Research Update: How to Do an Online Exhibition?
of the first days of the web. WebMuseum’s homepage In 2013, almost 20 years later, Google announced last two decades. The ArtProject is a collaboration between Google and numerous cultural googleartproject.JPG resolution images and curated content. “Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and institutions, with Google providing an enormous amount of technological resources and human expertise behind The ArtProject is a collaboration between Google and numerous cultural institutions, with Google still remains at the core of this idea. Google Art project, showing search results for works by Paul
New Product Review & Publication: Google Glass
beta test of Google Glass in performing arts venues -- the first in a series of writings on this GoogleGlass_HowItWorks.jpg New Product Review & Publication: Google Glass
Field Testing Google Glass in the Audience
Against all things holy and sacred, we wore Google Glass to live arts performances to test its functionality, as part of Google’s trial program in 2013. A form of head mounted display—a computing audio tests, it was clear from the beginning that Google Glass will face less resistance in a Against all things holy and sacred, we wore Google Glass to live arts performances to test its . Neither ushers nor fellow audience members stopped us from wearing Google Glass inside the theaters GoogleGlass_HowItWorks.jpg By Thomas Rhodes and Samuel Allen “Google Glass Infographic” by Martin Missfeldt, used under CC-BY Field Testing Google Glass in the Audience
AMT Lab Interview with Google's Trudi McCanna
AMT Lab Interview with Google's Trudi McCanna Google.gif Head of Executive Development at Google, Trudi McCanna discusses frameworks for identifying and
White Paper Wednesday: Wearables and the Performing Arts
In 2014, Google Glass had emerged as the leader in wearable technology available on the market . Today, while Google Glass has receded to the fringe of conversations about Augmented Reality and 640px-Google_Glass_photo.jpeg
Pittsburgh's GoogleServe 2012
both the clueless and those who already have Google products in place at their nonprofits. GoogleServe an IT guy or gal. Thankfully, if you're based in Pittsburgh, there may be a solution. GoogleServe 2012 is a full day of local Google employees helping nonprofits maximize their utilization of the checking out their site. Pittsburgh GoogleServe 2012 will be held Friday, June 15 at Google Pittsburgh in products and services Google can provide. The event, now in its 4th year, will feature sessions for Pittsburgh's GoogleServe 2012
Google+
Google+, the search engine giant’s new social networking site with 20 million users, has been Google , Google’s VP of Commerce, Google Offers and Google Wallet (the company’s payment system) will be google plus even at this early point in time, when the fate of Google+ is up in the air, there is one thing that Google+ I am certain of: that is that Google + represents a revolution in the integration of digital Google’s version of a “like” button. Unlike Facebook’s button, whose data Google doesn’t have access to
Google's New Browser
Google, the great and powerful Oz of the Internet, announced Monday that its been working on a new level than ever before, Google decided to completely rethink the Web browser. Their plan, the comic consumed the Google Kool-Aid, I fully expect Chrome to be a winner. But I'll try to maintain a modicum of Google ? According to this comic, Google feels browsers have grown to accommodate Web pages but not Web Google's New Browser
#TBT: Gaga for Google
google chrome that Google products and services can improve arts management practices. This installment of Throwback google glass google analytics Today, the crowdfunding platform that Google started in 2013. While lesser known than IndieGoGo Today the news is buzzing with Google as they launch their Sidewalk Labs initiative in an effort to hardware and software of Google’s affordable and increasingly popular new product, Google Cardboard. “A Through Google”, by Daniel Fonner In this research update from 2014, Daniel shed some light on One google google cardboard #TBT: Gaga for Google
Research Update: Using Google Analytics to Derive Insights from Data
goal differs slightly than a goal in Google Analytics. While both types of goal seek a specific outcome, in Google Analytics a goal is a specific, measurable, action taken on a website, such as a page on Google Analytics for users to wade through. With so many possibilities it’s hard to know where Google Analytics, but is redefined as a business objective. Business objective: Increase awareness google analytics Research Update: Using Google Analytics to Derive Insights from Data in nonprofits, prepared by NTEN and Idealware These same barriers exist for non-profits using Google
Google Apps
there use Gmail for their own free, personal email account, but Google also offers Gmail for combine forces to overthrow Outlook or Thunderbird, Google Docs is Google's attempt to replace MS Google Apps I sat in on a webinar yesterday, courtesy of NTEN, which gave a whirlwind, back-end tour of Google tools, such as Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, and Google Docs. Gmail (email) - many folks out Apps. What is Google Apps? Google Apps is an online collection of communication and collaboration
Why Your Arts Organization Should Use Google Analytics
fail to realize is that many digital options, such as Google Analytics, are available to them at Why Your Arts Organization Should Use Google Analytics google analytics Google the simple steps to create a Google account specific for your organization, if you don’t have one minimal expense. Although Google Analytics is usually viewed as a marketing tool to help increase page . Before you can access Google Analytics’ powerful insights, you need to first set up an account increased market disruption caused by the social media frenzy. How can Google Analytics solve these problems, and more? Read Kathleen Grennan's guide here. already Simple Account Creation Page Google Analytics Home Page – Features a Small Business Package
Google AdWords: What is it and How Does it Work?
Google AdWords: What is it and How Does it Work? to see. So what do you do? Most people would say to go on the Internet and just “Google it”. This . Screenshot from: https://www.google.com/adwords/ It is common knowledge that Google is the largest and Google Adwords know how to use it. Google AdWords is an online advertising service that generates sponsored ads Seggen Mikeal gives arts managers an introduction to the benefits of Google AdWords and common pitfalls to avoid when using the tool. Google and owns the biggest online advertising network (with Google AdSense), such as Gmail, YouTube and is where Google AdWords comes in. Many have heard of it, some understand what it is, and few actually
Insights into Google AdWords for Arts Managers
Insights into Google AdWords for Arts Managers Google Adwords Have you ever wondered what exactly Google AdWords is and how your arts organization could benefit Google This new white paper by Seggen Mikael gives answers to all of your Google AdWords questions and more. will find step-by-step instructions to setting up your first Google AdWords campaign, and
The Arts Manager's Guide to Google's Art & Culture App
, "Google Arts & Culture". The app has many innovative features, allowing viewers to explore art tours. The app was developed by the Google Cultural Institute, a not-for-profit initiative that offers know: How can I sign up for the Google Cultural Institute? Confirm that you are a non-profit the relevant form. If found eligible, Google will send you a follow up email. Next, you will receive Everything you need to know about Google Art & Culture, from how to get your organization on the app to upcoming features to look out for. The Arts Manager's Guide to Google's Art & Culture App Licensed by Wikimedia Commons Google has taken another step in fulfilling its mission of organizing google
Research Update: Google for Nonprofit Arts
verb : To use the Google search engine to obtain information on the World Wide Web Beyond the scope Research Update: Google for Nonprofit Arts work on YouTube. Through Google’s program Google Wallet, the Ballet has created a new revenue stream techno-centric lifestyles. Beyond the scope of their technological accomplishments, Google strives Google Source: google.com/nonprofits In today’s culture, Google is seen as one of the most innovative . From its search engine to the Android operating system, Google has permeated every aspect of our technology companies in the world. From its search engine to the Android operating system, Google has permeated every aspect of our techno-centric lifestyles. Google has even become a verb defined in In today’s culture, Google is seen as one of the most innovative technology companies in the world
Google Cardboard: Virtual Reality for the Rest of Us
Google’s Cultural Institute created this platform to bring VR to the masses. With Oculus Rift headsets Google Google Cardboard: Virtual Reality for the Rest of Us starting at over $350, Google wanted to create a low-cost alternative that could be available advanced VR technology coming from companies such as Oculus Rift and Google have piqued the interest of headsets within the next decade. Welcome Google Cardboard Launched in June 2014, Google Cardboard is a immediately. As a result, anyone can make or acquire a Google Cardboard headset for under $25. Operating
Interweaving Social: An Interview With The Royal Shakespeare Company's Sarah Ellis, Part 3
surrounding artist rights in the social media realm. Together with Google, the RSC expanded the theatre Google+
What Google Wave means for arts organizations
What Google Wave means for arts organizations Wave, the latest Google creation, was released October 1 to much excitement amongst early-adopter guide to the new platform. Picture from Google Google only released about 100,000 invitations to Google techies. What is Google Wave? As Google puts it: "We set out to answer the question: What would e about how Google Wave will change a lot of things, but being an arts management student, I set out to investigate how will Google Wave affect arts organizations. Here are some ideas I came up with: On a
Google Grants...and Google for NPO's
figured now is a good time to highlight one of Google's services that, I think, totally rocks: Google Grants. To really explain Google Grants, I first need to explain Google AdWords.  You know those post for a few weeks now and, since I just found out (thanks to the Non-Profit Tech Blog) that Google Google Grants...and Google for NPO's UPDATE: Be sure to read our most recent post on Google resources for arts organizations. I know this makes two in a row from me on Google.  However, in my defense, I have been meaning to write this
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