Comments on: Summing up the UKOLN/MLA Web 2.0 Workshops A UKOLN Blog for the Cultural Heritage sector (now archived) Tue, 05 Apr 2011 10:20:26 +0000 hourly 1 By: Cultural Heritage » Blog Archive » UKOLN’s Involvement With The Cultural Heritage Sector Cultural Heritage » Blog Archive » UKOLN’s Involvement With The Cultural Heritage Sector Mon, 21 Mar 2011 13:05:19 +0000 [...] the cultural heritage sector. The first series was held in 2008-9 and delivered by Brian Kelly. The second was delivered in 2009-10 and delivered by Marieke Guy while the final series took place during 2010-2011 and was delivered [...]

By: ingrid ingrid Thu, 07 Oct 2010 16:33:58 +0000 Refering to my comment above, about entering the Museums and the Web competition for best websites, Dulwich OnView won the category for ‘Best website of a small museum’ in Denver, Colorado.
Of course we were utterly delighted, since there were 25 countries at the conference and 15 international judges. And we are run by volunteers so cost our museum nothing at all.

By: Mrs Anne Laws Mrs Anne Laws Sat, 03 Apr 2010 09:37:32 +0000 Missed the venue, Leeds ,sadly . Please repeat in the North if possible .Would like news of similar events. Take a look at Brayton Junior School website, Libray page-Library Updates. Making progress at Key Stage 1-2 level.
Mrs Anne Laws

By: Ingrid Ingrid Sat, 03 Apr 2010 09:33:24 +0000 It was a pleasure to present a case study of museum blog run by local volunteers. Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Dulwich OnView.

This little blog is now being presented at the Museums and the Web conference in Denver, Colorado,
There has been a paper written about it, and it is up for ‘The Best of the Web’ competition
Here are the nominees
We are in the Social Media section
This is partly judged by people’s vote, so do take a look and make your choice if you like.

We may not get anywhere, but this shows that social media in the heritage sector is of increasing interest internationally, implying that it is very effective.

Tnank you Marike, for setting up all these workshops!

By: Liz Riding Liz Riding Wed, 31 Mar 2010 12:17:15 +0000 Thanks again for the workshop.

We’ve just gone Live with the Blackburn with Darwen Library and Information Service Facebook Page and this wouldn’t have been possible without all the information and confidence gained from this workshop.

I’ve now got to try and work out how to link it to our existing Twitter and MySpace sites – the fun never ends!