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This is an 'Incomplete Manifesto for the MuseumNext' as presented by Jim Richardson at the Join to Create conference in Amsterdam on 19 January 2010.

This is an 'Incomplete Manifesto for the MuseumNext' as presented by Jim Richardson at the Join to Create conference in Amsterdam on 19 January 2010.

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  • 1.  
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  • 4. Technology has caused a cultural shift; the way that people act is changing. Museums must evolve to meet these changing audience expectations.
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  • 10. Museums should be platforms for exchange, accepting that everyone can have something valid to contribute.
  • 11. Bit.ly/mnm_1
  • 12. Bit.ly/mnm_1
  • 13. Bit.ly/mnm_2
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  • 15. Bit.ly/mnm_3
  • 16. http://on.fb.me/mnm_4
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  • 18. We should use technology to take people behind-the-scenes and to give them direct access to our staff and expertise.
  • 19. Bit.ly/mnm_5
  • 20. Bit.ly/mnm_5
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  • 22. Bit.ly/mnm_6
  • 23. Bit.ly/mnm_7
  • 24. Bit.ly/mnm_8
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  • 26. We will use technology to create new opportunities for our audiences to volunteer their time to help make our museums better.
  • 27. Bit.ly/mnm_9
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  • 29. Bit.ly/mnm_10
  • 30. Bit.ly/mnm_11
  • 31. Bit.ly/mnm_12
  • 32. Bit.ly/mnm_13
  • 33. Bit.ly/mnm_13
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  • 35. Museums need to look beyond delivering the same experience to all their visitors and use technology to give personalised experiences.
  • 36. Bit.ly/mnm_14
  • 37. Bit.ly/mnm_15
  • 38. Bit.ly/mnm_16
  • 39. Bit.ly/mnm_16
  • 40. Bit.ly/mnm_17
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  • 42. Technology should be used by museums to bring people together and extend the reach of our community projects.
  • 43. Bit.ly/mnm_18
  • 44. Bit.ly/mnm_19
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  • 46. We should give our audiences the opportunity to be the protagonist in the museum experience or story, acknowledging that many people prefer this way of learning.
  • 47. Bit.ly/mnm_20
  • 48. Bit.ly/mnm_20
  • 49. Bit.ly/mnm_21
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  • 54. Bit.ly/mnm_22
  • 55. Bit.ly/mnm_22
  • 56.  
  • 57. A museum should not only be a place to see other people ’ s creativity, it should be a platform to encourage everyone to be creative.
  • 58. Bit.ly/mnm_23
  • 59. Bit.ly/mnm_24
  • 60. Bit.ly/mnm_25
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  • 62. Technology enables a museum to engage with people outside of its physical location, increasing geographic reach and the impact which it can have.
  • 63. Bit.ly/mnm_26
  • 64. Bit.ly/mnm_27
  • 65. Bit.ly/mnm_28
  • 66. Bit.ly/mnm_28
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  • 68. How do you think technology can make museums better? .
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  • 70. Find this incomplete manifesto here: Bit.ly/mnmanifesto
  • 71. @sumojim www.museumnext.org www.sumodesign.co.uk