MMWC Technical Infrastructure
Some members of the MMWC staff and research community use While some MMWC affiliates are listed under other units of which they are also a part, you can find MMWC on

The MMWC is pursuing a comprehensive IT plan that will eventually bring its collections online. Behind the scenes, the museum uses FileMaker Pro.

Audio Tours
The MMWC utilizes the Tour-Mate Systems Limited SC55 Listening Wand for its audio tours.

The MMWC maintains a Facebook Page.

You can also find the MMWC on Flickr.

The Mathers Museum of World Cultures is currently hosting an Indiana University IQ-Wall, developed by the UITS Advanced Visualization Lab to promote innovative research and education using information-rich, ultra-resolution displays. The installation in the Mathers Museum of World Cultures is a collaborative effort of the Mathers Museum of World Cultures and the Advanced Visualization Lab, with assistance from the IU Libraries. The Advanced Visualization Lab at IU is a unit of the Research Technologies division of UITS; Research Technologies is a Pervasive Technology Institute Cyberinfrastructure and Service Center. Available for use by IU faculty, students, and staff, the IQ-Wall consists of 12 high-resolution monitors with a total of 12.5 million pixels. The device is managed via a Windows 7 computer, and has an ease of operation comparable to most desktops and laptops. More information on the device, its uses, and scheduling is available at MMWC IQ-Wall.

The MMWC is also on Instagram.

IUScholarWorks Repository
For "green" open access circulation of museum-related publications. the MMWC uses Indiana University Bloomington's IUScholarWorks Repository.

Museum Anthropology Review
Museum Anthropology Review (MAR) is an open access journal whose purpose is the wide dissemination of articles, reviews, essays, obituaries and other content advancing the field of material culture and museum studies, broadly conceived. MAR is published by the Mathers Museum of World Cultures, and edited by Jason Baird Jackson.

You can find the MMWC on Pinterest.

The MMWC can be followed on the microblogging site Twitter.

The MMWC research community uses Zotero and Zotero Groups for reference management and research collaboration.