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Join us in Melbourne for the 4th Museums and the Web Asia conference: October 5-8, 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre,  Australia.

Register to attend MWA2015

Museums and the Web (MW) connects an international network of leading museum innovators. MW’s annual North American conference is the largest in the museum technology field. Over the past four years, Museums and the Web has convened in Asia to extend its lively community. MW conferences offer many ways to participate, from presentations and demonstrations to workshops, tours, and interventions from digital artists and makers. The annual proceedings of MW conferences have been freely available online since MW’s founding in 1997 and represent one of the most extensive and important repositories of global knowledge, innovation and best practice in digital applications for the cultural sector.

Who Comes to MW?
All kinds of people from around the world come to Museums and the Web. You will find webmasters, educators, curators, librarians, designers, managers, directors, scholars, consultants, programmers, analysts, publishers and developers from museums, galleries, libraries, science centers, and archives ‚Äď as well as the companies, foundations and governments that support them ‚Äď at Museums and the Web every year.

The MW Program
MW offers a range of professional learning opportunities, from plenary sessions to un-conference sessions, from formal papers to informal networking, from museum project demonstrations to commercial exhibits, from professional debates to lightning talks, from how-to sessions to crit rooms.

Prior to the conference, there are half-day workshops and pre-conference tours. Social events include receptions each evening, and lots of refreshment breaks provide plenty of time to meet and talk with colleagues.

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