First Monday May 2004
First Monday

Volume 9, Number 5 — 3 May 2004

Wednesday, 3 March 2004

Keynote at The Field Museum
John McCarter


Thursday, 4 March 2004

Welcome and Opening Remarks
R. Michael Tanner, University of Illinois at Chicago
Robert Martin, U.S. Intitute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)

Keynote Address: Technology and The Future of Learning
Tom DeFanti, University of Illinois at Chicago

Keynote video at http://www.uic.edu/depts/lib/systems/webwise2004/keynote.ram
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Session One: Virtual Cities
Nancy R. John (Chair of Session), University of Illinois at Chicago

Imaging Pittsburgh: Creating a shared gateway to digital image collections of the Pittsburgh region
Edward A. Galloway, University of Pittsburgh

Ephemeral Cities of Florida
Erich Kesse, University of Florida

Manhattan in 4D
Carol Willis and Max Joel, Skyscraper Museum

Session One video at http://www.uic.edu/depts/lib/systems/webwise2004/session1.ram


Session Two: Who Are Our Audiences and Partners?
Bill Barnett (Chair of Session), The Field Museum

Rethinking the Virtual Museum: Museums in Time and Space
Jean–Marc Blais, Canadian Heritage Information Network

The power and problems of public media
David B. Liroff, WGBH, Boston

Partnerships for Free–choice Learning: Libraries, Museums and Broadcasters Working Together
Joey Rodger, Urban Libraries Council

Session Two video at http://www.uic.edu/depts/lib/systems/webwise2004/session2.ram


Project Demonstration
CAMEO: A free Internet reference on materials used in the production and conservation of historic and artistic works
Michele Derrick, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


Session Three: Building the Digital Infrastructure
Sayeed Choudhury (Chair of Session), Johns Hopkins University

DSpace, an Institutional Repository System
MacKenzie Smith, MIT

Choosing the components of a digital infrastructure
Tim DiLauro, Johns Hopkins University

Perspectives on the Emerging Digital Infrastructure
Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information

Session Three video at http://www.uic.edu/depts/lib/systems/webwise2004/session3.ram


Friday, 5 March 2004

Session Four: Museum and Library Partnerships for Power: New Developments in Museums and Implications for Libraries
Alice Calabrese–Berry (Chair of Session), Chicago/Suburban Library Systems

Building semantic bridges between museums, libraries and archives: The CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model
Tony Gill, ARTStor

The role of museums in online teaching, learning, and research
Kenneth Hamma, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

What Clicks? Audience Research and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Jim Ockuly, Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Session Four video not currently available.


Session Five: The Road Ahead: Future Directions and Funding Considerations
Robert Martin (Chair of Session), IMLS

Can technology make the recommendations of learning science practical and affordable?
Henry Kelly, Federation of American Scientists

Community Partnerships in Action
Julieanna Richardson, The HistoryMakers, Chicago

Building on success, forging new ground: The question of sustainability
Don Waters, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Session Five video at http://www.uic.edu/depts/lib/systems/webwise2004/session5.ram


Session Six: On My Mind: Reflections from the Community
Joyce Ray (Chair of Session), IMLS

Commentary on Web–Wise
Amy Philipson, ResearchChannel, Seattle

On My Mind: Commentary on Web–Wise
Bill Barnett, The Field Museum

Commentary on Web–Wise
Bernard Reilly, Center for Research Libraries, Chicago

Lessons from the Silurian: On digitization and the human element
Edward J. Valauskas, Chicago Botanic Garden

Session Six video at http://www.uic.edu/depts/lib/systems/webwise2004/session6.ram


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