Delivering Diversity: Promoting Participation
London, United Kingdom | September 6-10, 1999
The 1999 CIDOC conference was organised in conjunction with MDA, the UK Museum Documentation Association.The venue was Imperial College, London.
The event was opened by Alan Howarth CBE, Minister for the Arts Department of Culture, Media and Sport.
1999 Conference proceedings
Speakers and Full papers
Louise Smith: Preface
Alan Howarth: Introduction
Martyn Brown: Oikos
Matthew Stiff: Strength in Numbers: The Development of the 24 Hour Museum
Suzanne Keene: Introducing the Netful
Andrew Roberts: The Changing Role of Information Professionals n Museums
Ariane Iljon: Convergence of Archives, Libraries and Museums: A European Perspective
Jane Sledge: American Str@tegy: A Report
Bruce Royan: Present Imperfect, Future Conditional
John Perkins and Angela Spinazze: Finding Museum Information in the Internet Commons: A report on the CIMI Dublin Core Metadata Testbed Project
Junko Iwabuchi: Bringing in more elderly audiences with the power of digital technologies: A case study
Jodi Mattes: Access for All? Consideration of multimedia content and design to ensure access for users with disabilities
David O’Brien: Higher education students involved with cultural heritage; a traditional audience eager to use new methods
Manus Brinkman: Illicit Traffic, Fighting an Uphill Battle
Alexander S. Drikker: The Museum in the 21st Century and Information Media
Ray Lester: The Diversity of Biodiversity Information: Is it Inevitable?
Hennione Cornwall-Jones: Historical Photographic Collections: an untapped resource?
Mubiana Luhila: Networked Communication: Are Museums in Sub-Saharan Africa Ready?
Douglas Tudhope and Daniel Cunliffe: Audience and Access: Evaluating Access Tools for Multimedia Collections
Pat Reynolds: Shazam! Researching WebCatalogue Audience Needs
Stuart Holm: The Yahoo Hack – Intercepting potential audiences by stealth (an interim report)
Edmund Southworth and Anne Fahy: “Who’s out there?” – Combating Virtual Exclusion
Roland Jackson: Involving Audiences; Flights of Inspiration
Ruth Singer: How the LTM reached new audiences through working with local schools
Ben Lobo, Phil Blume and Nick Tyson: A template for the Future?
David Dawson: New Technology is for life…
Fiona Marshall: Joining the dots: Challenges in the creation of information for public access
Jeanne Hogenboom: “Truth may seem, but cannot be”: on the objectivity of museum collections data
Richard Hobbs: Finding our Past: the Portable Antiquities Scheme
Andrew Roberts, John Shepherd and Francis Grew: Managing and providing access to information resources about the archaeological archive of London
Ian 0. Morrison: Villages of Ether (Revisited)
Helen McCorry: Museums, the Web and the Serendipity Facilitator
Rosa Botterill: European Museums’ Information Institute