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#Mwf2014 workshop1 people, places, things - how to create connections with audiences, part ii

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Museums and the Web, People, Places and Things, part II

Museums and the Web, People, Places and Things, part II

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    • 1. Case Studies | Methods | Best Practices Dr. Martha Ladly 21/02/2014 Martha Ladly, Professor, OCAD University, Toronto, Canada, Visiting Fellow, European University Institute, Florence
    • 2. THE GUARDIAN: VOICE YOUR VIEW http://voiceyourview.guardiannews.com/
    • 3. TWITTER VIDEO #FOLLOWME Lights, camera, Twitter The microblogging service launches a video tool that allows users to create more traction by instantly creating shareable movies. in partnership with Rumblefish, the world’s largest catalogue of sound and music for social media.
    • 4. INSTAGRAM & VINE VIDEOS Instagram and Vine both allow users to see and share life in motion. Both create short, beautiful, looping videos for friends and family to see and share. http://instagram.com/# https://vine.co/
    • 5. HASHTAG-KILLER: #FIRSTWORLDPROBLEMS HashtagKiller uses uncompromising irony and critique to raise awareness about real world problems -- and gives participants the ability to join in campaigns to support international aid and cultural efforts, using social media. http://showcasedwork.com/hashtagKillerCampaign/
    • 6. GOOGLE ZEITGEIST http://www.google.com/trends/
    • 7. GOOGLE EARTH http://www.google.com/earth/
    • 8. GOOGLE EARTH / MAPS OUTREACH http://www.google.com/earth/outreach/
    • 9. GOOGLE EARTH TOOLS: 3D TOURS http://www.google.com/intl/en/earth/index.html
    • 10. GOOGLE EARTH TOOLS: 3D BUILDINGS http://www.google.com/intl/en/earth/index.html
    • 11. GOOGLE CULTURAL INSTITUTE http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute
    • 12. GOOGLE CULTURAL INSTITUTE http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute
    • 13. GOOGLE CULTURAL INSTITUTE http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute
    • 14. EUROPEANA: EXHIBITIONS http://exhibitions.europeana.eu/
    • 15. INTEL MUSEUM OF ME Allows users to create and explore a visual archive of their social and cultural life, in a museum-like setting. http://www.intel.com/museumofme/
    • 16. INTEL MUSEUM OF ME http://www.intel.com/museumofme/
    • 17. PARK WALK PUBLIC ART PROJECT Park Walk: http://mobilelab.ca/parkwalk/
    • 18. [MURMUR] PUBLIC ART PROJECT [murmur]: http://murmurtoronto.ca/
    • 19. RT (RETWEET) DRILLER PROJECT
    • 20. CBC NEWSWORLD PROJECT http://www.ocadu.ca
    • 21. ELDERS AND MEMORY PROJECT http://www.ocadu.ca
    • 22. THANK YOU! DR. MARTHA LADLY www.ocadu.ca marthaladly@gmail.com Twitter@marthaladly