Our New Website

We are excited to announce launch of a new website. This site is the informational space for professionals creating culture, science and heritage on-line to reach a larger audience and is hosted by the Museums and the Web team.

Users can post news items and job openings as well as read posts from around the world.
This site is also represents years of work by our community as the archive of Museums and the Web conferences and papers since 1997, constituting more than 60,000 pages of archives. So while we think we got everything working, please let us know if you find mistakes, errors and omissions. Some sections of the old site have been archived and will be maintained but no longer updated.

Those of you who had an account on the old site can transfer your account to the new site by simply typing the email you used for that account here: http://www.museumsandtheweb.com/profile/.

Registration is free and open to all working in the field [broadly defined], or studying museum/cultural informatics. If you’re not already registered, start your profile with an email, photo and bio so others can find you and connect.
You must have an account and be logged in to contribute content to the site.

  • Posting content (terms of use apply)
  • Comments (moderated)
  • Making an MW or MWA proposal [all co-authors need accounts]
  • Nominating a site for Best of the Web
  • Voting for the Best of the Web People’s Choice Award

If you were previously connected to the RSS feed the new URL is: http://www.museumsandtheweb.com/feed/

We hope you enjoy the new site.
Nancy and Rich
Co-chairs
Museums and the Web