Leading lights shared their expertise at WebWise 2010: Imagining the Digital Future, on March 3-5 in Denver, Colorado. If you missed it or want to replay your favorites, you're in luck.
Sessions feature how libraries and museums are using leading edge digital technologies to share their collections and engage the public. Presenters covered topics such as the sustainability of digital content, engaging users, new tools and services, essential skills for practitioners, and funding. Recorded sessions also include interviews with leaders in cultural heritage digitization. DU's Digital Pioneers project is one of those highlighted.
Sponsors included the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and the Morgridge Family Foundation. The University of Denver, the Denver Art Museum, and BCR co-hosted the event.
View webcasts at: http://www.tvworldwide.com/events/webwise/100303/
Program home: http://www.bcr.org/webwise2010/
Digital Pioneers: http://www.Digital-Pioneers.org
Thanks to the Mountain Plains Library Association (http://www.mpla.us) for sharing the news.