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Moneta Kwok-Ching Ho, a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology placed online her May 2004 thesis "From Physical to Virtual: Extending the Gallery Experience Online." In Chapter Four: Conclusion, (p. 52) Ms. Ho offers a suggestion to exhibition team members of museums: "A good idea is to draw from academic contacts and partnerships with universities. Many students of new media art and design would be interested in developing Web sites in exchange for the portfolio and resume-building experience, school credit, or references and contacts that the museum can offer." She says"...these kinds of museum-academic partnerships are quite common" and gives examples of collaborations.

A partial listing of university multimedia departments and courses includes:


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