|Collections Australia Network workshop and M&GSQ Collections & Digital Initiatives Networking Event - 15 October 2009|
|CAN Collections Workshop and M&GSQ Collections and Digital Initiatives Networking Event|
|Date: Thursday 15 October|
Time: CAN workshop 9am-2:15pm
M&GSQ networking event 2:30-5:00pm
Followed by drinks 5:00-6:00pm
Venue: CAN workshop - Room 1030, Level 10, S Block, QUT
Collection & Digital Initiatives networking event - QUT Art Museum
Both at QUT Gardens Point Campus, 2 George Street, Brisbane City (see link to QUT Map to the right)
These FREE partnership events, delivered in Brisbane by Collections Australia Network (CAN) and Museum & Gallery Services Queensland (M&GSQ) are an excellent opportunity to learn about the latest in Queensland based collections and digital initiatives as well as getting your collections online with CAN and exploring/contributing to CAN’s current thematic initiatives.
See the link to further details on the CAN workshop to the right.
Presenters for Collections Australia Network workshop on Introduction to CAN, Getting collections online via CAN and Google, Uploading collection data and Images: CAN’s Ingrid Mason and Sarah Rhodes.
Presenters for M&GSQ’s Collections & Digital Initiatives Networking Event:
|Cecelia Ryan and David Milne, Queensland Museum – Queensland Museum’s collection digitisation and online learning projects|
Anna Raunik, State Library of Queensland – SLQ’s Flickr initiative|
Gavin Bannerman, State Library of Queensland – SLQ’s digital storytelling initiatives|
Christine Ianna, State Library of Queensland - case study on the digitisation of the publication, "The Curse and its Cure" using high speed scanning equipment|
Daniel Loader, Toowoomba Regional Council – case study of Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery online project (supported by Gordon Darling Foundation) from an IT worker’s perspective|
Judy Gunning and Fiona Mowat, QAG | GoMA – Asia Pacific Collection Online project (supported by Gordon Darling Foundation)|
Jessica Coates, Creative Commons Clinic – Creative Commons case studies and applications for the collections sector|
Jo Duke and Camille Serisier, Griffith Artworks - Griffith Artworks on-line catalogue for the Griffith University Art Collection|
Kerri Laidlaw and Ann Baillie, Museum & Gallery Services Queensland – M&GSQ alternative training delivery through digital initiatives and implementation of social media applications|
|RSVP essential. Please indicate when booking if you would like to attend both/either the CAN workshop and the M&GSQ networking event. |
Contact Kerri Laidlaw, Training & Professional Development Coordinator, M&GSQ by Tuesday 13 October as per the details below.