[MCN-L] E-books in museums

2011-11-09 Thread Greg Albers
Hi All,

A couple weeks ago, I gave a presentation at the Books in Browsers
publishing conference. Making a larger point about e-books' inherent
instantaneity and everywhere-ness, I proposed giving museum visitors
e-books downloads directly from artworks in galleries, with the help
of a QR code and a smartphone. Someone who saw the presentation
pointed me to MoMA's Talk To Me as a current example of a museum
exhibition connecting rich digital content of all sorts directly to
physical objects and places.

I know of a few other tangential examples, but I'm wondering if anyone
else out there is doing anything specifically with in-museum e-books
at all? I'd love to hear about it if you are. Or, if you'll be in
Atlanta next week and can chat in person, that would be great as well,
I'll be there leading a workshop ... on e-books.

Thanks!
Greg

And here's the presentation, in two flavors:
video: http://bit.ly/sFRpxv
e-book: http://bit.ly/bib11artbk


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[MCN-L] A new approach to mobile, with e-books and geolocation

2012-12-11 Thread Greg Albers
On the Beyond the Printed Page digital publishing blog, I've written a
new post that I thought would be of interest to many of you: You Are
Here: The Exciting Possibilities of Geolocation in E-Books
http://bit.ly/RXOGne

The post explores the idea of creating an e-book that can respond to
its reader's environment and be navigated in real space. For it, I
created a test e-book guide for a few works at the IMA's 100 Acres
sculpture park. The book is in the epub format (an open specification
and the industry's dominant reflowable e-book format) that uses some
simple javascript and the html5 geolocation api to determine a
reader's position and then direct them to specific information for
that location, in real time.

And for those interested in digital publishing in general and not
already following Beyond the Printed Page (or the Bliki as we call it,
http://digitalpublishingbliki.com) I hope you will. It was started by
Liz Neely and Amy Weber-Parkolap at the AIC, and though still in its
infancy, is already full of some great ideas and resources, with much
more to come!

Best,
Greg



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[MCN-L] Digitizing Exhibition Catalogs

2013-07-17 Thread Greg Albers
Hi Sara,

On digitizing catalogues, you might be interested in two write-ups by the
Met's Rob Weisberg about their project, posted at the Beyond the Printed
Page blog:

http://digitalpublishingbliki.com/2012/10/21/one-not-so-small-step-for-a-print-publisher/

http://digitalpublishingbliki.com/2013/01/08/now-that-youve-launched/

And in addition to the Met, LACMA and the others already mentioned, the
Guggenheim has made quite a few of their books available as well, so be
sure to check those out.

Best,
Greg


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 Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2013 08:59:55 -0500
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 We're actually just running chrome in kiosk mode with a few slight
 modifications (i.e. make the preferences read-only so it won't complain
 about opening last tabs, etc). We can get away with this, I think, because
 we don't have a keyboard. The touchscreen keyboard has been disabled, and
 I've spent a good while trying to break out of the browser and haven't been
 able to. We locked the OS and browser to specific versions and disabled
 automatic upgrades so we don't get any surprises that way.

 Actually, Bryan Kennedy and I will be giving a 30-minute talk on the very
 subject of HTML5 kiosks at the MCN conference in Montreal. I see you're in
 NZ and that's quite a journey, so feel free to ping me on the list if you
 have other questions I can answer. :)

 Nate



 On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 4:26 PM, Bernard Hamlin 
 Bernard.Hamlin at otagomuseum.govt.nz wrote:

  Thanks for putting this up guys it is a great idea.
  I've got a question about the infowalls project from the Walker art
 centre
  (https://github.com/walkerart/infolounge_walls) :
 
  we have very similar touch screen applications done in .js and php so I
  was wondering how you end up deploying that kind of code to a locked down
  kiosk environment? We're using chrome as a shell replacement in windows
 and
  have tried some lockdown sofware (
  http://shop.inteset.com/lock-down-windows-7-with-inteset-secure-lockdown
 )
  but I'd love to hear what other people are using...
 
  cheers
 
  Bernard Hamlin
  IT Coordinator
  |03|4747474 ext 840
  bernard.hamlin at otagomuseum.govt.nz
 
  -Original Message-
  From: mcn-l-bounces at mcn.edu [mailto:mcn-l-bounces at mcn.edu] On Behalf 
  Of
  Undeen, Don
  Sent: Thursday, 11 July 2013 3:12 a.m.
  To: Museum Computer Network Listserv
  Subject: Re: [MCN-L] Museum Code Repository
 
  Agreed, I'd be really interested to see if anyone is finding any use for
  the code we're currently putting up there.
 
  -Original Message-
  From: mcn-l-bounces at mcn.edu [mailto:mcn-l-bounces at mcn.edu] On Behalf 
  Of
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  Sent: Wednesday, July 10, 2013 10:12 AM
  To: Museum Computer Network Listserv
  Subject: Re: [MCN-L] Museum Code Repository
 
  I actually kicked this off a few months ago and was trying to find time
 to
  revisit it and pretty it up with a github page or something. No time. :)
 
  https://github.com/MuseCompNet/muse-tech-central
 
  Steve, get your project on github and link it up!
 
  Thanks for getting this rolling again,
  Nate
 
 
 
  On Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 7:59 AM, Mia mia.ridge at gmail.com wrote:
 
   Perhaps link code libraries in through GitHub? (assuming that's where
   most people keep their code)
  
   Cheers, Mia
  
   Sent from my handheld computing device
  
   On 10 Jul 2013, at 13:42, Moore, Steven steven_moore at moma.org
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This is more of a comment than a question.  Many of us know

[MCN-L] Now Hiring! Digital Publications Developer at the Getty

2013-12-10 Thread Greg Albers

Hi all, 

I'm excited to announce that I'm now hiring a Digital Publications Developer to 
join us here at Getty Publications! I'm looking for an HTML/CSS/JS expert to 
help shape the future of digital publishing in the arts. No biggie. Candidates 
need not necessarily have extensive e-book experience, but a solid familiarity 
with all aspects of digital publishing formats and platforms is a must. Get the 
full skinny here and please pass it on: 
https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/2148/web-content-administrator/job  

Thanks! 
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[MCN-L] #MCN50 & The Great You-sourced Video Challenge

2016-09-29 Thread Greg Albers
Hello MCN!!

We’re making a short video to show in New Orleans, and help launch a full year 
of celebration and activity around MCN’s 50th anniversary. But we need your 
help!

Any idea what a 1960s mainframe looks like? Want to shout “Happy Birthday MCN!” 
into your webcam? We’re looking for your fun and funny, surprising, clever, 
incredible pictures and video clips to incorporate into the video. Find 
pictures online, scan old photos, make a drawing, record video clips, anything 
you can or want to do goes!

Please check out the list here, get creative, and submit today:
http://mcn.edu/mcn50/mcn50-great-sourced-video-challenge/

Thanks!
Greg


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[MCN-L] What does the ideal syllabus for museum technology work look like?

2017-08-17 Thread Greg Albers
Hello Friends!

For MCN 2017 in Pittsburgh (you’re all going, right?!) my Getty colleague 
Kathryn Cody and I are trying to crowdsource an ideal syllabus of the top ten 
literacies needed for technology work at galleries, libraries, archives and 
museums.

We’d love to hear your ideas in this one-question survey –> 
https://goo.gl/forms/9D9JyLmsj6HJ4yxB3

Thanks!
Greg Albers & Kathryn Cody


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[MCN-L] Shape the conference program for 2018 and 2019!

2017-12-14 Thread Greg Albers
Hi all,

As you know, MCN is an organization deeply shaped by the contributions and 
passions of its community members and no role exemplifies this more than 
program co-chair. So, if you want what looks to me like one of the most 
difficult, most impactful and most rewarding opportunities you could possibly 
have with MCN over the next two years, the call for new Conference Program 
Co-Chairs is now out. Applications in the form of a cover letter and a CV are 
due December 22. More info at http://mcn.edu/mcn2018-program-co-chairs/

Best,
Greg



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[MCN-L] Mapping Open Source in Museums

2018-10-22 Thread Greg Albers
Hi all,

We’re working on a project to map open source in museums, the results of which 
will be presented in Denver next month. Along with some data mining and 
visualization from the GitHub API (we’ve identified about 120 museums on GitHub 
with nearly 1500 public repositories) we’ve also put out a survey.

If you use or release open source code for your museum, we’d love to hear from 
you.

https://goo.gl/forms/1J1HEiMsM45XTvvX2

Thanks so much!

Greg Albers (@geealbers), J. Paul Getty Trust
Aron Ambrosiani (@AronAmbrosiani), Nordic Museum



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Re: [MCN-L] Job Opportunity: Sr. Web Developer Dallas Museum of Art

2018-09-30 Thread Greg Albers
Hi Amir,

Welcome to the group, and MCN! Hope we’ll see you at the conference in Denver 
in November.

I think you, and others, would be really interested in a paper by Kati Price 
and Dafydd given at Museums and the Web this year: “Structuring for Digital 
Success: A Global Survey of How Museums and Other Cultural Organizations 
Resource, Fund, and Structure their Digital Teams and Activity”. It’s a heck of 
a title, and it’s got a lot of great information on digital staff sizes, make 
up, and structure.

https://mw18.mwconf.org/paper/structuring-for-digital-success-a-global-survey-of-how-museums-and-other-cultural-organisations-resource-fund-and-structure-their-digital-teams-and-activity/

Best,
Greg



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On 9/30/18, 5:00 AM, "mcn-l on behalf of mcn-l-requ...@mcn.edu" 
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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: Job Opportunity: Sr. Web Developer Dallas Museum of Art
  (Somaya Langley)
   2. Re: Job Opportunity: Sr. Web Developer Dallas Museum of Art
  (Douglas Hegley)


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To: "mcn-l@mcn.edu" 
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While not directly related to IT in Museums, I ran a survey (with my 
Cambridge and Oxford colleagues about Digital Preservation staffing resources 
(amongst other things).

People from the GLAM sector, universities and a few other disciplines 
responded.

There are questions about how big an organisation is, how many digital 
staff they have (but not traditional IT roles of software developer/devOps/syd 
admin etc), and how many digital preservation FTEs etc. So it might not exactly 
meet your purposes... however the raw dataset is found at: 
http://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.26222

So hopefully there is something there for you to inform strategy, even 
though it?s not directly core-IT related.

Thanks
Somaya

From: mcn-l  on behalf of Matt Morgan 

Sent: 29 September 2018 11:40:40
To: mcn-l@mcn.edu
Subject: Re: [MCN-L] Job Opportunity: Sr. Web Developer Dallas Museum of Art

Welcome!

The staff ratios topic has come up before, for sure. The list has a
searchable archives (link in the footer); I tried and it was a little
hard to narrow it down to that topic (it's hard to avoid job postings)
but search phrases like "staff survey" and "digital budget" get me some
related posts.

Does anybody remember who has raised this topic previously? That would help.

Best,
Matt

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>
> This is my first post and new to the group and also my 12th day at the 
job.  I wanted to share one opening we have for a Sr. Web Developer position 
https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/58755
>
> Also, I was wondering if you all have discuss or perhaps have a survey in 
the past regarding the IT Staff ratio in your museum?  I will be very 
interested to see where we stack up as I'm digging more into the current state 
and creating a future state roadmap.
>
> Thank you,
>
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[MCN-L] Now Hiring! Open Source Community Manager

2019-08-17 Thread Greg Albers
Hi all,

I'm hiring a Community Manager for our open source digital publishing tool, 
Quire! It’s a 2-year gig focused on building and engaging the user community as 
well as developing support channels and materials. Some conference/workshop 
travel included. Target hiring range is $63–82K, full benefits, but remote work 
not a possibility unfortunately. Learn more about Quire at 
https://gettypubs.github.io/quire/ and apply to the position at

--> https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/3469/community-manager/job.

Also, while I'm not the hiring manager for them, there are a number of other 
pretty great jobs open at Getty now that might be of interest. Some have been 
posted for a while though and might be disappearing soon, so get on it if there 
are any that interest you!

Visual and Interaction Designer ($63–82K) 
https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/3448/visual-and-interaction-designer/job

Social Media Manager ($63–82K) 
https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/3390/social-media-manager/job

Digital Editor ($75–97K) 
https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/3389/digital-editor/job

Collections Management Systems Support Specialist ($63–82K) 
https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/3461/systems-support-specialist/job

Senior Software Engineer, Interpretive Team, 
https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/3342/software-engineer-sr/job

Senior Software Engineer, Research Applications Team, 
https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/3251/software-engineer-sr/job

oh, and did I mention ...

Quire Community Manager ($63–82K) 
https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/3469/community-manager/job

Best,
Greg


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[MCN-L] Great #musetech opportunity for graduate students

2019-10-09 Thread Greg Albers
e 
assigned to complement the intern's particular skills and interests. Good 
communication skills, attention to detail, and a curious nature are a plus.

Project for the Study of Collecting and Provenance (Getty Research Institute)
The intern will research, create, and edit information for inclusion in the 
Getty Provenance Index® and may assist in planning workshops and conferences 
related to current projects. This year’s intern will also be involved in the 
transformation of the current databases into Linked Open Data, and contribute 
to the overhaul of department’s online presence. The internship provides an 
opportunity to work within several periods of art history, and a variety of 
primary source material as well as digital collections. Working with the PSCP, 
the intern will gain experience in provenance research, database curation, and 
data analysis for the cultural heritage and digital humanities fields.

Getty Vocabulary Program (Getty Research Institute)
The Getty Vocabularies are at the core of information systems and the exchange 
of knowledge about art for the cultural heritage community. The graduate intern 
will have an opportunity to contribute to this essential resource and learn the 
processes governing their production and publication. The intern's 
responsibilities and learning opportunities will include both editorial and 
technical tasks related to the creation of the Art & Architecture Thesaurus ® 
(AAT), the Union List of Artist Names ® (ULAN), the Getty Thesaurus of 
Geographic Names ® (TGN), the Cultural Objects Name Authority® (CONA), and the 
Getty Iconography Authority ™ (IA). Activities will include researching 
terminology, biographical data, geographic data, information on works of art 
and architecture, and processing contributions using SQL and OpenRefine. Duties 
include evaluating, constructing, revising, and expanding new and existing 
terminology and work records for art and architecture, processing contributions 
from internal and external projects. The intern should arrive with the 
requisite general knowledge and experience; in the Vocabulary Program, the 
intern will receive training in creating authority records, processing data 
sets, and cataloging and indexing works of art and architecture. In addition, 
the intern will receive insight into how vocabularies and associated data are 
used in retrieval and linked broadly in the outside world, including as Linked 
Open Data (LOD).

Web and New Media (Getty Research Institute)
The Getty Research Institute's Web and New Media department intern will work 
closely with our team to learn and participate in the process of digital 
content development, from initial ideation to project launch, which includes 
conceptual planning and content strategy; project management; storytelling and 
learning to write and adapt content in a voice and tone that is customized for 
various audiences and platforms; UX design and testing; and editing web pages 
according to house style within a content management system. The ideal intern 
is currently pursuing or has recently completed a graduate-level degree in 
journalism, art history, or communications and is passionate about creatively 
communicating complex ideas to multiple audiences. He or she should also be an 
excellent writer and an independent self-starter who will be able to hit the 
ground running to work on individual projects and collaborative 
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[MCN-L] Sharing Quire digital publishing projects -- Thursday, May 28, 11am pacific

2020-05-27 Thread Greg Albers
Hi all,

Quire is Getty’s multiformat publishing tool, optimized for publication 
discovery and longevity. We’re working toward releasing it as open source, but 
it’s available to use now on request (https://bit.ly/quire-beta) and a number 
of museums and universities have already begun. Come hear from some of them and 
learn more about Quire and our plans for building its community tomorrow at a 
free session of the Open Publishing Fest.

Thursday, May 28, 11am pacific

https://openpublishingfest.org/calendar.html#event-154

Jayna Swartzman-Brosky, Program Director, Mills College Art Museum
Nancy Um, Professor of Art History & Associate Dean, Binghamton University
Amanda Helton, Manager of Digital Strategy, San José Museum of Art
Erin Cecele Dunigan, Community Manager, Getty
Greg Albers, Digital Publications Manager, Getty

Hope to see you there!

Best,
Greg



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[MCN-L] Quire Multiformat Publishing Solutions -- Video now available

2020-06-03 Thread Greg Albers
Hi all,

Last week we hosted an Open Publishing Fest session on 
Quire<https://gettypubs.github.io/quire/>, Getty’s multiformat publishing tool. 
The session was unfortunately interrupted by Zoom bombers (!) but we finished 
the session in private and the full recording is now available.

https://youtu.be/SB1Y5GfDP7c

Learn more about Quire’s history, our plans for the future, and the success 
stories of some of its early adopters.

Jayna Swartzman-Brosky, Mills College Art Museum
Nancy Um, Binghamton University
Amanda Helton, San José Museum of Art

Best,
Greg



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