It’s been a busy few months for online collection projects based on Vernon Browser. It’s exciting to have many of our clients sharing their collections.
Adding a digital project management tool is not easy. Everyone manages their time and work differently, and such tools are workflow disruptors. There is a steep learning curve, it is an extra step to check the online interface on a daily basis, teams must agree to actually use the tool and how and where they are sorting information, and, unless you edit your notification settings right away, the tool will overwhelm your email inbox. So why bother?
Case Study – Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, Nowra
Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, Nowra, is a small-medium sized gallery owned and operated by Shoalhaven City Council to both house and display the City Art Collection and also to provide the local community with access to a wide range of artists and exhibitions. While the gallery was only established 15 years ago, the City Art Collection dates back to the 1960s, with Council acquiring the winning works from the local Art Society Annual Prize.
The stunning setting of the Collins Barracks, National Museum of Ireland (Decorative Arts and History), Dublin, was the venue for the 2019 Natural Sciences Collections Association (NatSCA) conference. I was one of the trade exhibitors but also managed to participate in two tours, as well as sitting in on some of the interesting talks.
Read about our attendance at the Summit for Technical Communicators in Denver and the American Alliance of Museums conference in New Orleans.
We are happy to announce an ongoing webinar series. These webinars start on the 7th August with a closer look at XML imports. Following events will focus on searching and Word Merge.
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