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Jack Nork

Hi Beth;
Thanks for posting this!
I will be sure to share this with our Museum client :)

Seb Chan

Hi Beth

Thanks for the mention.

Actually I'm preparing a range of materials on a new set of web metrics for museum web content in general - not just blogs and social media. Fundamentally metrics for the museum sector are broken. They are even more broken when museums start experimenting with social media.

The workshop and paper are being delivered at Museums and the Web 2008 in Montreal - http://www.archimuse.com/mw2008/abstracts/prg_335001716.html

The paper will be published online at the time of the event and I will also be blogging extensions and tangents to the paper.

It builds on a lot of work in different fields and sectors, and proposes a new 'ecology' of metrics for museums whose online content now is spread across 1.0, 2.0 and multiple sites.

Beth Kanter

Jack:

Hope it will be useful to your clients. If it was worth $10 bucks for you, please feel free to give a donation to the Sharing Foundation's America's Giving Challenge
http://www.networkforgood.org/pca/Badge.aspx?badgeId=108205

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