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A talk for the 2008 MAAM Creating Exhibitions conference with David Klevan from the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. I provide framework about Web 2.0 and museums, David provides examples from the ...

A talk for the 2008 MAAM Creating Exhibitions conference with David Klevan from the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. I provide framework about Web 2.0 and museums, David provides examples from the "story" of USHMM and Web 2.0 initiatives,

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    Creating Exhibitions with Web 2.0 Creating Exhibitions with Web 2.0 Presentation Transcript

    • What is Web 2.0? How Can We Apply it to Museum Exhibitions? nina simon + david klevan nina@museumtwo.com 831/331.5460
    • four key elements of web 2.0 ‣venue as content platform, not content provider ‣architecture of participation with network effects ‣perpetual beta ‣flexible, modular support for distributed products
    • 1 Venue as Platform
    • VENUE AS PLATFORM FACILITATES PRODUCTION AND SHARING OF USER- GENERATED CONTENT
    • MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS AS PLATFORMS VISITOR-CREATED COLLECTIONS, VISITOR-SUBMITTED STORIES
    • 2 Architecture of Participation with Network Effects* * GETS BETTER THE MORE PEOPLE USE IT
    • Web 2.0 networks individuals
    • ME-TO-WE DESIGN HOW WEB 2.0 NETWORKS INDIVIDUALS