Holly Witchey is an art historian and museum consultant with more than 25 years of experience working in museums. She teaches ethics and convergence issues online in the JHU M.A. in Museum Studies program, as well as museum studies and Renaissance art history in the classroom at Case Western Reserve University where she is adjunct faculty in the Department of Art History. Dr. Witchey is the Editor and Co-PI of the New Media Consortium (NMC) Horizon Report: Museum Edition and lead blogger for MIDEA (http://midea.nmc.org/), a non-profit organization with the goal to provide, timely, succinct and practical knowledge about emerging technologies that museums can use to advance their missions. Her musings on Renaissance topics can be found at Quattrocentrist (http://quattrocentrist.wordpress.com/). Previously, Dr. Witchey served as director of new media at the Cleveland Museum of Art and prior to that was associate curator of European art at the San Diego Museum of Art. Dr. Witchey has a Ph.D. in European Painting and Sculpture.