>How to know if your museum is Web 2.0

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Tired of reading the always ultimate-definitive advice about building Web 2.0 audiences and continuing without any tool to assess the potential of your museum? If you want to know if your museum is Web 2.0 friendly without hiring the services of any expensive consulter, try by addressing those simple steps,
  1. Buy some sticky label paper for printing,
  2. print the designs listed below,
  3. match your staff members with their correspondent stickers,
  4. encourage your staff wearing the stickers with pride
To match your people with their stickers, just follow these guidelines,

For Registrars

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If your registrar is really, really cutting-edge, try with this other,

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For Curators

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If your curator truly loves hanging our with other staff members, try a step forward,

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For Educators

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If your educator organizes activities other than “for kids,”
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For Directors

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If your director thinks other than only on fundraising,

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For Board Members

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If your board members are truly mission-focussed,

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Finally, do not forget taking some photos and posting them on your museum blog!

(Thanks to the Tech-CH Blog guys for providing this wonderful tool)

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>Museos en la web… ¡en Español!

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En e-artcasting somos más conscientes que nunca de las posibilidades de la web social para los museos. La semana pasada tuvimos la oportunidad de asistir en San Francisco al congreso Museums and the Web 2007.

Durante cuantro intensos días participamos en cuantos eventos permitía tener un sólo cuerpo. Además de en distintas conferencias y talleres, recepciones y presentaciones, estuvimos en el encuentro de bloggers de museos, presentamos un proyecto de investigación en el Foro de Investigadores y además participamos en la vigilia para recordar el saqueo del Museo Nacional de Irak (en la foto). Por si fuera poco, durante el desayuno “Birds of a feather” hicimos un improvisado intento de reunir a los varios profesionales de museos hispanohablantes que andaban por allí.

De ese pequeñísimo encuentro tomamos la resolución de reunir a la inmensa comunidad de profesionales de museos en español y darle más visibilidad en un contexto claramente dominado por el mercado anglosajón. La calidad de nuestros museos y colecciones, así como la de los profesionales que trabajan en ellos, es excelente y sólo necesitamos unirnos para contarlo. ¿Te apuntas a “Museos en la Red”?

Manda tu email a contact@lamusediffuse.com

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>Important Dates for Museum Lovers

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Just some reminders,

>The State of the Museum Blogosphere

>We just knew via Ideum that the study “Radical Trust: The State of the Museum Blogosphere,” which will be presented by Sebastian Chan and Jim Spadaccini at Museums and the Web 2007 in San Francisco, is now available online.

As part of the Museum Bloggers Community, e-artcasting want to thank this interesting analysis to its authors and encourage all museum bloggers to read it. We have found there very interesting feedback and some insights to think about.

To those attending the lecture, please do not forget to join us in a meet up of museum bloggers just after it.

See you there!

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