Friday, 30 January 2009

Smithsonian 2.0 - the seminar - the buzz -

Last week's two-day Smithsonian 2.0 gathering explored how to make their collections, educational resources, and staff more accessible, engaging, and useful.

Over 30 creative people from the web and new media world met with 30 Smithsonian staff members to generate a vision of what a digital Smithsonian might be like in the years ahead.

The web site has a whole bunch of material from this seminal event, including video, here. There is also a blog, here. Good article from the Washington Post, here

Imagining a Smithsonian Commons
Also of note is the earlier article on the Smithsonian Commons authored by one of their staff, Michael Edson. Thanks to Lee Rainie, Director, Pew Internet & American Life Project, an attendee, who brought it into the light.

This seminar was a brilliant idea. Would be great to see some Australasian institutions doing something similar.

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