
- Sheila Sang of the Natural
History Museum presenting
'Developing audience involvement, engagement and participation'
- Chris Waring of Talis presenting
'The Journey of Linked Data'
- Paul Clifford of Museum of
'Blended Learning and Social Networks at the Museum of London'
- Leon Tong of BrightLemon presenting
'Aristotle to Facebook, The popularity of Social Networks -
explained by over 2000 years of academic thought'
- Kirstie Beaven of the Tate presenting 'Join
In - reaching and valuing your audience'
For more details on the speakers please view here
Who should attend?
- Open to all professionals in the cultural heritage sector with
an interest in social media for museums, galleries and education.
- Heads of digital media, website managers and employees involved
with outreach activity within the Museum, Gallery and Education sector.
- Researchers and professionals interested in the broad field of
the cultural heritage sector.
- Foundations and governments that support and attend Museums,
Galleries and Educational organisations every year.
BrightLemon build large
social networks that grow and connect communities of like-minded
people. Our networks represent 1.25 million users in over 18 countries
and have been featured in the finals of the BIMA and BETT awards and
by MySQL.com and Mashable.com.
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