This final report draws on the previous publications and papers delivered over the lifespan of the V-Museum Network Project that examined the critical qualities of the Virtual Museum (VM), identified the different kinds of VMs, and evaluated their self-declared purposes and self-defined objectives. After a comprehensive survey of those actors and players in the field of cultural heritage who focus their efforts on developing, building and disseminating VMs, V-Must research mapped out the field, defined a series of bench marks to evaluate the varied activity in the sector, and created a series of criteria in order to summarize the VM sector and propose best practice across the field.
This report - in summarizing the Network’s accomplishments - is well poised to elaborate on the prior research and ready to set out the following:
- A series of V-Must principles
- An authoritative and concise definition of the VM.
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