Saturday, April 04, 2020: 2:00pm - 3:30pm -
This session will offer valuable, usable insights explaining how recent developments in web technologies mean that museums can now (as never before) enable non-technical staff and visitors to easily create compelling interactive online content about their collections content.
We will look at example stories of different types produced by a variety of organisations. Examples from organisations including Google, the Wellcome Collection, the Bodleian Library, V&A, the British Library, the National Trust and the Bibliotheque Nationale de France will demonstrate both interactive annotated image tours and curated, annotated, document collections. We will look at alternative editing tools and discuss how they can be implemented and applied. Finally, we will talk about future directions for 2020 and beyond.
An informative, useful, entertaining and inspiring session will be had by all.
Canvas Panel by Digirati
Google Guided Zoom
Storiiies by Cogapp
Google Cultural Institute Examples
Wellcome Collection - Quilt
University of Michigan - Epistles of Paul
Virginia University - Life of the Buddha
V&A - Ocean Liner
British Library - Book Annotations
Bodleian Library - Manuscript