Published on April 26th, 2013 | by Grace Q.
As a new buzzword, “Big Data” is all over our daily lives. However, the tech industry specializing in data collection and analysis doesn’t mean that other industries haven’t found value in using data. For anyone who ... Read More →
Published on April 26th, 2013 | by Michelle Cheng
In the arts, it’s only natural to look to peer organizations in our field for gathering new ideas and benchmarking our success. However, there are countless technology and engagement lessons we can learn from institutions unrelated ... Read More →
Published on April 19th, 2013 | by Katherine Schouten
Last month we began a conversation on database options for the nano-nonprofit, characterized here as the smallest of artistic enterprises, often in the early years of operation, with annual budgets under $60,000, and/or having a paid ... Read More →
Published on April 17th, 2013 | by Elizabeth Quaglieri
FIRST: I want to direct you to this website where you can read an interview about HintMe with Merete Sanderhoff, a researcher at the National Gallery of Denmark, and a case study about the Danish museums ... Read More →