How have we changed as a GLAM sector in the last 10 years, and how will we evolve? What new technologies await beyond the borders of our imagination? Who will be our audience, and why will they come? Curiosity, Anger, Obligation, Love? Will GLAM institutions even need to exist? And if so, will they still be talking about the same issues we face today or faced 100 years ago?
Vernon User Group Meetings
Recent Browser sites
Case Study – Bunjil Place
Museum Collection data Survey
Conferences: AIM UK 2019
Training: Vernon CMS Webinar Series
Culture Waitaki Culture Waikati is the cultural hub for North Otago, New Zealand. Contributing organisations include North Otago Museum, Forrester Gallery, Waitaki District Archive, Waitaki District Library, and Oamaru Opera House. Their new Vernon Browser website includes highlights from several of these organisations. You can see their online collection at https://collection.culturewaitaki.org.nz/explore Te Awamutu Museum Te Awamutu Museum is a regional museum in New Zealand’s Waikato region. Highlights of their collections include Taonga Māori artefacts and objects from early European settlers.
Held in the attractive Nottinghamshire market town of Newark (or Newark-on-Trent to give it its full name) and dominated by the picturesque ruin of Newark Castle by the river Trent, the theme of this year’s annual Association of Independent Museums (AIM) conference was ‘How to be a great destination’. To give a flavour of this I thought I would share some notes from three different but absorbing talks: Bletchley Park Iain Standen, CEO of Bletchley Park Trust, and Hilary McHGowan,
Vernon was selected over other collection management systems due to its user-friendly interface, high-level customer support and extensive scope for detailed documentation and information management.