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Wednesday, November 18 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Putting the Pieces Together: A Study in Digital Content Management

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In 2018 the Princeton University Art Museum embarked on a project that leveraged an open-source headless CMS in order to incorporate a backlog of unstructured digital content into the museum’s existing data and publishing architecture. This presentation will discuss the methodology of the project touching on initial planning, decision-making, systems architecture, metadata schema, workflows, and future roadmap.

 Content Types and Examples:
Other:
  • Systems Diagram: https://static.artmuseum.princeton.edu/systems/PUAM_Data_Systems_Architecture_2020.pdf
  • Sandbox CMS: https://puam-mcn-sandbox.herokuapp.com/admin/auth/login [mcn-user:MCN2020]

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Brown

Sarah Brown

Collections Information Specialist, Princeton University Art Museum
Sarah Brown is a Collections Information Specialist at the Princeton University Art Museum. She is a member of the Art Information team where she manages information and digital assets for various purposes including teaching, scholarship and research, and exhibitions.  Sarah is heavily... Read More →
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Daniel Brennan

Museum Application Developer, Princeton University Art Museum
Dan Brennan is the Museum Application Developer at the Princeton University Art Museum, where he manages the museum's technical architecture for collections data and digital assets. Working closely with staff from around the museum as well as the public, his work focuses on the development... Read More →


Wednesday November 18, 2020 2:30pm - 3:00pm EST
Live Q&A for pre-recorded session