Since the advent of the World Wide Web, many professionals and library science specialists have devoted a great deal of thought and time to how museums might best create provocative and well designed Web sites in order to best highlight their various holdings and unique collections. The Archives and Museum Informatics group has recently released a number of papers from the recent Museums and the Web 2003 conference held in North Carolina and placed them on their Web site for public consideration. Participants in the conference included representatives from a number of countries, including Germany, the United States, Norway, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Italy. The site contains over 100 papers, with topics ranging from "Documenting Stories: World War II and Civil Rights Histories" to "Online Museum Discussion Forums: What do we have? What do we need?" All in all, this is a valuable resource, and representative of some of the most inventive work being done in the field of museum Web development.


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