Loading…

Flash Player 9 (or above) is needed to view presentations.
We have detected that you do not have it on your computer. To install it, go here.

Like this presentation? Why not share!

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Gov 2.0 Paula Bray

on

  • 1,278 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,278
Views on SlideShare
1,233
Embed Views
45

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
12
Comments
0

2 Embeds 45

http://www.psleader.org 44
http://paper.li 1

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Gov 2.0 Paula Bray Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Driving 2-way communication giving feedback back to the community Powerhouse Museum Paula Bray Manager, Visual & Digitisation services by lonely radio
  • 2. who are we?
  • 3. who are we? Digital, social & emerging technologies
  • 4. make a lot of stuff
  • 5. cross-media by Derek K. Miller
  • 6. multi by angelsk
  • 7. engaging with new audiences
  • 8. Be an ʻopenʼ Museum – open to rich engagement, to new conversations by ilmungo
  • 9. Enable new interactions with visitors within our ‘spaces and online’
  • 10. new ways to engage with audiences that may challenge, involve ʻexperimentationʼ by wader
  • 11. what do we think?
  • 12. 5 by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 13. 5 by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 14. 5 findable by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 15. 5 findable it is where I am and where I look by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 16. 5 findable it is where I am and where I look meaningful by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 17. 5 findable it is where I am and where I look meaningful I can understand it by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 18. 5 findable it is where I am and where I look meaningful I can understand it responsive by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 19. 5 findable it is where I am and where I look meaningful I can understand it responsive to my interests, moods, location by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 20. 5 findable it is where I am and where I look meaningful I can understand it usable/shareable responsive to my interests, moods, location by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 21. 5 findable it is where I am and where I look meaningful I can understand it usable/shareable I can pass it on and share responsive to my interests, moods, location by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 22. 5 available findable it is where I am and where I look meaningful I can understand it usable/shareable I can pass it on and share responsive to my interests, moods, location by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 23. 5 available findable it is where I am and where I look online/web onsite/galleries and offsite/community meaningful I can understand it usable/shareable I can pass it on and share responsive to my interests, moods, location by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 24. who is our audience?
  • 25. photography by Fanboy30 what does our audience want?
  • 26. starting conversations Marinco Kojdanovski
  • 27. these shouldn’t be one way by eternaltedium
  • 28. don’t be slow ʻsnailʼ by Lastaii
  • 29. citizen research
  • 30. it’s about the connections it’s about the by teachingsagittarian
  • 31. aim to go deep Jean-Francois Lanzarone
  • 32. by c.a.muller getting to know the individual
  • 33. our audience seeks personal connections by tapioliller no shouting
  • 34. participation onsite/online
  • 35. not ‘US’ or ‘THEM’ bitzi took his umbrella and left ✈
  • 36. access
  • 37. risks need to be taken Jean-Francois Lanzarone
  • 38. if projects fail + evaluate = learn by Cornell University Library No known copyright restrictions
  • 39. what have we done?
  • 40. we use
  • 41. we use
  • 42. we use
  • 43. we use
  • 44. we use
  • 45. we use
  • 46. we use
  • 47. we use
  • 48. we use
  • 49. we use
  • 50. we use
  • 51. we use
  • 52. we use
  • 53. Social we use
  • 54. 2007 wanted to share our photographic content to a broader audience
  • 55. 2007 wanted to share our photographic content to a broader audience
  • 56. Flickr screen grab
  • 57. vintage lol cat
  • 58. Flickr screen grab Flickr screen grab
  • 59. 200 images from Tyrrell collection
  • 60. high value sydney centric sold copies rarely exhibited no major publication not known for photographic content no measures ?
  • 61. to ....make these collections even richer. Flickr screen grab
  • 62. & get to know our community.... Flickr screen grab
  • 63. in the first 4 weeks 40,000 views 230contacts 2500 + tags
  • 64. in the first 4 weeks 40,000 views 230 contacts 2500 + tags pull back to our website
  • 65. in the first 4 weeks 40,000 views 230 contacts 2500 + tags pull back to our website
  • 66. 2 million Flickr screen grab over views
  • 67. it’s NOT just about the views practicalowl
  • 68. it’s the connections
  • 69. the access it’s the connections
  • 70. the access it’s the connections the conversations
  • 71. citizen research the access it’s the connections the conversations
  • 72. citizen research the access it’s the connections the conversations innovation
  • 73. citizen research the access driving 2-way it’s the connections the conversations innovation
  • 74. we geo-map our images
  • 75. innovation using our content Paul Hagon incredible
  • 76. MOB-augmented reality on iphone/android install Layar+ BuildAR
  • 77. real time then and now
  • 78. Flickr screen grab Flickr screen grab citizen location identification ?
  • 79. Domain screen grab Flickr screen grab Flickr screen grab
  • 80. connections + we’ve made started conversations with this contact through our photography collections
  • 81. Flickr screen grab Flickr screen grab Image courtesy Randwick City Library Services Photography by Sutto numerous accounts of citizen research
  • 82. Sutto Mala Gabrielle shared stories
  • 83. photo by shealo our content was re-used & shared with us
  • 84. Common Ground 2009 global flickr meet-up
  • 85. Community curated slideshow
  • 86. projected onto each institution
  • 87. a chance to get to KNOW and say to the community vernhart
  • 88. dedicated Flickr fans turned up
  • 89. several locations around the world
  • 90. Community presentations
  • 91. Bob Meade
  • 92. comments on blogs
  • 93. we ate the collection
  • 94. back to strategy back to strategy
  • 95. back to strategy back to strategy two way conversations
  • 96. participation back to strategy two way conversations
  • 97. aim deep participation back to strategy two way conversations
  • 98. aim deep participation back to strategy know your audience two way conversations
  • 99. aim deep share participation back to strategy know your audience two way conversations
  • 100. learning with this community
  • 101. changed our photography policy maury.mccown
  • 102. visiting the Museum because he can take photos
  • 103. Michael Sutton Michael Sutton
  • 104. share experience
  • 105. we then share on Photo of the Day
  • 106. community voice our images + community comments
  • 107. “new ways to engage with audiences”
  • 108. 2-way connections influencing our projects
  • 109. expected 500 entries
  • 110. over 2000 expected 500 entries
  • 111. over 2000 expected 500 entries in 8 weeks
  • 112. required many conversations over 4 months
  • 113. great interaction
  • 114. 12 Flickr photographers came to opening
  • 115. 47 photographs
  • 116. + projection of the whole Flickr group
  • 117. meet the audience
  • 118. start conversations meet the audience
  • 119. start conversations meet the audience participation
  • 120. their 80s too start conversations meet the audience participation
  • 121. their 80s too start conversations meet the audience participation place to share stories
  • 122. we shared back to audience
  • 123. Community built title wall
  • 124. 193mb file
  • 125. zoomify
  • 126. full screen size images
  • 127. fine details
  • 128. started blogging Benini archive Bruno Benini
  • 129. Bruno Benini inviting our audience to participate
  • 130. impacting exhibition development
  • 131. the darkroom experience
  • 132. series of projections
  • 133. causing audience to touch
  • 134. collection online 2006
  • 135. 75,854 objects
  • 136. 75,854 objects 81,000 images
  • 137. Creative Commons license
  • 138. Flip Explorer gov 2.0 mashups Notable Mashing Achievement Book Flippers (Edward Untu, Zhang Yu) http://tinyurl.com/flipexplorer
  • 139. our API
  • 140. by Halans
  • 141. 250 people 13 projects used Powerhouse API 64 API keys downloaded by Halans
  • 142. powerhouse.nf.id.au
  • 143. open access image repository
  • 144. this 2-way connection with our community
  • 145. this 2-way connection with our community
  • 146. this 2-way connection with our community conversations stories co-curation engagement participation
  • 147. 5 available findable it is where I am and where I look online/web onsite/galleries and meaningful I can understand it offsite/community usable/shareable I can pass it on and share responsive to my interests, moods, location by Seb Chan fresh+new(er)
  • 148. Driving 2-way communication + give back to the community by lonely radio
  • 149. thank you Gov 2.0 conference Powerhouse Museum photographers all Flickr members using Creative Commons licenses paula bray manager, visual & digitisation services paulab@phm.gov.au @paulabray