Publications & Presentations

Making it Rain: Condensing 4 years of cloud usage, Gray Bowman, Charles Moad, Museum Computer Network Conference, 2012

Agile Digital Publishing, Rachel Craft, Jay David, Kyle Jaebker, Museum Computer Network Conference, 2012

It's All in the Details: The Inner Workings of a Large-Scale Media Project, Kyle Jaebker, Elizabeth Neely, Scott Sayer, Museum Computer Network Conference, 2012

Creating Mobile Experiences with TourML and TAP Workshop, Gray Bowman, Kyle Jaebker, Charles Moad, Museum Computer Network Conference, 2012

Digital Publishing with the OSCI Toolkit Workshop, Gray Bowman, Kyle Jaebker, Charles Moad, Museum Computer Network Conference, 2012

Whats on TAP? Strategies for keeping pacewith rapid changes in mobile technology, Charles Moad, Museums and the Web Conference, 2012

Creating Mobile Experiences with TourML and TAP Workshop, Kyle Jaebker, THATCamp NY Museums, 2012

Steve at Five: A Summary and Evaluation, Holly Witchey, Kyle Jaebker, Scott Sayre, Tim Svenonius, Rachel Varon, Museum Computer Network Conference, 2011

A Dashboard Retrospective and Opportunities Moving Forward, Charles Moad, Ed Bachta, Museum Computer Network Conference, 2011

GIS: Common Problems and Open Solutions, Edward Bachta, Charles Moad, Kris Arnold, Museum Computer Network Conference, 2011

Using Freebase to Reconcile Museum Records: Linked Open Data with a Purpose, Susan Chun, Charlie Moad, Shawn Simister, Museum Computer Network Conference, 2011

Using Grid-Based Web Design to Optimize Content Authoring and Presentation, Matt Gipson, Charles Moad, Museums and the Web, 2011

Demystifying the Mighty I.T., Holly Witchey, Douglas Hegley, Jack Ludden, Robert Stein, To Appear - American Association of Museums Annual Meeting 2010, Los Angeles, CA, May 2010

Social Tagging and Museum Practice: A Survey, Susan Chun, Diana Folsom, Scott Sayer, Robert Stein, To Appear - American Association of Museums Annual Meeting 2010, Los Angeles, CA, May 2010

ArtBabble: Exploring Collaborative Content and Niche Portals, Robert Stein, Invited Speaker - MuseumNext 2010, London, United Kingdom, April, 2010

TAP: A Hybrid CMS-Mobile Tour Architecture for multi-platform interactive content, Robert Stein, Daniel Incandela, Edward Bachta, Demo - - Museums and the Web 2010, Denver, CO, April 2010

TAP: A Mobile Tour Platform and Strategy for Museum Mobile Content, Charles Moad, Ed Bachta, Kris Arnold, Matt Gipson, Museum Computer Network Conference, 2010

Breaking the Bottleneck: Using Pseudo-Wikis to Enable Rich Web Authoring for Non-Technical Staff Members, Robert Stein, Edward Bachta, Museums and the Web 2010, Denver, CO, April 2010

ArtBabble: A year’s worth of lessons learned and thoughts about collaborative content platforms, Stein, Incandela, Miller, Burnette, Hart, Proctor, Museums and the Web 2010, Denver, CO, April 2010

Visitors as Data: Creating a Reinforcing Relationship with User Engagement, Robert Stein, Invited Speaker, WebWise 2010, Denver, CO, March 2010

Ramping Up While Scaling Down - President's Roundtable, Sam Quigley, Michael Edson, Jim Maza, Robert Stein, Invited Speaker, Museum Computer Network 2009, Portland, OR, November 2009

ArtBabble: Play Art Loud!, Robert Stein, Case Study Showcase, Museum Computer Network 2009, Portland, OR, November 2009

Cloud Computing Primer: Steps for Using the Cloud in Your Museum, Charles Moad, Robert Stein, Ari Davidow, Museum Computer Network Conference 2009

Museums and Cloud Computing: Ready for Primetime, or Just Vaporware?, Charlie Moad, Robert Stein, Edward Bachta, Museums and the Web 2009

Seeking Balance in the Online Video Landscape, Daniel Incandela, Robert Stein, Museums and the Web 2009, Indianapolis, IN, April 2009

Institutional Dashboards: The How’s and Why’s of Transparency at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Robert Stein, Museum Computer Network Conference, Washington D.C., November 2008

Should You Care About Social Tagging – Findings and Recommendations From Steve.Museum, Robert Stein, Susan Chun, Jennifer Trant, Museum Computer Network Conference, Washington D.C., November 2008

Building Exhibition Websites in Drupal, Robert Stein, Edward Bachta, Invited Workshop - Museum Computer Network Conference, Washington D.C., November 2008

Panelist, Daniel Incandela. Handheld Conference, London, Tate Modern, 2008

Cramming Aesthetics, Art Appreciation & Education Into a Fun Museum Experience. Daniel Incandela, Despi Mayes. 2008 International Symposium on Electronic Arts in Singapore

Agile Methods for Museum Project Management, Robert Stein, Willy Lee, Michael Jenkins, Museums and the Web 2008, Montreal, Canada, April 2008

Advanced Web Development: software strategies for online applications, Robert Stein, Charles Moad, Ed Bachta, Invited Workshop, Museums and the Web 2008

Do You See What I See? Social Tagging and Access To Museum Collections, Panelist - Museum Computer Network Conference, Chicago, November 2007

Open Source, Open Access: New Models for Museums, Susan Chun, Robert Stein, Michael Jenkins, The Digital Museum: A Think Guide, American Association of Museums, 2007

Web 2.0: Technologies and design strategies for robust online applications, Robert Stein, Charles Moad, Invited Workshop, Museums and the Web 2007

Starting a Digital Revolution, Dan Dark, Daniel Incandela, Meg Liffick. San Francisco, CA, Museums and the Web, 2007

Global Origins: A Tool for Connecting Museum Objects to Geography, Robert Stein, Museums and the Web 2007, San Francisco, April 2007

Social Tagging and Folksonomy: steve.museum and Access to Art, Jennifer Trant, Robert Stein, Matt Morgan, Panelist - Museum Computer Network Conference, Pasadena, November 2006

Melding New Media Magic into the Museum of the Future. Daniel Incandela. Boston, American Association of Museums Conference, 2006

Featured in Interactive Tabletop Exhibits in Museums and Galleries, Tom Geller, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications September / October 2006

Technology and the Great Outdoors. Daniel Incandela and Rhonda Winter. 2005 American Association of Botanic Gardens and Arboreta Conference

Table Base Navigation of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Robert Stein, Polly Baker, Rhonda Winter, ILIGHT 2005, September 2005