Selected conference talks
The Design of Understanding 2011: The case for digital interpretation in museums (pdf)
The Design of Understanding is an annual one-day conference looking at how ideas are designed to be more understandable, held in Conway Hall, London, and organised by Max Gadney.
Webstock 2009: Astrotagging bots and citizen scientists at the Royal Observatory (pdf)
Webstock is an annual celebration of the web and its makers, held in Wellington, New Zealand, and organised by Natasha Lampard and Mike Brown.
Interesting 2007: The Science of Spying exhibition (pdf)
Interesting is an occasional one-day conference looking at things that are just interesting, rather than professionally useful. It’s held in Conway Hall, London, and organised by Russell Davies.
ETech 2004: Y’know, for kids! Social software for children (pdf)
The Emerging Technology Conference was a technologist’s R&D lab, workbench, and playground, held annually in the US and organised by O’Reilly.
What motivates a visit to MoMA’s website?
The Future of Digital Interpretation: Gallery Objects as Service Avatars (link)
Fiona Romeo and Lawrence Chiles, National Maritime Museum, UK
Museums and the Web 2012
Bringing Citizen Scientists and Historians Together (link)
Fiona Romeo and Lucinda Blaser, National Maritime Museum, UK
Museums and the Web 2011
Flickr as Platform: Astronomy Photographer of the Year (link)
Fiona Romeo and Natasha Waterson, National Maritime Museum, UK
Museums and the Web 2010
Children’s Digital Lives: risk scenarios to 2014 (pdf)
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