WGBH Forum Network; Economics of Open Archives, Museums, and Libraries I, The
The Economics of Open Archives, Museums, and Libraries I Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information Kati Geber, Canadian Heritage Information Network David Dawson, Museums, Libraries, and Archives Council, UK Clifford Lynch, Executive Director of the Coalition for Networked Information, reviews the progress made on day one of the conference, highlighting how academic and commercial thinking and markets overlap. The panel on archives, museums, and libraries opens with David Dawson, Head of Digital Futures of the U.K. Museums, Libraries, and Archives Council, outlining U.K. research and funding agendas and business modeling, including models for new relationships with public broadcasting. Kati Geber, Manager of Research and Business Intelligence at the Canadian Heritage Information Network, follows with an analysis of the scene in Canada, noting that 75 percent of museum visitors in Canada today begin their visits online.
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THE ECONOMICS OF OPEN ARCHIVES, MUSEUMS, AND LIBRARIES I
CLIFFORD LYNCH, COALITION FOR NETWORKED INFORMATION KATI GEBER, CANADIAN HERITAGE INFORMATION NETWORK DAVID DAWSON, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES, AND ARCHIVES COUNCIL, UK
CLIFFORD LYNCH, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE COALITION FOR NETWORKED INFORMATION, REVIEWS THE PROGRESS MADE ON DAY ONE OF THE CONFERENCE, HIGHLIGHTING HOW ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL THINKING AND MARKETS OVERLAP. THE PANEL ON ARCHIVES, MUSEUMS, AND LIBRARIES OPENS WITH DAVID DAWSON, HEAD OF DIGITAL FUTURES OF THE U.K. MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES, AND ARCHIVES COUNCIL, OUTLINING U.K. RESEARCH AND FUNDING AGENDAS AND BUSINESS MODELING, INCLUDING MODELS FOR NEW RELATIONSHIPS WITH PUBLIC BROADCASTING. KATI GEBER, MANAGER OF RESEARCH AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AT THE CANADIAN HERITAGE INFORMATION NETWORK, FOLLOWS WITH AN ANALYSIS OF THE SCENE IN CANADA, NOTING THAT 75 PERCENT OF MUSEUM VISITORS IN CANADA TODAY BEGIN THEIR VISITS ONLINE.
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