This document describes the development process of a Virtual Museum Quality Label by V-MusT.net. The process starts with the analysis of stakeholders involved, case studies and best practice, criteria used in other award programmes.
The document describes the activities carried out by WP7 of V-MUST.net. It presents the evaluation carried out in 2011 and 2012 and the selected test-beds that will be developed and firther evaluated.
This deliverable represents the first iteration of an on-going set of activities aimed at defining and exchange mechanism for Virtual Museums: the applications and also their content for reuse purposes.
In Deliverable 7.4 – TransMedia Show-Case Creation, we introduce the aims of the V-MusT.net consortium for exploring the potential for a transmedia approach in the development of Virtual Museum (VM) applications. This deliverable will be updated at M44, at the beginning of Keys To Rome.
Deliverable 8.1: Start version of website VMUST.net. This document contains a short description of the first-phase web site. Three versions of the web site will be released during the project lifetime as to adapt and support more advanced features.
Deliverable 8.2 Dissemination Plan: This document describes the V-MUST dissemination plan, and defines what media we want to use, which message we want to disseminate. But also who we want to target, with whom we will collaborate, how we proceed, and when we will do this. This document provides the dissemination strategy, the communication channels, content, target groups, partners, procedures, and time schedules. Its aim is to give an overview on the many different ways in which the project results will be disseminated.
The document describes V-MUST portal structure and future developments.
This Deliverable describe V-MUST portal, called also in previous deliverables 3rd phase website. It is accessible for registered users (initially just partners than also associated members) from www.v-must.net.
V-MUST.net website (www.v-must.net) has been developed from the beginning of the project (Febr.2011). The website is the major communication medium for the project.
A Next Generation Virtual Museum Event (NGVME) was planned by V-MUST.NET since the beginning as a final event to be organised at the end of the project.