For its fifth year, Museums and the Web 2001 was held March 14-17, 2001 in Seattle, where international attendees will discuss and explore a number of themes related to exhibits and programming on the Web. Those unable to attend the conference can still benefit from the 60+ presentations and demonstration papers now available on the Web. Some describe individual projects, while others answer how-to questions for museums just venturing into the digital realm. Examples of paper topics include "Bringing the Curatorial Process to the Web," "Design and Analysis of Virtual Museums," and "Evaluating the Usability of a Museum Web Site." Abstracts are available for those papers that are not available online in full-text. Papers and abstracts for other of the annual conferences are also available at the above URL.
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