Now in its fourth year, Museums and the Web 2000 will be the place to review the state of the web in arts and heritage. Speakers from around the world will present their ideas in sessions, and panels that explore theory and practice at both basic and advanced levels. Pre-conference workshops provide in-depth study of methods and issues. Exhibits will feature hot tools, new techniques and services to help you get things done.
When? April 16 - 19, 2000
Where? Hyatt Regency Hotel - Minneapolis, Minnesota
Meet the best museum webmasters from around the world
See how online access to heritage information improves teaching, learning and research
Learn how to enhance your museum's Web site
Hear papers exploring the issues facing museums on the web
Debate approaches and ideas with your colleagues
See demonstrations of the best new museum applications on the web
Meet old friends and make new ones -- it's the personal network that gets you through the tough times and deadlines!
Need Help in Attending?
A limited number of Scholarships are available. See the Application Instructions, online at http://www.archimuse.com/mw2000/
Can't make it in person?
Get the Book! Museums and the Web 2000: Selected Papers
will also be available in print. Papers for this and all previous Museums and the Web conferences are also available online, from http://www.archimuse.com/mw.html
Conference Co-Chairs: David Bearman and Jennifer Trant
Local Arrangements Committee - Chair: Scott Sayre, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
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