Papers

Anonymous and cheap: Experimenting with unobtrusive methods of measuring user experience and engagement for in-gallery interactives
- Brian Hewitt, Corning Museum of Glass, USA

Archives strengthening historical narratives: Sharing digital and linked data resources for broader reach and sustainability
- Mark Coffey, Texas Coastal Bend Collection, USA, Alan Watts, Texas Coastal Bend Collection, USA, Duane Degler, Design for Context, USA

Building a smart museum: Tackling in-gallery challenges with digital experience at scale
- Brian Dawson, Ingenium -- Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation, Canada, Darran Edmundson, EDM Studio Inc, Canada

Collaborative digital curation and recursive publics: The making of Sq’éwlets: A Stó:lō-Coast Salish Community in the Fraser River Valley
- Kate Hennessy, Simon Fraser University, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Canada, Dave Schaepe, Stó:lō Research and Resource Management Centre, Canada, Natasha Lyons, Ursus Heritage Consulting, Canada, Reese Muntean, Simon Fraser University, Canada, Clarence Pennier, Sqewlets, CANADA, Michael Blake, Department of Anthropology, CANADA

Collecting the ephemeral social media photograph for the future: Why museums and archives need to embrace new work practices for photography collections
- Kajsa Hartig, Västernorrlands museum, Sweden, Bente Jensen, Aalborg City Archives, Denmark, Anni Wallenius, The Finnish Museum of Photography, Finland, Elisabeth Boogh, Stockholm County Museum, Sweden

Connecting the dots: The impact of diversity in the museum workforce on innovation, relevance, and audience Engagement
- Haitham Eid, Southern University at New Orleans, USA

Development, supply, deployment, demand: Balancing the museum digital skills ecosystem:First findings of the
- Ross Parry, University of Leicester, UK, Doris Ruth Eikhof, CAMEo Research Institute, University of Leicester, UK, Sally-Anne Barnes, Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick, UK, Erika Kispeter, University of Warwick, UK

Digital collections, open data and the boundaries of openness: a case study from the National Galleries of Scotland
- Jen Ross, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, Ashley Beamer, Royal Ontario Museum, Canada, Christopher Ganley, national galleries of scotland, UK

Digital tools and how we use them: The destruction and reconstruction of tangible cultural heritage in Syria
- Jana Fredricks, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Facing the future: Natural user Interfaces and transmedia spaces in museums
- Scott Gillam, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Canada, Liz Neely, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, USA, Corey Timpson, Corey Timpson Design Inc., Canada

From at risk to open access: The Endangered Archives of the world
- Tristan Roddis, Cogapp, UK, Adam Farquhar, The British Library, UK

I wonder... Inquiry techniques as a method to gain insights into people's encounters with visual art
- Lucia Marengo, Queen Mary University of London, UK, George Fazekas, QMUL, UK

Ímesh (To Walk): The “app”lication of Indigenous art and landscapes at Simon Fraser University
- Bryan Myles, Bill Reid Centre at Simon Fraser University, Canada

Instagram Trends: Visual Narratives of Embodied Experiences at the Museum of Islamic Art
- Maria Paula Arias, University of Manchester, UK

Introducing socio-technical changes through “Mobile First” in the Museum Application Domain
- Tobias Baumgaertner, University of Passau, Germany

Is this an exhibition or a publication? Defining online resources types in art museums
- Maribel Hidalgo Urbaneja, University of Glasgow, UK

Making contact: Experiments with digital donations at National Museums Scotland
- Rob Cawston, National Museums Scotland, UK

Making metadata into meaning: Digital storytelling with IIIF
- Tristan Roddis, Cogapp, UK

Monuments for a departed future: Designing for critical engagement with an ideologically contested museum collection
- Karin Ryding, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Anders Sundnes Løvlie, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

More than views: Diving into video analytics beyond view counts
- Jonathan Munar, Art21, USA

Museum on the Street: Building a community digital heritage exchange in Hastings, UK
- Jon Pratty, School of Media, Film and Music, University of Sussex, UK

Pinning Art: Data and Stories behind the usage of The Met’s Online Collection
- Elena Villaespesa, Pratt Institute, USA, Jennie Choi, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA

Possibilities and constraints for virtual visits: Experimental approaches to VR at the Smithsonian American Art Museum
- Sara Snyder, Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery, USA

Rijksmuseum mobile first: Rijksstudio Redesign and the new Rijksmuseum app
- Peter Gorgels, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Serendipity and readability: Building an engaging online collection site with limited resources
- Paul Rowe, Vernon Systems, New Zealand, Jennifer Taylor Moore, Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui, New Zealand

Serving researchers in a self-service world
- Dana Allen-Greil, Monterey Bay Aquarium, USA

Skill and sensibility: The Creative Producer
- Vince Dziekan, Monash University, Australia, Benjamin Walbrook, MADA, Monash University, Australia

Storytelling with mobile augmented reality on Omaha Beach: Design considerations when reconstructing an historical event in situ
- Gunnar Liestøl, University of Oslo, Norway

Structuring for digital success: A global survey of how museums and other cultural organizations resource, fund, and structure their digital teams and activity
- Kati Price, V&A-Victoria and Albert Museum, UK, Dafydd James, Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales, Wales

Sustaining the heartbeat of your museum’s content strategy
- Eric Holter, Cuberis, USA

Tasting together: Podcasts and meaningful community engagement
- Michael Schwartz, The Jewish Museum and Archives of BC, Canada, April Thompson, Jewish Museum & Archives of BC, Canada

The Digital Footprint
- Catherine Devine, Microsoft, USA

The Future of Media determines the Future of Museum. (Some remarks in the current situation of the Post-NMC era)
- Harald Kraemer, School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.

The next generation of digital publishing: Integrated strategies for online scholarly content at SFMOMA
- Sarah Bailey Hogarty, California College of the Arts, USA, Jennifer Knox White, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, USA, James Provenza, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, USA

The people vs. technology: A guide to harnessing playful tech to engage audiences in new ways
- Jessica Taylor, Preloaded, UK, Hilary Knight, Tate, UK, Becky Menlove, Natural History Museum of Utah, USA, Dave Patten, Science Museum, UK

The People’s Collection Wales: Sustaining a national, collaborative, bilingual digital programme in its first decade
- Tom Pert, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, UK, Michael Jones, National Library of Wales, UK, Dafydd James, Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales, Wales

The portARble museum: Developing augmented reality for the Web using AR.js
- Fred Leighton, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, USA

The process of involving children with autism in the design of a museum-based app
- Dimitra Magkafa, University of West of England, UK, Nigel Newbutt, University of the West of England, UK

Ticketing 2017: Two new projects take on complex challenges
- Douglas Hegley, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA, Andrew Serong, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Australia, Andrew David, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA, Meaghan Tongen, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA, Kjell Olsen, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA, Eric Bruce, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA

To journey in Twitter canoes: Methods to understand the mechanisms and meaning in Twitter conversations
- Seema Rao, Brilliant Idea Studio, USA, Robert Stein, American Alliance of Musuems, USA

Using Coyote to Describe the World
- Sina Bahram, Prime Access Consulting, Inc., USA, Anna Chiaretta Lavatelli, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, USA

Weighing the World Wide Web: The art and science of load testing for unique high-spike conditions
- Radha Nagaraja, National September 11 Memorial and Museum, USA

What are your credentials? Museums, education, and digital badging
- Julia Falkowski, Balboa Park Online Collaborative, USA

What happened here? Explore the history of Stockholm with your smartphone
- Sofia Dahlquist, Stockholmskällan, Sweden

Who reviewed this?! A survey on museum Web publishing in 2018
- Susan Wigodner, Field Museum, Caitlin Kearney, The Field Museum, USA

WikiWelcome: Students creating history and sharing knowledge about their neighborhood in present, past and future
- Sofia Dahlquist, Stockholmskällan, Sweden

Word by Word: A mobile game to encourage collaborative storytelling within the museum
- Timothy Wray, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Elin Ingimundardottir, Tax office of Denmark, Denmark, Greta Stanciauskaite, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Timothy Wray, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Anders Sundnes Løvlie, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Y tho: Art memes’ new online literacies and modes of everyday engagement
- Meredith Whitfield, University of Manchester , UK