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Canadian Geographic: Deadline for the February 2015 Issue

October 2014

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You have until Monday, October 20, 2014 to submit an artefact in the “What’s This?” feature of the February issue of Canadian Geographic magazine.

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Podcasting for Small Museums: A How-to-Guide

October 2014

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The Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) is proud to present a new how-to-guide on podcasting for small museums. This document provides detailed steps on making, editing and publishing podcasts for museums.

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CHIN’s TechWatch: Fall 2014

October 2014

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Each season, we bring you this showcase of promising, emerging or lasting technologies used by and in museums today. Stay tuned, as we watch the trends for you.

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Posting Collections to Flickr

October 2014

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Many companies, as well as non-profit cultural institutions, also have Flickr accounts. But is the site powerful enough to host an entire museum’s collection?

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Hacking a Museum’s Website for a Good Cause

October 2014

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Some hacks can actually be for a good cause. That’s why, we are increasingly hearing about so-called “hackathons” (merging of ‘hacking’ and ‘marathon’) that are coming to the rescue of certain non-profit websites.

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Choosing the Right Social Media for Your Institution

October 2014

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In this ongoing 6-part series of posts, the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) examines the different ways museums can promote their activities online. Each month, a different social media platform is featured. In part 3, we look at social networking platforms and their use in the heritage sector.

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A Getty Image: Worth a Thousand Words

September 2014

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Content on the Web has inevitably become highly visual. However, have you ever noticed that the majority of generic images posted on the Internet are from the company gettyimages®? They are used everywhere, particularly on news sites and Web portals such as Yahoo.

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