Lightning Talks I: How Can We…? #MW18-FF

Friday, April 20, 2018: 11:00am - 12:20pm
Grand Ballroom

6-minute talks presenting key learnings from exemplary projects in the field.

Chair: Lauren Lynch

How can museums use digital culture, content and technologies to drive not only business change but also social change?
- Sejul Malde, Culture24, UK

A Quick Guide to Gaming Teen Interest in History
- Effie Kapsalis, Smithsonian Institution Archives, USA, Kellian Adams, Green Door Labs, USA

Smart Collaboration
- Gretchen Halverson, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA, Kjell Olsen, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA

Wisdom of the Crowd(sourced content) - Library and Archives Canada's New Crowdsourcing Platform
- Michael Smith, Library and Archives Canada, Canada

#metoo: Building capacity for online collecting of extraordinary events (and everyday life)
- Kajsa Hartig, Västernorrlands museum, Sweden

Web-exhibits for Inclusivity: designing an accessible companion Web-exhibit in-house
- Megan Reel, Museum of Texas Tech University, USA

Changing approaches to presenting Collections online: the Netflix effect
- Kate Huckle, Royal Academy of Arts, UK, Louise Cohen, Royal Academy of Arts, UK

Rethinking the Digital MVP: Your Museum's Viable Product
- Ariana French, American Museum of Natural History, USA

Start your digitized online 3D object collection with little or no budget
- Harry Abramson, Direct Dimensions, USA

3D Documentation: Enhancing Conservation, Interpretation and Accessibility
- Dr. Mark Osterman, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, USA

Designing for Curiosity
- Ian Wojtowicz, Aldrich Pears Associates, Canada