Museums have been gravitating to the web for over a decade in order to educate the public about their collections, and in recent years, they have also used the web to form online communities for themselves. Museums and the Web is one of the ways that museum specialists can gather together to learn more about each others work, and also to engage in online discussion and research activities. First-time visitors to the site should take a look through some of these ongoing discussions, which include discussions about educational practices and in-house evaluation practices. The site includes an impressive search engine which allows users to look for previously submitted papers and comments. Visitors can access most of the material here without officially registering, but should they wish to do so, they will also be able to use the site to network with colleagues at different institutions.


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