Nancy Proctor: CENDI - NFAIS Mobile Computing Workshop 18 November 2010

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  • Mobile is global, and its reach is key to “the increase and diffusion of knowledge” in the 21st centuryMobile is opening up access to and dialogue with new audiences in:Emerging global marketsDeveloping nationsRural/remote communitiesSpanning generationsNiche communities of interest and passion for SI’s collections and researchMobile gives us new tools for scholarship, research, outreach and staying relevant to our constituentsMobile challenges us to ‘think differently’ about how we do business in a new learning & communications economy
  • Nancy Proctor: CENDI - NFAIS Mobile Computing Workshop 18 November 2010

    1. 1. MobileDeliveryofContent: Nancy Proctor, Smithsonian Institution proctorn@si.edu CENDI/NFAIS 18 November 2010 Mobile Computing: Delivering Content to the Research Community Mobile as Social Media
    2. 2. It’s not (just) about the technology
    3. 3. Mobile is a unique mix: and the social of the personal
    4. 4. Mobile is Disruptive • A new set of tools and platforms for communications, learning and developing and distributing content • A fundamentally new way of connecting, collaborating and educating Photo CC licensed: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jdlasica/138927384/ Nancy Proctor proctorn@si.edu
    5. 5. In the Museum as Distributed Network… 7
    6. 6. …at least half of the Museum’s platforms are already mobile. 8
    7. 7. So if we want to meet our audiences where they are And take them some place new…
    8. 8. Mobile is a great vehicle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ILQrUrEWe8 10
    9. 9. Nancy Proctor proctorn@si.edu
    10. 10. Mobile Strategic Planning: First principles 1. The only certainty in the mobile landscape is change – so we need an adaptive, standards-based approach to our mobile strategy and solutions development 2. Because of the rapid rate of mobile technology obsolescence, we will build for mobile audiences, not specific platforms and gadgets 3. Because of our public mandate and responsibility, wherever possible SI Mobile will make its resources, best practices, and mobile products available for others to adapt and build upon Nancy Proctor proctorn@si.edu
    11. 11. Smithsonian Mobile: a summary 1. A Smithsonian Mobile Architecture and framework for connecting our mobile properties to each other and other digital initiatives 2. Standards for content and data management 3. Resources: Best practices documentation, training, collection of code, processes and other common mobile features 4. Infrastructure: Drupal, LAMP, wifi, etc. Five main components:
    12. 12. Mobile Content Standards http://wiki.museummobile.info/standards
    13. 13. Thinking about content and experience Means going from headphones to microphones
    14. 14. Museum
    15. 15. Museum
    16. 16. Think network effects Edward Hoover, 2010, from Flickr.
    17. 17. Think Cross-platform Audio player Multimedia player Cellphone Personal media player (offline) Smart Mobile Browser phones Mobile App Soundtrack x x (x) X X X Soundbite X X X x X X Interactive X X X Link X X x Feedback X X X Social media X X http://wiki.museummobile.info
    18. 18. Think Conversational Halsey Burgund’s Scapes deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum Lincoln, MA – until Jan 1, 2011 http://vimeo.com/15058020
    19. 19. Mobile Art Janet Cardiff, Words Drawn in Water, 2005
    20. 20. Over 20 Podcasts from across SI
    21. 21. Numerous cellphone tours •NASM "Explore the Universe" •NPG “Faces of the Frontier” exhibition •NPG "Mask of Lincoln" exhibition •NPG “Hide/Seek” exhibition •AAA exhibition •NMAI gardens •SAAM Luce Center audio tour •SAAM “William Wegman” exhibition
    22. 22. NASM “Got a Question?” Txt Test • one week • 84 unique users • 88 responses http://smithsonian-webstrategy.wikispaces.com/NASMmobile_gotaquestion
    23. 23. Chandra Xray Observatory
    24. 24. Collections.SI.edu
    25. 25. NMNH Leaf Identifier App
    26. 26. MEanderthal http://smithsonian-webstrategy.wikispaces.com/MEanderthal
    27. 27. mLearning Workshops
    28. 28. Mobile Learning at the Hirshhorn
    29. 29. Plus, in development: “Using Technology to Support STEM Reading” Matthew H. Schneps, Jamie K. O’Keeffe, Amanda Heffner-Wong, Gerhard Sonnert of the Laboratory for Visual Learning Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Journal of Special Education Technology
    30. 30. More about Mobile  http://smithsonian- webstrategy.wikispaces.com/Mobile  http://wiki.museummobile.info/  http://tatehandheldconference.pbworks.com  #mtogo  #simobile  Nancy Proctor proctorn@si.edu

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