ICT for Museums and Heritage

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The following are useful links for museums and ICT

Follow this link to read our short guide to ICT for small Museums

The Good Practice Guide for Developers of Cultural Heritage Web Services, provided by UKOLN: the UK libraries network:

One of the lead bodies for ICT and documentation is the Collections Link (was MDA). They have a set of useful factsheets.

The Association of Independent Museums has free focus sheets and several on ICT

Inspiring non technical books I would recommend include:

On interactivity: Meadows. Mark Stephen 'Pause & Effect - The Art Of Interactive Narrative' New Riders, Indianapolis 2003

Hughes, Bob 'Dust Or Magic: Secrets Of Successful Multimedia Design [paperback] ' Addison Welsey,2000

On Design: Williams , Robin 'The Non-designer's Design Book: Design And Typographic Principles For The Visual Novice ' Peachpit Press, Berkeley, 2nd Edition, 2003

Williams , Robin and Tollett, John 'The Non-designer's Web Book: An easy guide to creating, designing and posting your own web site' Peachpit Press, Berkeley, 3rd Edition, 2005

Follow this link to see a short ICT 'tutorial'


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