Publications

Open Authority
(This listing can also be found on my personal blog, Defining Open Authority.)

Chapter in Edited Volume. (Forthcoming). “The Role of Open Authority in a Collaborative Web” in Crowdsourcing our Cultural Heritage. Ed. Mia Ridge. Ashgate, 2014. Abstract American Alliance of Museums Panel. “Crowdsourcing to Community Sourcing: A 100 Toys Case Study.” 2014 (Seattle, WA): Slides | Notes | Proposal


NMC On the Horizon: Crowdsourcing. Expert panelist in virtual panel. 2014. Video | Info
Museum Computer Network Panel. ”Defining Open Authority in the Museum.” 2013 (Montreal, Canada) Proposal | Slides | Notes | Video
Musete.ch Interview. “Interviews with Museum Experts About Web and New Media: Lori Byrd Phillips,” October 27, 2013. Recorded Interview
Ignite:MCN Presentation (EMP Museum, Seattle, Nov. 2012): “Embracing the Bazaar.” Video | Slides/Notes | Ignite Storify | Shared/Open Authority: MCN Closing Plenary
Peer Reviewed Article. “The Temple and the Bazaar: Wikipedia as a Platform for Open Authority in Museums.” Curator: The Museum Journal, April 2013, Vol. 56:2. Abstract | Contact me for pdf.
The Seven Things You Need to Openly Engage with Your Community. The New Media Consortium, NMC Blog, April 8, 2014.
Inspiring Open Authority with the Reggio Emilia Approach. The New Media Consortium, NMC Blog, December 18, 2013.
Forming an Open Authority in Cultural Heritage: Open Knowledge Foundation, OpenGLAM blog, June 11, 2013.
Open Authority and the Future of Museum Ethics: Center for the Future of Museums blog, American Association of Museums, Feb. 21, 2012.
Defining Open Authority in Museums: MIDEA blog, New Media Consortium, Jan. 13, 2012.
The Participatory Museum and a New Authority: MIDEA blog, New Media Consortium, Nov. 15, 2011.

Notable Mentions of Open Authority
Museum Opportunities in Open Authority: Archaeology, Museums, and Outreach, Elizabeth Bollwerk, March 17, 2014.
Shifting Paradigms: The Case for Co-Creation and New Discourses for Participation, The Incluseum, Porchia Moore, February 26, 2014.
Radical Open Authority: When Life Happens and Museums Respond: Museum Commons. Gretchen Jennings. December 17, 2013
The Open Authority Spectrum, and finally a definition for engagement that I like. Koven Smith. November 2013.
Things I Loved About MCN 2013: Thinking About Museums, Ed Rodley, November 24, 2013
Open(ing) Authority Through Community Engagement: Museums & Social Issues (journal edition theme), Elizabeth Bollwerk, ed. Fall 2013.
Oh Snap! Experimenting with Open Authority in the Gallery: Museum 2.0, Nina Simon; Guest post by Jeffrey Inscho, March 13, 2013
Open Authority: 3 Reasons Why You Need to Incorporate it Into Your Non-Profit PR Strategy: Know Your Own Bone, Colleen Dilenschneider, August 7, 2012
Open Authority in Opening Ceremony speech: Wikimania DC, Pavel Richter, July 2012
Publications

Museums and Wikipedia—A 2 Year Update: Center for the Future of Museums blog, American Alliance of Museums, August 22, 2013.
Historians in Wikipedia: Building an Open, Collaborative History. With Dominic McDevitt-Parks. Perspectives, American Historical Association. December 2012.
Reprograme: Communication, Branding, and Culture in a New Era of Museums. Ed. Luis Marcelo Mendes. October 2012.
NARA plays host for Wikipedians at GLAMcamp DC: NARAtions blog, National Archives, February 2012.
Wikipedians in Residence: Two Years of Open Culture: Open Knowledge Foundation, January 2012.
To Wiki or Not to Wiki: Museum magazine, American Association of Museums, Sept/Oct 2011.
Museums & Wikipedia: The Future of Collaboration and Accessibility: Center for the Future of Museums blog, American Association of Museums, April 21, 2011.
History museums in a Wikipedia world: Off the Wall blog, National Council on Public History, January 5, 2011.
Presentations

American Alliance of Museums Annual Meeting 2014 (Seattle, WA): “Crowdsourcing to Community Sourcing: A 100 Toys Case Study.” Panel. Slides | Notes | Proposal
Wikimedia Conference 2014 (Berlin, Germany): “Sharing Best Practices, GLAM-Wiki U.S.” Slides | Notes
Museum Computer Network 2013 (Montreal, Canada) “Defining Open Authority in the Museum.” Panel. Proposal | Slides | Notes | Video
Midwest Archives Conference Symposium 2013 (Greenbay, WI): “Wikipedia in the Archives: What, Why, & How.” Slides | Notes
Museums and the Web 2013 (Portland, OR): “A perfect storm of online engagement? 24,000 votes, 600 stories, and the 100 toys that got us there.” Demonstration
Museum Computer Network 2012 (Seattle, WA): “So now what? Next steps in GLAM-Wiki Collaboration.” Proposal | Slides | Notes
Association of Midwest Museums 2012 (Indianapolis, IN): “Wikipedia in the Museum: What, Why, & How.” Slides
Wikimania 2012 (Washington, DC): “State of GLAM in the US.” Proposal | Slides
MuseumNext 2012 (Barcelona): “QRpedia: QR codes linking to Wikipedia,” with Alex Hinojo. Slides | Program
American Association of Museums 2011 (Minneapolis, MN): “Wikipedia and the Museum: Lessons from Wikipedians in Residence” (Session Chair). Slides | Virtual Session
Museum Computer Network 2011 (Atlanta, GA): “Practical Methods for Collaborating with Wikipedia” Proposal | Slides
Wikimania 2011 (Haifa, Israel): “New Opportunities in GLAM-Wiki Collaboration” Proposal | Slides | Notes | Video (at 26:00)
Museum Computer Network 2010 (Austin, TX): “Advocacy, Education, and Action: The Wikipedia Saves Public Art Case Study” Slides | Summary
Interviews & Press

Grad Student Uses Wikipedia to Preserve Access to “Lost” Exhibits: IUPUI Magazine, Ric Burrous, Spring 2012
Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Wikipedia: Insights Interview with Lori Phillips: The Signal, Library of Congress, April 2012.
Introducing Lori Byrd Phillips: Wikipedian in Residence:Technology in the Arts blog, Elizabeth Quaglieri, March 7, 2012.
IUPUI Student Serving as Wikipedian in Residence: IUPUI Impact, January 2012.
US Cultural Partnerships Coordinator: Wikimedia blog announcement | Children’s Museum announcement | IUPUI announcement | Inside Indiana Business
Five Questions with Lori Phillips:Indianapolis Woman magazine, November 2011.
Children’s Museum hires “Wikipedian.” Inside Indiana Business. August 23, 2011.
Geek Speak with Lori Phillips:Museum Geek blog, Suse Cairn’s blog, July 18, 2011.
Podcasts
Wikimania Roundup Day 2: Wikipedia Weekly. Episode 91, July 2012. Wikipedia page
GLAM at Wikimania 2011: Wikipedia Weekly, Episode 87, August 2011.
MIDEA: New Media Consortium blog

Community-Sourcing 100 Toys: An Explosion in Online Engagement- Part 1 | Part 2: October, 2012
MuseumNext Barcelona: A Wikipedian Perspective: June 5, 2012
GLAM-Wiki takes the American Association of Museums: May 8, 2012
AAM & NMC Mash-Up: The Big Trends: March 20, 2012
GLAMcamp DC Adds Sparkle to Museum-Wikipedia Partnerships: February 22, 2012.
One Small Museum Making a Big Impact: December 15, 2011.
How Research is like a Reality TV Singing Competition: October 13, 2011.
Diving In: Grad School, Research, and Online Collaborative Learning: September 21, 2011.
Wikimania recap: GLAM style: August 16, 2011.
Bringing Together Wikipedia and Teens: August 4, 2011.
Getting to Know WikiProject:Public Art: July 19, 2011.
What’s an E-Volunteer?: July 6, 2011.
Going Multilingual with QRpedia: June 15, 2011.
What’s so GLAM about Wikipedia?: June 1, 2011.
Wikimedia Foundation Blog

GLAM-Wiki at the American Association of Museums: April 2012
GLAMcamp DC kicks off US coordination of GLAM-Wiki efforts: Wikimedia Foundation blog, February 2012.
Indianapolis Museum of Art blog

Unwelcome Guests: The Pests of Oldields: July 5, 2011.
Wikipedia & the Cultural Sector: Lecture & Workshop: October 28, 2010.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis blog

Looking Back on 100 Toys: November 14, 2012
Sharing the Didelphodon with Wikipedia: September 5, 2012
Learn about QRpedia on This Week’s Wow!: March 7, 2012.
Introducing the Wikipedia Image of the Week (ongoing series): February 29, 2012.
Hosting Wikipedia Royalty: September 15, 2011.
Wikipedians in the Museum and Beyond: August 29, 2011.
QR codes + Wikipedia=QRpedia: July 29, 2011.
What’s that Wikipedian-in-Residence been up to?: April 1, 2011.
What’s it Like to be a Wikipedian in Residence?: December 23, 2011.