Elaine Heumann Gurian
“   We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and ...
“   We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and ...
“   We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and ...
“   We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and ...
“   We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and ...
“   We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and ...
“   We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and ...
Andrew Payne
“  Archives make you stop and put to one side everything you think you thought about the past. And yet the way in which we...
“  Archives make you stop and put to one side everything you think you thought about the past. And yet the way in which we...
“  Archives make you stop and put to one side everything you think you thought about the past. And yet the way in which we...
“   Turn the paradigm on its head … rather than put the stuff up there … we had to reach out to them rather than expect th...
“   Turn the paradigm on its head … rather than put the stuff up there … we had to reach out to them rather than expect th...
“   Turn the paradigm on its head … rather than put the stuff up there … we had to reach out to them rather than expect th...
Nick Winterbotham
Nick Winterbotham
“  I would like to talk about howwe, the border guards oflearning, can take away theentanglements.One key to educational s...
“  I would like to talk about howwe, the border guards oflearning, can take away theentanglements.One key to educational s...
“  I would like to talk about howwe, the border guards oflearning, can take away theentanglements.One key to educational s...
“   The GEM ‘manifesto’:- Our heritage is not about things it is about people- Everyone has a right to know about and be a...
“   The GEM ‘manifesto’:- Our heritage is not about things it is about people- Everyone has a right to know about and be a...
“   The GEM ‘manifesto’:- Our heritage is not about things it is about people- Everyone has a right to know about and be a...
“  ‘None of us is as smartas all of us’When you co-curate, sometimesit pulls you up short.Does it use all our senses: visu...
“  ‘None of us is as smartas all of us’When you co-curate, sometimesit pulls you up short.Does it use all our senses: visu...
“  ‘None of us is as smartas all of us’When you co-curate, sometimesit pulls you up short.Does it use all our senses: visu...
“  ‘None of us is as smartas all of us’When you co-curate, sometimesit pulls you up short.Does it use all our senses: visu...
“  ‘None of us is as smartas all of us’When you co-curate, sometimesit pulls you up short.Does it use all our senses: visu...
Ken Arnold
“  Reinventing our institutions in away that puts control into thehands of users.Another venerable aspect ofmuseums needs ...
“  Reinventing our institutions in away that puts control into thehands of users.Another venerable aspect ofmuseums needs ...
“  Reinventing our institutions in away that puts control into thehands of users.Another venerable aspect ofmuseums needs ...
“    Three durations of visitor experience - the‘tyranny of 90’: 90 minutes for live events;temporary exhibitions 90 days;...
“    Three durations of visitor experience - the‘tyranny of 90’: 90 minutes for live events;temporary exhibitions 90 days;...
“    Three durations of visitor experience - the‘tyranny of 90’: 90 minutes for live events;temporary exhibitions 90 days;...
“    Three durations of visitor experience - the‘tyranny of 90’: 90 minutes for live events;temporary exhibitions 90 days;...
Follow our users(where they are, what they use,what they want to do)Assume museum borders are porous(physical, organisatio...
Follow our users(where they are, what they use,what they want to do)Assume museum borders are porous(physical, organisatio...
Follow our users(where they are, what they use,what they want to do)Assume museum borders are porous(physical, organisatio...
Follow our users(where they are, what they use,what they want to do)Assume museum borders are porous(physical, organisatio...
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  1. 1. Elaine Heumann Gurian
  2. 2. “ We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and gratifying mode ofmuseum learning. … The visitor becomes theassembler of content, for further assembly by stillfurther users on the Web … using a visible bulletinboard strategy. Pinterest is easy, portable, and I findthe search joyous. It feels like shopping. Free,inquisitive and satisfying experience … A new freechoice, non-prescriptive, customer-focusedapproach. The museum as a two-way street …broadening the relationship between the object and ”its many different spokespersons. Elaine Heumann Gurian
  3. 3. “ We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and gratifying mode ofmuseum learning. … The visitor becomes theassembler of content, for further assembly by stillfurther users on the Web … using a visible bulletinboard strategy. Pinterest is easy, portable, and I findthe search joyous. It feels like shopping. Free,inquisitive and satisfying experience … A new freechoice, non-prescriptive, customer-focusedapproach. The museum as a two-way street …broadening the relationship between the object and ”its many different spokespersons. Elaine Heumann Gurian
  4. 4. “ We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and gratifying mode ofmuseum learning. … The visitor becomes theassembler of content, for further assembly by stillfurther users on the Web … using a visible bulletinboard strategy. Pinterest is easy, portable, and I findthe search joyous. It feels like shopping. Free,inquisitive and satisfying experience … A new freechoice, non-prescriptive, customer-focusedapproach. The museum as a two-way street …broadening the relationship between the object and ”its many different spokespersons. Elaine Heumann Gurian
  5. 5. “ We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and gratifying mode ofmuseum learning. … The visitor becomes theassembler of content, for further assembly by stillfurther users on the Web … using a visible bulletinboard strategy. Pinterest is easy, portable, and I findthe search joyous. It feels like shopping. Free,inquisitive and satisfying experience … A new freechoice, non-prescriptive, customer-focusedapproach. The museum as a two-way street …broadening the relationship between the object and ”its many different spokespersons. Elaine Heumann Gurian
  6. 6. “ We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and gratifying mode ofmuseum learning. … The visitor becomes theassembler of content, for further assembly by stillfurther users on the Web … using a visible bulletinboard strategy. Pinterest is easy, portable, and I findthe search joyous. It feels like shopping. Free,inquisitive and satisfying experience … A new freechoice, non-prescriptive, customer-focusedapproach. The museum as a two-way street …broadening the relationship between the object and ”its many different spokespersons. Elaine Heumann Gurian
  7. 7. “ We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and gratifying mode ofmuseum learning. … The visitor becomes theassembler of content, for further assembly by stillfurther users on the Web … using a visible bulletinboard strategy. Pinterest is easy, portable, and I findthe search joyous. It feels like shopping. Free,inquisitive and satisfying experience … A new freechoice, non-prescriptive, customer-focusedapproach. The museum as a two-way street …broadening the relationship between the object and ”its many different spokespersons. Elaine Heumann Gurian
  8. 8. “ We own places that are – and should be – foreveryone … Museums can benefit from emulatingPInterest - an intuitive and gratifying mode ofmuseum learning. … The visitor becomes theassembler of content, for further assembly by stillfurther users on the Web … using a visible bulletinboard strategy. Pinterest is easy, portable, and I findthe search joyous. It feels like shopping. Free,inquisitive and satisfying experience … A new freechoice, non-prescriptive, customer-focusedapproach. The museum as a two-way street …broadening the relationship between the object and ”its many different spokespersons. Elaine Heumann Gurian
  9. 9. Andrew Payne
  10. 10. “ Archives make you stop and put to one side everything you think you thought about the past. And yet the way in which we present ourselves to our audiences is as a boring organisation – boring to the power of thirteen … And does a million views on Flickr ” really make you ‘essential’?Andrew Payne
  11. 11. “ Archives make you stop and put to one side everything you think you thought about the past. And yet the way in which we present ourselves to our audiences is as a boring organisation – boring to the power of thirteen … And does a million views on Flickr ” really make you ‘essential’?Andrew Payne
  12. 12. “ Archives make you stop and put to one side everything you think you thought about the past. And yet the way in which we present ourselves to our audiences is as a boring organisation – boring to the power of thirteen … And does a million views on Flickr ” really make you ‘essential’?Andrew Payne
  13. 13. “ Turn the paradigm on its head … rather than put the stuff up there … we had to reach out to them rather than expect them to come to us … We handed over control and asked ‘There you go, we will facilitate, but we will not dictate how to do it. We were hoping that people would give us responses so that we could capture them … but actually this feels like a much more authentic way to work with a collection …. To respond to a collection in the way that the community want to respond. ” Our role is now as a provider and a facilitator.Andrew Payne
  14. 14. “ Turn the paradigm on its head … rather than put the stuff up there … we had to reach out to them rather than expect them to come to us … We handed over control and asked ‘There you go, we will facilitate, but we will not dictate how to do it. We were hoping that people would give us responses so that we could capture them … but actually this feels like a much more authentic way to work with a collection …. To respond to a collection in the way that the community want to respond. ” Our role is now as a provider and a facilitator.Andrew Payne
  15. 15. “ Turn the paradigm on its head … rather than put the stuff up there … we had to reach out to them rather than expect them to come to us … We handed over control and asked ‘There you go, we will facilitate, but we will not dictate how to do it. We were hoping that people would give us responses so that we could capture them … but actually this feels like a much more authentic way to work with a collection …. To respond to a collection in the way that the community want to respond. ” Our role is now as a provider and a facilitator.Andrew Payne
  16. 16. Nick Winterbotham
  17. 17. Nick Winterbotham
  18. 18. “ I would like to talk about howwe, the border guards oflearning, can take away theentanglements.One key to educational successlies in social behaviour … there isa capacity for pursuit … Be clearabout the distinction between:‘cognitive gains’ – what youknow; and ‘effective gains’ – ”how you feel afterwards.Nick Winterbotham
  19. 19. “ I would like to talk about howwe, the border guards oflearning, can take away theentanglements.One key to educational successlies in social behaviour … there isa capacity for pursuit … Be clearabout the distinction between:‘cognitive gains’ – what youknow; and ‘effective gains’ – ”how you feel afterwards.Nick Winterbotham
  20. 20. “ I would like to talk about howwe, the border guards oflearning, can take away theentanglements.One key to educational successlies in social behaviour … there isa capacity for pursuit … Be clearabout the distinction between:‘cognitive gains’ – what youknow; and ‘effective gains’ – ”how you feel afterwards.Nick Winterbotham
  21. 21. “ The GEM ‘manifesto’:- Our heritage is not about things it is about people- Everyone has a right to know about and be at eastwith heritage- The multiple narratives of heritage deserve respect ”- Heritage learning is an entitlement for everyoneNick Winterbotham
  22. 22. “ The GEM ‘manifesto’:- Our heritage is not about things it is about people- Everyone has a right to know about and be at eastwith heritage- The multiple narratives of heritage deserve respect ”- Heritage learning is an entitlement for everyoneNick Winterbotham
  23. 23. “ The GEM ‘manifesto’:- Our heritage is not about things it is about people- Everyone has a right to know about and be at eastwith heritage- The multiple narratives of heritage deserve respect ”- Heritage learning is an entitlement for everyoneNick Winterbotham
  24. 24. “ ‘None of us is as smartas all of us’When you co-curate, sometimesit pulls you up short.Does it use all our senses: visual;auditory; kinesthetic; olfactory;gustatory? ”Fun is the oxygen of learningNick Winterbotham
  25. 25. “ ‘None of us is as smartas all of us’When you co-curate, sometimesit pulls you up short.Does it use all our senses: visual;auditory; kinesthetic; olfactory;gustatory? ”Fun is the oxygen of learningNick Winterbotham
  26. 26. “ ‘None of us is as smartas all of us’When you co-curate, sometimesit pulls you up short.Does it use all our senses: visual;auditory; kinesthetic; olfactory;gustatory? ”Fun is the oxygen of learningNick Winterbotham
  27. 27. “ ‘None of us is as smartas all of us’When you co-curate, sometimesit pulls you up short.Does it use all our senses: visual;auditory; kinesthetic; olfactory;gustatory? ”Fun is the oxygen of learningNick Winterbotham
  28. 28. “ ‘None of us is as smartas all of us’When you co-curate, sometimesit pulls you up short.Does it use all our senses: visual;auditory; kinesthetic; olfactory;gustatory? ”Fun is the oxygen of learningNick Winterbotham
  29. 29. Ken Arnold
  30. 30. “ Reinventing our institutions in away that puts control into thehands of users.Another venerable aspect ofmuseums needs to flourish: one inwhich the visitor is not the primeassembler of content, but rather anold-fashioned recipient of pre-curated content. A ‘Gurian-esque’ ”approach to our public offer. Ken Arnold
  31. 31. “ Reinventing our institutions in away that puts control into thehands of users.Another venerable aspect ofmuseums needs to flourish: one inwhich the visitor is not the primeassembler of content, but rather anold-fashioned recipient of pre-curated content. A ‘Gurian-esque’ ”approach to our public offer. Ken Arnold
  32. 32. “ Reinventing our institutions in away that puts control into thehands of users.Another venerable aspect ofmuseums needs to flourish: one inwhich the visitor is not the primeassembler of content, but rather anold-fashioned recipient of pre-curated content. A ‘Gurian-esque’ ”approach to our public offer. Ken Arnold
  33. 33. “ Three durations of visitor experience - the‘tyranny of 90’: 90 minutes for live events;temporary exhibitions 90 days; permanent galleryat least for 90 months.The new ‘Reading Room’: Gallery – Library – EventSpace. Never happened together before. A spacewhere people might spend 90% of their timesitting down.Our role, less a ‘provider’ more an ‘enabler’. Aninstitution prepared to use its public platform totry out ideas – to think out loud ” Ken Arnold
  34. 34. “ Three durations of visitor experience - the‘tyranny of 90’: 90 minutes for live events;temporary exhibitions 90 days; permanent galleryat least for 90 months.The new ‘Reading Room’: Gallery – Library – EventSpace. Never happened together before. A spacewhere people might spend 90% of their timesitting down.Our role, less a ‘provider’ more an ‘enabler’. Aninstitution prepared to use its public platform totry out ideas – to think out loud ” Ken Arnold
  35. 35. “ Three durations of visitor experience - the‘tyranny of 90’: 90 minutes for live events;temporary exhibitions 90 days; permanent galleryat least for 90 months.The new ‘Reading Room’: Gallery – Library – EventSpace. Never happened together before. A spacewhere people might spend 90% of their timesitting down.Our role, less a ‘provider’ more an ‘enabler’. Aninstitution prepared to use its public platform totry out ideas – to think out loud ” Ken Arnold
  36. 36. “ Three durations of visitor experience - the‘tyranny of 90’: 90 minutes for live events;temporary exhibitions 90 days; permanent galleryat least for 90 months.The new ‘Reading Room’: Gallery – Library – EventSpace. Never happened together before. A spacewhere people might spend 90% of their timesitting down.Our role, less a ‘provider’ more an ‘enabler’. Aninstitution prepared to use its public platform totry out ideas – to think out loud ” Ken Arnold
  37. 37. Follow our users(where they are, what they use,what they want to do)Assume museum borders are porous(physical, organisational,intellectual)Treat the museum as an adaptive medium
  38. 38. Follow our users(where they are, what they use,what they want to do)Assume museum borders are porous(physical, organisational,intellectual)Treat the museum as an adaptive medium
  39. 39. Follow our users(where they are, what they use,what they want to do)Assume museum borders are porous(physical, organisational,intellectual)Treat the museum as an adaptive medium
  40. 40. Follow our users(where they are, what they use,what they want to do)Assume museum borders are porous(physical, organisational,intellectual)Treat the museum as an adaptive medium

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