That’s right: after reviewing proposals and solving the puzzle that is the conference schedule, we’re thrilled to announce that the MCN 2019 program is now live: view program and schedule here.
Congratulations to all our presenters. They bring a variety of themes, topics, and formats that will surely make for both an exciting conference and impact on our sector.
This year, in addition to searching the program by speaker, date, etc., you can also search by track. Content, experience, systems, strategy, and evaluation—each track describes session’s primary theme. MCN’s SIGs endorsed sessions, as well. Check them out:
- Data & Insights: Data governance, ethics and privacy
- Digital Asset: Designing DAMS for Storytelling
- Digital Imaging: High-quality Imaging in Small Museums: Making It Possible
- Human-Centered Design SIG: Designing through Centering: A Community Engaged Approach
- Educational & Interpretive Media: One Size Does Not Fit All: Turning Constraints into Opportunities
- Intellectual Property: Open Access 2.0: Rethinking Open Access
- Information Technology: So many files! Structuring the Lifecycle of User Files in a Museum Network Environment (on-prem and cloud)
- International Image Interoperability Framework SIG
- Media Production and Branding: Heroes to Pixar: Strategies for Creating Stories Using Your Collections
- Social Media: How to Avoid, Handle, and Recover from Burnout in Digital Communications
- Strategy: When culture eats strategy, make sure it’s delicious
We’d also like to recognize the many contributions of the MCN 2019 Program Committee. They’ve dedicated hours to reviewing sessions, defining our theme, establishing tracks—and more. Thanks to their support and hard work, we are able to deliver a program we are truly proud of.
For questions about your session(s), and specifically change requests, please use the Program Change Request form (not email).
We’re counting down the days until San Diego!
Your MCN 2019 Conference Program co-chairs
Andrea Montiel de Shuman, Andrea Ledesma, and Eric Longo