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Culture & digital innovation(s): the importance to share good practices !

The Club Innovation & Culture, CLIC France is the french observation platform for mutualization of digital uses  in museums, heritage and scientific places. It analyzes the trends and the good practices in France and abroad on its website. Here is a selection of articles published in February and March 2014.

The BBC goes into partnership with the Tate and other public organizations to broaden its artistic offer 

On the 25th of March 2014, the BBC managing director announced that it was about to go into partnership with the Tate, the Royal Academy of Arts and the Art Council England in order to seat its viewers at the front row of the best British exhibitions and cultural events.
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The Fine Arts Museum of Lyon offers an exploration (sometimes playful) of 13 masterpieces in ultra-high definition

Since February 2014, the Fine Arts Museum od Lyon offers to its Internet users 13 artworks from its collections in very high definition. An unprecedented visit and an original way to gather the museum, its pieces of art and its public. 
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The MoMA launches ART140, a new digital device to talk about art with its community

The New-York MoMa and the digital agency Possible just launched a website and a Twitter account called ART140 (@artoneforty) to invite the public to talk about art.
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With ArtMaps, the Tate proposes to its public to geolocate the artworks of its collection

On the 20th of February 2014, the Tate announced the public launch of its project ArtMaps, which allows the Internet and mobile Internet users to help the museum to locate artworks of the Tate on a map of the world. 
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Worldwide barometer of social sharing of museum contents / February 2014 (Museum Analytics)

Every month, CLIC France website releases the worldwide barometer of the diffusion on  social networks of museum contents established by  Museum Analytics. Last month, the Louvre was at the head of the rankings on Facebook and even appears many times in the survey.
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The In Flanders Fields Museum and Google launches a digital register of the Irish soldiers dead during World War I

The Irish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Eamon Gilmore, presented on the 10th of January 2014 the IRELAND'S MEMORIAL RECORDS, an online homage to the Irish soldiers of World War I.
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Jane Alexander (Cleveland Museum of Art) : « We transform the museum experience by using technology and on highlighting the artworks »

A l’occasion des 5èmes Rencontres Nationales Culture & Innovation(s), Jane Alexander, Directeur des systèmes d’information du Cleveland Museum of Art a répondu aux questions du Clic France. Dans cette interview exclusive, elle présente le nouveau dispositif numérique Gallery One qui a été choisi par le Clic France comme la principale innovation muséale dans le monde en 2013.
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