Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Event: Museum Computer Network annual conference

In case you haven't seen this.
Save the Date!

Join the Museum Computer Network for the 36th annual conference in Washington, D.C., November 12th - 15th.



Join MCN in the nation's capital for four days of targeted programming emphasizing the "how-tos" and "why-tos" of Information Technology for Museums.

We'll meet in downtown Washington, DC at the beautiful Grand Hyatt Washington Hotel for a full range of programs addressing a wide array of topics, including the following:
  • Issues of National Concern for Museums
  • Social Networking, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0
  • Superior Content, Superior Delivery
  • Digital Readiness
  • Museum Information Standards
  • Leadership, Sustainability, Accountability
  • Staying Current
  • Case Study Showcases on Innovation, Collections and Open Source efforts
Visit www.mcn.edu/conferences to view the preliminary program and for registration, hotel & travel information.

About the Museum Computer Network

Mission: The Museum Computer Network (MCN) supports the greater museum community by providing continuing opportunities to explore, implement, and disseminate new technologies and best practices in the field.

Founded in 1967, MCN is a nonprofit organization with members representing a wide range of information professionals from hundreds of museums and cultural heritage institutions in the United States and around the world. MCN helps museum information professionals and people interested in technology in the cultural heritage community seek out and share ideas and information through a wide range of activities, including an annual conference, special interest groups, website, and other outstanding resources such as the new MCN Project Registry at MuseTechCentral (http://musetechcentral.org/)

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