Nokomis & District Museum

CMA Technology in Museums Symposium

Category: / Closes November 30th, 2019

Blink, and the digital landscape changes. As new technologies emerge and others become more accessible and enhanced, museums need to step back and consider their options. We may agree that innovation and staying ahead of the curve are cornerstones to survival; but let’s face it, it gets tricky after that. Sometimes technology intended to help tell the story becomes the story. Sometimes, throwing ever more powerful technology at a problem doesn’t always provide the best answer. Are we taking the time we need to ensure we’re investing resources, time and skills in the right areas? Attend the symposium and take some of that time with us.

TIMS 2019 presents some of the latest technology tools and projects developed for the museum sector and beyond. This interactive Symposium features case studies, keynotes and practical demonstrations that will shed light on how technology can be used in many diverse areas of museum practice, helping you to stay right in the flow no matter how swift the current!

Facilitated round table discussions form the cornerstone of the Symposium. Topics will include:

Delegates will also have the opportunity to try out new digital tools and devices, as well as discuss today’s challenges and opportunities surrounding the use of technology in museums during Techtails where attendees of TIMS will meet up with tech companies exhibiting the next wave of innovative technology.

Who should attend?

This Symposium is recommended for museum professionals interested in the role digital technology can play in different aspects of museum practice, from exhibitions and visitor engagement to learning and marketing.

Why should I attend?

Four great reasons for you to register, today:

Learn from knowledgeable experts how emerging tech will impact your institution
Keep abreast of quickly changing technologies
Discover what works and what doesn’t
Meet and network with your colleagues from across Canada

Register and find out more...

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