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|Improving modern art articles on Wikipedia, a partnership between Wikimédia France and Centre Georges Pompidou||Sylvain Machefert||Préconférence IFLA 2014 - Bibliothèques d'art||French||2014||The Centre Georges Pompidou is a structure in Paris hosting the "Musée National d'Art Moderne", largest museum for modern art in Europe. Wikimédia France is a French organization working on promoting Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects, by organizing trainings or conducting partnerships for example. The project described in this proposal has been led by the GLAM (Galleries Libraries Archives and Museums) working group of Wikimédia France and Pompidou museum curators.||3||0|
|Informationswissenschaftliche Herausforderungen für kulturelle Gedächtnisorganisationen||Thomas Tunsch||EVA 2012 Berlin||German||7 November 2012||At the beginning of digitization museums tried to achieve comparable data by means of strict rules. The orientation to the structures and concepts of different disciplines could thereby result in limitations of interdisciplinary collaboration.
New communication structures in the World Wide Web, the Web 2.0, and the progress in the standardization of information on cultural heritage are the foundation for the development of semantic data models and the interdisciplinary communication. In this connection the intensive cooperation between experts of different disciplines by means of information science is necessary. It is also essential to agree on common terms, which can often be achieved only through continuous communication reflecting the specific knowledge in different fields of expertise.Semantic data models are becoming more and more important for museums, especially in the collection and use of extrinsic information about museum objects, because only the reliable representation of the existing specialized information and their general accessibility enables the scholarly debate on a high level.
|Kommunikation für Experten: Kulturelle Gedächtnisorganisationen und vernetzte Arbeitsgemeinschaften||Thomas Tunsch||EVA 2011 Berlin||German||9 November 2011||Being a part of contemporary culture collaborative communities gain more and more importance for cultural memory organizations as well. Through this it becomes evident that these organizations not only serve as storage or to guarantee conservation but also shape cultural history and its perception. At the same time collaborative communities are using cultural memory organizations as sources and for reference.
Cultural memory organizations are shaped by experts from various disciplines in their structure and effectiveness significantly. Therefore collaborative communities are becoming more important for experts and their communication network.Collaborative communities are partially employing new ways and methods to organize knowledge, which are often less known in cultural memory organizations and are therefore rejected or considered transitory trends. However both cultural memory organizations and collaborative communities rely on the acceptance of society and need their results to be trusted by the members of society.
|Creating online collaborative environments for museums: A case study of a museum wiki||Alison Hsiang-Yi Liu
Jonathan P. Bowen
|Int. J. Web Based Communities||English||2011||Museums have been increasingly adopting Web 2.0 technology to reach and interact with their visitors. Some have experimented with wikis to allow both curators and visitors to provide complementary information about objects in the museum. An example of this is the Object Wiki from the Science Museum in London. Little has been done to study these interactions in an academic framework. In the field of knowledge management, the concept of 'communities of practice' has been posited as a suitable structure in which to study how knowledge is developed within a community with a common interest in a particular domain, using a sociological approach. Previously this has been used in investigating the management of knowledge within business organisations, teachers' professional development, and online e-learning communities. The authors apply this approach to a museum-based wiki to assess its applicability for such an endeavour. Copyright||0||0|
|Os museus portugueses e a Web 2.0||Alexandra Raquel Pedro||Ciência da Informação||Portuguese||May 2010||This article presents the results of an investigation work that had as main objective the determination and analysis of the Web 2.0 tools used by Portuguese museums in the development of their activities. The selected samples were the 125 museums from the Rede Portuguesa de Museus. The conclusion is that this practice is only at an early stage. The most used tool is the blog. Pioneer projects were also identified namely wikis, Creative Commons Licenses, Youtube, Flickr and online social networks.||2||0|