This issue of Collection Connection profiles some of the recent online collection microsites we have worked on, recaps Alex von der Becke’s visit to our head office, includes Leisa’s thoughts on the MuseumNext conference, and a has list of our upcoming conference events.
The Vernon Browser module is a tool that integrates into Vernon CMS to share your collection. There are three broad approaches to developing an online collection website using the Browser module. This post outlines the three approaches and focuses on the simplest solution – an online collection microsite.
Alex has been our UK-based staff member since 2014. Alex provides invaluable support and training for our European sites, as well as representing us at local conferences.
This month we had the pleasure of Alex visiting our head office in Auckland to work with the rest of the team.
MuseumNext in Melbourne 2017 was all about “risk”. If you don’t try, you don’t gain, but you also don’t lose. But many speakers took the time and care to stress that there are genuine costs to inaction. If you risk nothing, you can harm every aspect of your organisation. Nothing gained, nothing lost isn’t true. If you don’t try, you are automatically losing. If risks are not taken, your institution can become irrelevant, redundant and worse – purposeless. Slide from
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