Museums and the Web 2000 is this international conference devoted to museums online. A key part of the MW2000 program is the Demonstration Hall. This exhibition area provides conference attendees a chance to meet and discuss web sites one-on-one with their developers.
Representatives of not-for-profit organizations, including museums, researchers, and educatoional institutions, are invited to propose demonstrations. Proposals should highlight key aspects of a web site, or showcase novel uses of web technology in culture, heritage and education.
Have you developed a site with great features? Have you made a unique use of web technology in your online programs? Have you got a great application of educational technology that draws on museum artefacts or builds on museum programs? If so, you could demonstrate your site at Museums and the Web 2000.
Proposals are still being accepted for non-commercial museum web site
demonstrations. If you are a museum or education professional, you have until February 15, 2000 to propose your demonstration, using our online form.
Demonstration proposals must include:
Full identification of the presenter(s), including name, job title,
institution, address, phone, fax, email and URL.
An abstract clearly stating the value of the demonstration
AV requirements for the demonstration
Demonstrators may submit a written paper possible publication in the Conference Proceedings, that are available at the meeting. Papers must follow the Guidelines for Speakers and be submitted by February 15, 2000.
Submit your proposal using our online form at http://www.archimuse.com/demos/
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