Conferences, training and user group meetings
Vernon Systems holds user group meetings and training events around the world and regularly attends museum, archive and technology conferences.
Featuring advanced research and exemplary applications of digital practice for cultural, natural and scientific heritage. Formed by leading professionals from around the world, our community has been meeting since 1997, and recognizing the best in cultural heritage innovation through the GLAMi(formerly Best of the Web) awards annually. More than 1000 papers from the past 20 years of MW conferences are freely accessible online and offer an unparalleled resource for museum workers, technologists, students and researchers that grows every year.
Vernon Systems will be attending the American Alliance for Museums Conference in Phoenix, May 2018.
We are looking at doing training sessions on Vernon CMS.
This could be Basic training, Advanced training, or customised training topics similar to our Vernon User Group training sessions.
Please email email@example.com if you are interested in attending training sessions in Phoenix.
The 2018 American Alliance of Museums (AAM) Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo—May 6-9 in Phoenix, Arizona—is your opportunity to explore the many ways museums serve as hubs of community activation and learning.
Vernon Systems staff will be attending. Come and visit us at Stand number 1935.
Please get in touch if you would like to meet with our representatives during the conference, or if you are interested in training.
The Museums + Heritage Show is taking place on 16 + 17 May 2018 at Olympia London. It is completely FREE to attend and offers two jam-packed days featuring more than 50 free talks, 150 suppliers and consultants and a raft of special features. This Show is the perfect place to discover new ideas and opportunities and to explore new ways of working, all designed to make your organisation bigger, better and stronger!
Vernon Systems will be attending. Come and visit us at Stand L5.
Please get in touch if you would like to make a time to meet or if you are interested in training.
Agents of Change
Vernon Systems will have a stand at the Museums Galleries Australia National Conference.
The conference will bring together current and future leaders and decision-makers in museums, galleries and governments from across Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, the conference will be an outstanding three-day experience for all.
The Otago Museum and the University of Otago are glad to welcome you to the 2018 joint meeting of the Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC) and Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG), held from 25 August to 1 September in Dunedin, New Zealand. The theme of this inaugural joint meeting is ‘Collections & Data in an Uncertain World’, allowing delegates to explore the strategies and practices that may mitigate the risk to both the physical collections and the data derived from them. We look forward to welcoming you to Dunedin.
Vernon Systems are a sponsor for the SPNCC conference 2018 and will be attending for first two days.
Vernon Systems staff will be attending the Australasian Registrars Committee conference in 2018.
Duration and Dimension
Across the collecting practices of galleries, social history and science museums, archives and libraries, the increasing prevalence of time-based and born-digital media acquired, lent, borrowed and exhibited presents significant challenges for registrars. As we respond to these challenges, both tangible and intangible, established registration methods are being tested and often falling short.
Caring for these collections is broadly acknowledged as a cross-disciplinary effort involving registrars, curators, conservators, technicians, artists and technology specialists, including IT and audiovisual experts. Duration and Dimension brings together speakers to explore diverse matters inherent to time-based and born-digital media, presenting practical solutions registrars, their colleagues and experts working in other industries apply to the management of these collections long-term.
Melbourne, 3-5 October, 2018