Even if you were at our 2015 conference, it was such a busy day that it was easy to miss a gem. We’ve compiled these event reports that captured some of the flavour of the day.
- Collaboration and ‘heads-up’ engagement: guest post from UKMW15 by Izzy Bartley
- Jessica Suess’s event report
- Frankly, Green and Webb included the ‘#UKMW15 funding debate’ in their Weeknotes
- CogApp’s Stephen Norris on UK Museums on the Web 2015
- A UKMW15 storify by @time_image
- A UKMW15 storify by @FireflyHeritage
- Lots and lots of photos in our Flickr pool tagged UKMW15 – let us know if you spot yourself!
- Explore or search tweets from the conference
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With many thanks to the MCG Committee Members, particularly Ina Pruegel and Jennifer Ross, who coordinated the event. We’d also like to thank other Committee members who did lots of work on the event (Andrew, Dafydd, Danny, Ivan, Jess, Kath, Mia, Rebecca, Rosie), and the Programme Committee members who reviewed presentation proposals sent in. They were: co-chairs: Danny Birchall and Mia Ridge, with Chris Michaels (British Museum), Claire Bailey Ross (Durham University), Gill Greaves (Arts Council England), Jenny Kidd (Cardiff University), Jessica Suess (Oxford University Museums), John Stack (Science Museum Group), Kim Plowright (Mildly Diverting), Matthew Cock (Vocal Eyes), Rachel Coldicutt (Friday), Sara Wajid (National Maritime Museum), Sharna Jackson (Hopster), Suse Cairns (Baltimore Museum of Art), Zak Mensah (Bristol Museums, Galleries & Archives). Finally, thanks to the speakers and session chairs, the British Museum (particularly Alice Valner-White) and Matt Caines at the Guardian.