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The Facet Digital Heritage Collection: Managing and Growing a Cultural Heritage Web Presence: A Strategic Guide Paperback – 20 Apr 2011
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"This is an important addition to the body of digital heritage literature and a strong indication not just of how far we have come in our practice but of how mature today discussion of this subject is." (Dr Ross Parry)
"...offers sounds advice, tips and practical strategies that should prove useful to people in a wide range of cultural sector roles involved in managing and growing web presences." (Business Archives)
"…informative, interesting and well written. The author is especially good at explaining clearly and effectively concepts that people without technical training might otherwise find difficult to understand. Numerous real-world examples are given and relevant research and policy literature pointed to. It will be of use to those working in cultural heritage organisations of all sizes irrespective of whether they have an already established or fledgling web presence."(Journal of Documentation)
About the Author
Mike Ellis is a Digital Strategist at Eduserv who is particularly interested in how web and mobile technologies can help non-technical people communicate, share and create. He writes and presents extensively, runs conferences and gives workshops on various aspects of web technology. He has spent much of his working life in and around cultural heritage and other content-rich institutions, and was Head of Web at The National Museum of Science and Industry from 2000 to 2007.
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31 May 2012
I've never been to a museum. They've always looked a bit old and stuff to me, but this book really opened my eyes. It may seem expensive, but the knowledge and wealth of thought provoking content makes it a must buy.
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