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Museums & the Web 2012 session presented by Steven Gray UCL CASA and Claire Ross, UCLDH ...

Museums & the Web 2012 session presented by Steven Gray UCL CASA and Claire Ross, UCLDH

Enhancing Museum Narratives with the QRator Project: a Tasmanian devil, a Platypus and a Dead Man in a Box.

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    Enhancing Museum Narratives with the QRator Project Enhancing Museum Narratives with the QRator Project Presentation Transcript

    • Steven Gray - @frogoCentre for Advanced Spatial AnalysisClaire Ross - @clairey_rossUCL Digital Humanities UCL Museums & Collections
    • A Tasmanian devil,
    • a Platypus,
    • and a Dead Man in a Box.
    • (with a few moles thrown in!)
    • About QRatorCollaborative project betweenUCL Digital Humanities,CASA & UCL Museum andCollectionsDeveloping new kinds ofcontent, co-curated bymembers of the public andacademic researchers.Establishing new interactiveconnections between museumexhibits and public viewing theobjects.
    • Future Work
    • Future Work
    • Thanks to:Andy Hudson-Smith, Centre for Advanced Spatial AnalysisClaire Warwick, UCL Digital HumanitiesMelissa Terras, UCL Digital HumanitiesSally MacDonald, UCL Museums and CollectionsJack Ashby & Mark Carnall, Grant MuseumHilary Jackson, UCL Public Engagement www.qrator.org