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Museums best practices. Perspective and methodology of the analysis. Qualitative rather than quantitative Major aspects analysed: interactivity with the user direct and easy navigation Tailored content (focusing on the quality and functionality of the content).

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Museums best practices

Museums best practices

Stockolm 11 June 2001


Perspective and methodology of the analysis
Perspective and methodology of the analysis

  • Qualitative rather than quantitative

  • Major aspects analysed:

    • interactivity with the user

    • direct and easy navigation

    • Tailored content (focusing on the quality and functionality of the content)

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Market value of public on line cultural services
Market value of public on-line cultural services

keys to success for on line user-oriented services :

  • tailored content (focusing on the quality and functionality of content, for specific groups of users)

  • interactivity (user involvement and participation)

  • community (targeting interests specific audiences and promoting communication and exchange of information)

  • joined up services (add additional integrated services to enhance users satisfactions and fostering loyalty to the web site)

    ( Source “Creating e-Value” August 2000- DCMS)

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Cultural institutions and the www
Cultural institutions and the WWW

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Publishing museums web sites just a few examples
“Publishing” museums web sites: just a few examples

USA:

  • The Museum of modern art ; http://www.moma.org

    Italy:

  • Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza di Firenzehttp://galileo.imss.firenze.it

  • Museo della Scienza e tecnica “Leonardo da Vinci” di Milanohttp://www.museoscienza.org/

    ……

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Interactive museums web sites just a few examples
“Interactive” museums web sites: just a few examples

USA:

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art ; http://www.metmuseum.org

    France:

  • Musée du Louvre (educational section)http://www.louvre.edu

    ……

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Moma home page
MOMA home page

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Moma web site main features
MOMA web site: main features

Excellent features :

  • Easy and direct navigation

  • Big collection and many online exhibitions

  • educational resources

  • e-commerce applications of its store

    Not Excellent features :

  • No search through the collection

  • Only in English

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Museo scienza e tecnica leonardo da vinci
Museo scienza e tecnicaLeonardo da Vinci

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Museo leonardo da vinci web site main features
Museo Leonardo da Vinci web site: main features

Excellent features :

  • Virtual navigation with some interactive features

  • Easy navigation

  • Some interesting educational resources

  • Multilingual site (Italian, English and French)

  • Agreement with Amazon for on-line purchase of related publications

  • Useful international links

    Not Excellent features :

  • Interactivity could be enhanced: only mailing list and virtual tour

  • No searchable database

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Imss web site main features
IMSS web site: main features

Excellent features :

  • Good integration of a thematic museum and its library

  • Searchable database for the Library

  • Thematic online exhibitions in the museum section

  • Experimentation of wap services

    Not Excellent features :

  • Weak Interactivity

  • Library section is only in Italian

  • NO searchable database in the museum section

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Metropolitan
Metropolitan

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Metropolitan web site main features
Metropolitan web site: main features

Excellent features :

  • Strong interaction with the user ( sense of community): “my met calendar”, “my met gallery”…

  • Thematic access and search functionalities to a big collection

  • e-commerce applications of its store

    Not Excellent features :

  • Only in English

  • No on-line access for physically impaired

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Louvre edu
Louvre.edu

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Louvre edu web site main features
Louvre.edu web site: main features

Excellent features :

  • Easy and captivating navigation

  • Thematic Access and search functionalities to a big collection

  • Good quality of text and tales related to an author

  • Interactive tool that allows user to publish his/her own final product

    Not Excellent features :

  • Only in French

  • Relatively slow

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Conclusions
Conclusions

Regnet should become a reference for

  • Interactive and transactive web sites/portals

    • Regnet community ( personalised e-mails, “regnet calendars” or “regnet” wish list

  • Networking model: partnership with different stakeholders (clear licensing agreement)

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