MTG Hawkes Bay has recently upgraded to version 6 of Vernon Browser. The work that has been done to share their collection online can now be re-used for visitors to the physical venue. A large touch-screen table has been installed in the gallery, with the Bird’s Eye View as the home page.
“Digital Futures: Embracing New Strategies”. About how museums have responded to the Covid-19 pandemic, the lessons they have learned and how they are approaching re-opening after lockdown.
Alex, our UK representative, recently attended the CultureGeek online conference. His report highlights one of the sessions he found interesting which discussed the redesign of the collections website of London’s Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A).
This newsletter highlights recent developments with the Browser module. First we introduce new features in Browser Version 6 and then show how Tairāwhiti Museum has added multi-lingual navigation to their online collection and how the Australian Ballet uses the Browser module to allow all staff internal access to their database.
In keeping with their core principles the Tairawhiti Museum uses both Te Reo (Maori) and English in their website.