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Media&Technology

Media technology can refer to:

Media&Technology

Media&Technology (M&T) is a Professional Network of the United States. The M&T Network is the AAM link between museums and media technologies. As such, it identifies, examines, and advocates appropriate uses of media technologies in helping museums meet the needs of their diverse publics. Membership is limited to institutions or individuals that are members of AAM.

Contents

  • Mission 1
  • Muse Awards 2
  • MUSE history 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Mission

To identify, access, and advocate a broad variety of program uses for media and technology in helping museum professionals meet the needs of their diverse publics.

Muse Awards

The Muse Awards are annual awards recognizing outstanding achievement in museum media. The award system is based on a jury-of-peers review of submitted museum technology projects, which awards Gold, Silver, Bronze and Honorable Mentions in a range of defined categories.

Chairs

Ruth Perlin/Selma Thomas (1989–1998)
Scott Sayre (1999)
Peter Samis (2000)
Deborah Seid Howes (2001, 2002)
Herminia Din (2003, 2004)
Phyllis Hecht (2005, 2006)
Phyllis Hecht, Sarah Marcotte (2007)
Sarah Marcotte, Suzanne Sarraf (2008, 2009, 2010)
Suzanne Sarraf (2011)
Jack Ludden, Tina Shah (2012)
Jack Ludden (2013
Tina Shah, Jonathan Munar (2014)

MUSE history

Multimedia Awards for Museums: MUSE A Case Study[1] by Phyllis Hecht, MUSE Awards Chair 2005-2007, Chair, Museums Studies, Johns Hopkins University, USA, explains the long history of how these awards were developed.

References

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External links

  • AAM | Media & Technology Committee
  • AAM website
  • Guide to the MUSE Awards Collection at the University of Denver Retrieved 2014-10-01.
  • OCLC World Cat, MUSE Awards
  • Musematic — site documenting trends in museum informatics and technology
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