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Presentation Harry Van Vliet

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    • Experts and Non-expertsHarry van Vliet - Utrecht University of Applied Sciences6-7 December 2011 - Ghent - New Technologies for New Audiences
    • Trending Topic Trending topicIllusions rule!
    • “Nowadays people are experiencing more stress due to all the new networks that are arising.”
    • “Nowadays people are experiencing more stress due to all the new networks that are arising.” 1896, Erbs
    • “Adding a computer to a boring exhibit, is a boring exhibit with a computer” Mintz, 1998
    • “Adding social media to a boring exhibit, is a boring exhibit with social media” van Vliet, 2011
    • http://www.leocaillard.com The relationship between museums and visitors changed due to theinfluence of technological developments such as the Internet and mobile services this last decade.
    • There are a lot of objects in depots hidden forthe general public
    • Still in a digitization process: about 4 out of 10objects is digitised
    • Department Modern ArtTitle The Innocent Eye TestClassification PaintingsArtist Mark Tansey, American, born 1949Date Label 1981Medium Oil on canvasDimensions 78 x 120 in. (198.1 x 304.8 cm)Credit Line Partial and Promised Gift of Jan Cowles and Charles Cowles, in honor of William S. Lieberman, 1988Accession 1988.183
    • Tagging entails assigning labels and/or keywords to aspecific item.E.g. the word ‘beautiful’ or ‘Cow’
    • What the institutions say: What the data tells us:1. On average 66% of all 1. it is 97% photos are tagged 2. it is 41%2. On average 46% of all photos have a comment 3. It is 8%3. On average 19% of all 4. It is 19 out of 56 (34%) photos have notes4. 1 institute out of 26 had more than a million views (4%)
    • Tags Contribution Top 2031% 57% 569% 89% 15
    • What are people REALLY doing?
    • Do experts add more tags than laymen? Do experts add more unique tags than laymen? Do experts use different kind of tags? Do experts use different words compared to laymen? Do experts add tags containing more information?Do laymen add tags which are suitable for the retrievability of objects?
    • Bringing the past to the present inGreenland
    • THANK YOU!Harry van VlietUtrecht University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)Faculty of Communication and JournalismResearch group Crossmedia BusinessRoom 0S142 / Crossmedialabharry.vanvliet@hu.nlwww.crossmedialab.nlwww.museumkompas.nl