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    • July 13 Toolkit: Managing website projects: Plan for Success Individuals are prompted to copy the document into their own Google drive to be edited for their own use. Web Team Job Descriptions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MiDKrrSGIXyFz--yPuRy2Y-x4_UV5Q5L_HL6MW0u3EY/copy?usp=sharing&urp=gmail_link Website Goals Worksheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s8g6UTnushvo77MQLTHxo9SqEbcqKr-I1qjVCpmcxBc/copy?usp=sharing&urp=gmail_link Website Project Timeline Template: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ksbeBMPLRbfThaPY65oJgCYtkqGMKl9HhDoGg1iPsQk/copy?usp=sharing&urp=gmail_link Website Project Requirements Checklist: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lehhzQLbFqP6Y7M-M3vNhf3f_18-gATvh61IRVHE7vg/copy?usp=sharing&urp=gmail_link Other available tools: Trello for Project Management: A free tool that allows you to create a visual project timeline, see project status and share with other team members as needed. Premium features are available for a small fee, but the free account is enough for most projects. https://trello.com Woop: WOOP stands for Wish, Outcome, Obstacle, Plan and this method can be used for any type of goal. Consider downloading the mobile app or using the downloadable kit as you are in the project planning phase to help identify any obstacles and how you'll work through them to build confidence as you begin this big project. https://woopmylife.org/en/home Museum learning hub digital accessibility & inclusion (module 1) https://museum-hub.org/view-by-modules/

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    • ToolKit: Managing Digitization Projects Intro Session: Ann Stegina ToolKit: Module 3: Managing Digitization Projects Intro Session: Get inspired- Resource/Links Meet the presenter: Ann Stegina Anchorage Art Museum Link: Presented by Ann Stegina https://www.anchoragemuseum.org/ Online Platforms: Anchorage Museum Collection database: http://onlinecollections.anchoragemuseum.org/#/ http://onlinecollections.anchoragemuseum.org/#/categories - The AAM uses TMS (which is a collections management software similar to PastPerfect used for collections metadata) Library and Archives: - Anchorage Museum Library: Link: https://jlc-web.uaa.alaska.edu/client/en_US/ancmuseum/ - Alaska’s Digital Archives: (archives with historical photographs, albums, oral histories, documents, physical objects and other museum and libraries throughout the state) Link: https://vilda.alaska.edu - Anchorage Museum Archive Image Search: Photo archive collection includes more than 700k photographs and print materials on Alaska and the Circumpolar North. (uses TMS) Link: http://ec2-34-219-202-254.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com:3000 Pandemic Photography Project: Using TMS, The Anchorage Art Museum used budget friendly resources to digitize Museum objects. - Ann suggests using white paper or poster board for backdrop when capturing a photograph of the object. - She also used ‘foamcore’ for the reflective light. South Dakota Art Museum Link: https://www.sdstate.edu/south-dakota-art-museum Meet the presenters: - Taylor Mckeown, Coordinator of Collections, South Dakota Art Museum: Taylor.Mckeown@sdstate.edu - Carolyn Hart. Coordinator of Marketing & Membership Development, South Dakota Art Museum: Carolyne.Hart@sdstate.edu Social Media: SDartmuseum (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn) Digitization Pre-Pandemic: - SD Art Museum uses ‘PastPerfect’ for Collections Database - ‘PastPerfect’ Is museum software that combines collection and contact management into one software package. PastPerfect Link: https://museumsoftware.com PastPerfect Pricing Link: https://museumsoftware.com/pricing.html Past Perfect Video Tech Tips & Webinars Link:https://museumsoftware.com/videos.html Discussed: is FADGI (Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative) Link:http://www.digitizationguidelines.gov/guidelines/FADGI_Still_Image_Tech_Guidelines_2016.pdf - SD Art Museum created a 30-day art challenge, which encouraged social media participants to share participate by submitting on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. They incorporated the use of hashtag #sdartchallenge, and tagging (@sdartmuseum and Brookings Arts Council @brookingsartscouncil) - New website content from existing collections materials: - As an example, day12 from the 30-day art challenge people can submit a family photo. By doing so the museum can share on social media from their own collections of an example of a family photo as well as incorporating history of the photo. - By sharing the 30-day arst challenge, the museum was encouraged to create more content for their own website and social media post. - The museum was also able to create more content for their E-Newsletter. - Daily social post and hashtag them using #SDARTCHALLENGE & #MUSEUMFROMHOME people were able to participate from all over the world. - Created informative content for their visitors. SD Art Museum Instagram Link: https://www.instagram.com/sdartmuseum/?hl=en SD Art Museum for their reopening created an exhibit named “50 Works for 50 Years Collections Retrospective” Link: https://www.sdstate.edu/south-dakota-art-museum/exhibit/50-works-50-years-collections-retrospective - Beginning from 1970-2010 the ‘50 works’ was shared online. - The museum was able to translate the exhibit digitally during the Pandemic. - The visitor can select which decade they would like to explore and be brought to a page. - The museum created ‘object cards’ that visitors can click and would open up an artwork with information for each of the 50 works, such as artist bio, and more information. Example: Oscar Howe homepage Link: https://www.sdstate.edu/south-dakota-art-museum/2016-50-works-50-years - Each page gives a bio of the artist and related archival images. - Celebrate the museums history. - The museum was able to get copyright permissions - Used ‘recycled’ biography from previos exhibit - Link back to collections pages - Archival images - The project relied on what they already had and made the information more accessible. Plenty of Dividends: - Good bridge to making the collection accessible online - Helped make connections with artists and donors - Accessibility fulfilled our mission Marketing and Development: - Stayed connected with our core constituents: visitors & donors - Broadened the outreach to new constituents - Learned to maximize our website, despite its limitations. No Additional Resources used: - The museum’s share drive with Collections images - SDSU’s online archive of historical photos - Box for sharing files - Word documents for content - Excel for a simple schedule - Drupal (SDSU’s website web platform) - All from our home offices Best photo scanning apps: - SnapSeed Link: (is a photo-editing app for IOS and Android that enables users to enhance photos and apply digital filters) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.niksoftware.snapseed&hl=en_US&gl=US - Google Photos scan (free): Link: https://www.google.com/photos/scan/ - Adobe Bridge for editing (free): https://www.adobe.com/products/bridge.html - More information on various APPs: https://www.techbrackets.com/best-photo-scanner-apps Meet the presenter: Ann Stegina Anchorage Art Museum Link: Presented by Ann Stegina https://www.anchoragemuseum.org/ Online Platforms: Anchorage Museum Collection database: http://onlinecollections.anchoragemuseum.org/#/ http://onlinecollections.anchoragemuseum.org/#/categories - The AAM uses TMS (which is a collections management software similar to PastPerfect used for collections metadata) Library and Archives: - Anchorage Museum Library: Link: https://jlc-web.uaa.alaska.edu/client/en_US/ancmuseum/ - Alaska’s Digital Archives: (archives with historical photographs, albums, oral histories, documents, physical objects and other museum and libraries throughout the state) Link: https://vilda.alaska.edu - Anchorage Museum Archive Image Search: Photo archive collection includes more than 700k photographs and print materials on Alaska and the Circumpolar North. (uses TMS) Link: http://ec2-34-219-202-254.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com:3000 Pandemic Photography Project: Using TMS, The Anchorage Art Museum used budget friendly resources to digitize Museum objects. - Ann suggests using white paper or poster board for backdrop when capturing a photograph of the object. - She also used ‘foamcore’ for the reflective light. South Dakota Art Museum Link: https://www.sdstate.edu/south-dakota-art-museum Meet the presenters: - Taylor Mckeown, Coordinator of Collections, South Dakota Art Museum: Taylor.Mckeown@sdstate.edu - Carolyn Hart. Coordinator of Marketing & Membership Development, South Dakota Art Museum: Carolyne.Hart@sdstate.edu Social Media: SDartmuseum (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn) Digitization Pre-Pandemic: - SD Art Museum uses ‘PastPerfect’ for Collections Database - ‘PastPerfect’ Is museum software that combines collection and contact management into one software package. PastPerfect Link: https://museumsoftware.com PastPerfect Pricing Link: https://museumsoftware.com/pricing.html Past Perfect Video Tech Tips & Webinars Link:https://museumsoftware.com/videos.html Discussed: is FADGI (Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative) Link:http://www.digitizationguidelines.gov/guidelines/FADGI_Still_Image_Tech_Guidelines_2016.pdf - SD Art Museum created a 30-day art challenge, which encouraged social media participants to share participate by submitting on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. They incorporated the use of hashtag #sdartchallenge, and tagging (@sdartmuseum and Brookings Arts Council @brookingsartscouncil) - New website content from existing collections materials: - As an example, day12 from the 30-day art challenge people can submit a family photo. By doing so the museum can share on social media from their own collections of an example of a family photo as well as incorporating history of the photo. - By sharing the 30-day arst challenge, the museum was encouraged to create more content for their own website and social media post. - The museum was also able to create more content for their E-Newsletter. - Daily social post and hashtag them using #SDARTCHALLENGE & #MUSEUMFROMHOME people were able to participate from all over the world. - Created informative content for their visitors. SD Art Museum Instagram Link: https://www.instagram.com/sdartmuseum/?hl=en SD Art Museum for their reopening created an exhibit named “50 Works for 50 Years Collections Retrospective” Link: https://www.sdstate.edu/south-dakota-art-museum/exhibit/50-works-50-years-collections-retrospective - Beginning from 1970-2010 the ‘50 works’ was shared online. - The museum was able to translate the exhibit digitally during the Pandemic. - The visitor can select which decade they would like to explore and be brought to a page. - The museum created ‘object cards’ that visitors can click and would open up an artwork with information for each of the 50 works, such as artist bio, and more information. Example: Oscar Howe homepage Link: https://www.sdstate.edu/south-dakota-art-museum/2016-50-works-50-years - Each page gives a bio of the artist and related archival images. - Celebrate the museums history. - The museum was able to get copyright permissions - Used ‘recycled’ biography from previos exhibit - Link back to collections pages - Archival images - The project relied on what they already had and made the information more accessible. Plenty of Dividends: - Good bridge to making the collection accessible online - Helped make connections with artists and donors - Accessibility fulfilled our mission Marketing and Development: - Stayed connected with our core constituents: visitors & donors - Broadened the outreach to new constituents - Learned to maximize our website, despite its limitations. No Additional Resources used: - The museum’s share drive with Collections images - SDSU’s online archive of historical photos - Box for sharing files - Word documents for content - Excel for a simple schedule - Drupal (SDSU’s website web platform) - All from our home offices Best photo scanning apps: - SnapSeed Link: (is a photo-editing app for IOS and Android that enables users to enhance photos and apply digital filters) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.niksoftware.snapseed&hl=en_US&gl=US - Google Photos scan (free): Link: https://www.google.com/photos/scan/ - Adobe Bridge for editing (free): https://www.adobe.com/products/bridge.html - More information on various APPs: https://www.techbrackets.com/best-photo-scanner-apps

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