Last April, contributor Jana Fredricks attended the 2018 Museums and the Web conference in Vancouver. Amidst the chatter of digital collections, online audience engagement, and shiny new tech, she presented research on three technologies that have changed the way cultural heritage sites are understood and documented in the digital age. Her paper, Digital Tools and How We Use Them: The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage in Syria, was presented in a panel entitled Post-Colonial Digital.
This week, we take a look back at Kristen Sorek West's publication that gives arts managers an understanding about how Google Analytics can drive an organization's success.
Ticket bot software has recently become illegal. Read to find out how this impacts your arts organization and what you can do to help.
How can the arts make effective use of gamification - one of hottest trends in entertainment? Find out in our most recent white paper.
Read about how arts are vital to the success and sustainability of Smart Cities in our latest white paper.
Rod Gingrich explores the possibilities that RFID and wearable technologies offer the performing arts and entertainment spheres in this fascinating publication.
Click here for Peixiao Liu's white paper to find out how and why your arts organization should make use of Location Based Social marketing.
Find out more about how you can use videos to show and promote the use of VR in your arts organization in this white paper.
Learn how your arts organization can leverage Augmented Reality (AR) through best practices from three recent museum case studies across the country.
Wei Wei's white paper provides a hands-on approach on how to collect, analyze and make decisions with digital data points.