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Art App-reciation
Fostering engagement and reflection in museums through a social-
mobile application
Orit Shaer 1, Jim Ol...
Attendance only
when required
~30 seconds
per work of art
Sociality & Engagement
DESIGN GOALS
THE
DESIGNSTRATEGIES
Social networking
Simplicity
Participatory Design
Learning-based Design
Participatory Design
Over 75 students contributed to the design, implementation, and evaluation
Learning-Centered Design
MULTI-SENSES
DISCOVERY
CHOICES
Simplicity
IMPLEMENTATION
THE
How to start?
Interact
Closure
EVALUATION
THE
• 53 participants
• Comparative study
• Conditions:
–Without device
–With device
“I liked the interactive
aspect and how it made
me consider details I
didn’t notice before…”
“It [the application]
defiant...
More than
3 MINUTES
with each piece
“it made me look longer and think
about things I wouldn’t have
Acknowledgments
A special thanks to:
Lisa Fischman, Ruth Gordon Shapiro ’37 Director of
the Davis Museum.
The following We...
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  1. 1. Art App-reciation Fostering engagement and reflection in museums through a social- mobile application Orit Shaer 1, Jim Olson 2, MaCherie Edwards 1, Consuelo Valdes 1 1 Wellesley College, 2 Davis Museum and Cultural Center
  2. 2. Attendance only when required
  3. 3. ~30 seconds per work of art
  4. 4. Sociality & Engagement DESIGN GOALS THE
  5. 5. DESIGNSTRATEGIES Social networking Simplicity Participatory Design Learning-based Design
  6. 6. Participatory Design Over 75 students contributed to the design, implementation, and evaluation
  7. 7. Learning-Centered Design MULTI-SENSES DISCOVERY CHOICES
  8. 8. Simplicity
  9. 9. IMPLEMENTATION THE
  10. 10. How to start?
  11. 11. Interact
  12. 12. Closure
  13. 13. EVALUATION THE • 53 participants • Comparative study • Conditions: –Without device –With device
  14. 14. “I liked the interactive aspect and how it made me consider details I didn’t notice before…” “It [the application] defiantly helped me to form my own opinion about a piece, which I normally don’t go out of my way to do”
  15. 15. More than 3 MINUTES with each piece “it made me look longer and think about things I wouldn’t have
  16. 16. Acknowledgments A special thanks to: Lisa Fischman, Ruth Gordon Shapiro ’37 Director of the Davis Museum. The following Wellesley College students: Lia Napolitano, Michelle Ferreirae, Heidi Wang, Taili Feng, and all of our study participants. Orit Shaer oshaer@wellesley.edu Jim Olsen jolsen@wellesley.edu
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