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Training Module on Guidelines for the implementation of small/medium CH organizations websites (QUALIFIED COMMUNITY MEMBER USERS)

Course content description

10 May 2006

Introduction to BRICKS

Guidelines for the implementation of small/medium CH organizations websites

Feedback from the trainees

End of Tutorial

Content: The seminar intends to illustrate a proposal elaborated from the MINERVA Project for an instrument that may be useful especially for small- and medium-sized museums to plan and implement a quality website. The instrument consists of a series of models provided online that can be personalized and customized in several ways. It has been designed for full compliance with international accessibility requirements and particular attention, too, has been paid to: a) 3D objects and animations; b) integration of a database in the website; c) accessibility for visually impaired users. The prototype is evolving toward the implementation of a full-fledged content management system that will allow even non experts to easily create and publish content on the website.


Why should you attend this training module?
A great number of European museums are small to medium organizations, often lacking in resources but their collections. For them, designing and implementing a website that is up to the present-day requirements can be a hard task. The proposed prototype and the associated guidelines offer a valuable, quality resource. They are being widely disseminated and are receiving important acknowledgements.


Partners Responsible: MW, MiBAC
Partners Involved: EMF
Duration course: 2 hours
Registration fee: free
Location: Museu da Farmácia, Rua Marechal Saldanha, 1, 1249-069 Lisbon (Portugal).
Didactic methodologies: face to face presentation; practical usage examples and exercises.
Teacher: Maria Teresa Natale, Italian Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities (MiBAC)
Target audience: Qualified BRICKS Community member users
Trainees expected pre-knowledge: none
Editions foreseen: one; more on demand
Minimum number of trainees: 10

This training module will take place during the BRICKS Community kickoff event in Lisbon.
To register, please use the registration form for the Lisbon event and check the corresponding box.

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