2011-11-30 BalticMuseums wins South Baltic Award

Prof Klotz with Award
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Prof. Michael Klotz with the trophy for the "Best Website"
 The project BalticMuseums 2.0 won the South Baltic Award 2011 for the category "Best Website". The trophy was handed to Prof. Michael Klotz during the South Baltic Conference, 29th November in Schwerin, Germany. More than 400 votes were given in the online competition for the project's website balticmuseums.net and its special section for children www.kids.balticmuseums.net.

Prior to the award ceremony, the South Baltic Programme had organised a two-day project forum and conference to present best-practices, project results and discussion panels for the future of the programme.
 

2011-11-11 Register now for the BalticMuseums 2.0 Conference

 
 On 9 December 2011, the BalticMuseums 2.0 Conference will take place in Szczecin, Poland. After more than three years of co-operation, our project team is very happy to present the results in public. In presentations by all project partners, insights in the development of the multi-lingual internet platform and the international Online Ticketing System will be given. Furthermore, various investigations about eGuide-systems in museums will be presented. The conference is open to the public.

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2011-10-27 Successful evening programme for Steering Committee in Stralsund

 The Steering and Monitoring Committee of the South Baltic Programme held its meeting on 6 October 2011 in Stralsund, Germany. As a great start of the meeting, the local contact point in Rostock and the BalticMuseums project partners in Stralsund, jointly organised a very special evening programme. The Committee members were invited to an individual tour in the OZEANEUM, the European Museums of the Year 2010. Marketing manager Jens Oulwiger presented the highlights of the exhibition, before the participants were invited for a dinner next to the impressive "Open Atlantic" tank. This biggest basin has a holding capacity of 2.6 million liter of water. The extraordinary location created the best atmosphere for the presentation of the BalticMuseums project, providing examples of POIs (Point of interests) directly next to the table. The participants enjoyed this live project demonstration a lot.
 
 

2011-10-26 Vote for BalticMuseums!

 We need your vote!
 
The South Baltic Programme runs an online competition amongst all its funded EU-projects. We handed in our application for three categories: Best Photo, Best Website, Best Logo!
 
Please give BalticMuseum 2.0 your valuable vote – Click here!
 
Please forward this to persons that might like and support our project as well!
 
The winners will be announced during the South Baltic Annual Conference 2011 in Schwerin.
The competition is opened until 21 November 2011.
 
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2011-10-25 Book issued including article about BalticMuseums

 Stralsund University of Applied Sciences recently released a book celebrating its 20th anniversary. Articles demonstrate the development of the university in the last two decades. As the largest research project of the university, the BalticMuseums project is presented on three pages.
 
 
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