This practical guide to digital strategy from Cogapp has been written for museums (and other organisations) that want to do more with their digital programmes.
Web accessibility concerns the creation of online resources, websites, documents and interactives that can be accessed by the widest possible range of users, whatever their level of technical expertise or specific requirements. This resource offers information about web accessibility standards and where to access further advice.
When considering ‘Going Digital’ in museums it’s important to think about the people involved – who, exactly, does ‘digital’ in a museum? This resource, as part of the planning of Collections Trust’s ‘Going Digital’ programme, identifies the different roles within museums and how they can help or hinder the adoption of new ideas and technologies.
After more than a decade of innovative research and development, the international museum community has learnt a great deal about how to harness the power of the Web to the delivery of rich, meaningful cultural experiences. This article explores the new vision of museums as publishers and broadcasters and looks at how the delivery of digital culture is being woven into the daily lives of consumers.
Many museums are in the process of developing Digital Strategies which embed mobile, social and web technologies at the heart of their forward planning. This resource considers what a Digital Strategy is and how you can go about developing one.
This web page contains a range of resources and links supporting digital engagement in museums, including development of a digital strategy, website management, copyright, use of technology to engage users and social media engagement.
The Web Accessibility Initiative provides resources on its website and works by developing support materials to help understand and implement web accessibility and developing resources, through international collaboration.