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AAM annual conference

AAM annual conference or modestly improved, over prior years. I consider it a year in which vendors seemed to discover the value of their installed customer base and were engaged in improv- The American Association of Museums Annual Con- ing the existing product incrementally to better suit cus- ference in Fort Worth was virtuallybereft of any com- tomer needs rather than introducing major renovations puter content except for two informal sessions sponsored and new product lines. Details of vendors and their by MCN on Sunday before the meeting actually began and products appear in the "software" section of this issue. the exhibits. I attended only these, and the MUSE Awards luncheon where the first ever awards from AAM for inter- ASA Annual Conference active multimedia were given. Except for vendors demonstrating their wares, few museum computing profes- sionals were in evidence. Australian Society of Archivists, 1993 National Con- ference, "Responsible Record-Keeping: Future Directions The two sessions on Sunday were held in one of the in Accountability", June 18-19, 1993, Melbourne Victoria conference hotels rather than in the convention center where all regular sessions took pla~ze and began before at- The organizers of this year's ASA Conference chose a tendees had an opportunity http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives and Museum Informatics Springer Journals

AAM annual conference

Archives and Museum Informatics , Volume 7 (2): 1 – Jun 1, 1993

AAM annual conference

Abstract

or modestly improved, over prior years. I consider it a year in which vendors seemed to discover the value of their installed customer base and were engaged in improv- The American Association of Museums Annual Con- ing the existing product incrementally to better suit cus- ference in Fort Worth was virtuallybereft of any com- tomer needs rather than introducing major renovations puter content except for two informal sessions sponsored and new product lines. Details of vendors and their by...
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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
1993 Archives & Museum Informatics
ISSN
1042-1467
eISSN
1573-7500
DOI
10.1007/BF02770683
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Abstract

or modestly improved, over prior years. I consider it a year in which vendors seemed to discover the value of their installed customer base and were engaged in improv- The American Association of Museums Annual Con- ing the existing product incrementally to better suit cus- ference in Fort Worth was virtuallybereft of any com- tomer needs rather than introducing major renovations puter content except for two informal sessions sponsored and new product lines. Details of vendors and their by MCN on Sunday before the meeting actually began and products appear in the "software" section of this issue. the exhibits. I attended only these, and the MUSE Awards luncheon where the first ever awards from AAM for inter- ASA Annual Conference active multimedia were given. Except for vendors demonstrating their wares, few museum computing profes- sionals were in evidence. Australian Society of Archivists, 1993 National Con- ference, "Responsible Record-Keeping: Future Directions The two sessions on Sunday were held in one of the in Accountability", June 18-19, 1993, Melbourne Victoria conference hotels rather than in the convention center where all regular sessions took pla~ze and began before at- The organizers of this year's ASA Conference chose a tendees had an opportunity

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Archives and Museum InformaticsSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 1, 1993

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