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A keynote address on three technologies to improve the museum visitor experience: responsive, sharing, and mission-driven. Presented by Nina Simon of Museum 2.0 at the California Association of ...

A keynote address on three technologies to improve the museum visitor experience: responsive, sharing, and mission-driven. Presented by Nina Simon of Museum 2.0 at the California Association of Museums conference on March 4, 2010 in San Jose.

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  • three technologies for the future of museums (and the future is now) nina simon, museum 2.0 nina@museumtwo.com @ninaksimon on twitter slides at: http://bit.ly/reflecttech
  • Image by Michael Molenda on Flickr
  • when it comes to technology, what’s good is more important than what’s new.
  • what’s good for visitors?
  • three technologies for visitors ✴ be responsive ✴ let me share my experience ✴ help me connect to the mission
  • three technologies for visitors ✴ be responsive ✴ let me share my experience ✴ help me connect to the mission
  • less like this more like this
  • how do you know if someone has been to your museum before?
  • Photo by Jessie Cutts on Flickr
  • how do you know if someone is a member or special visitor?
  • how can you help visitors find experiences that will be most valuable to them?
  • ilikemuseums.com
  • are recommendation engines too limiting?
  • curated recommendation engines
  • recommendation engines with other values As serious readers, books make our world. A shared book is a sort of shared space between two people. As far as I’m concerned, the more of these the better. So, in the spirit of unity and understanding, why not enter your favorite book, then read its opposite? -Tim Spaulding, Librarything
  • Chicago History Museum Staff of Life grocery store
  • web 2.0 is software that gets better the more people use it -Tim O’Reilly, technologist and publisher
  • an exhibit that gets better the more people use it? Ontario Science Centre
  • an exhibit that gets better the more people use it? Worcester City Gallery and Museum
  • an exhibit that gets better the more people use it? Worcester City Gallery and Museum
  • an exhibit that gets better the more people use it? Worcester City Gallery and Museum
  • three technologies for visitors ✴ be responsive ✴ let me share my experience ✴ help me connect to the mission
  • Photo by Dimitry van den Berg
  • Photo by Dimitry van den Berg
  • I like to think of museums as making history and art accessible to all; with photo restrictions, it can be an elite crowd. Imagine how a passion for art could be spread when someone, largely "ignorant" of art gets excited by a co-worker's pics and saves up and plans a trip to see a work, or works, that they would not otherwise see in their lifetime? And takes pics to send to their friends? Or someone who could never possibly afford to travel to great museums can live vicariously through a friend? This is making art accessible! Roberta, world traveler
  • sharing on other platforms
  • Chicago Children’s Museum
  • three technologies for visitors ✴ be responsive ✴ let me share my experience ✴ help me connect to the mission
  • The mission of The New York Public Library is to inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen our communities.
  • The mission of The New York Public Library is to inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen our communities.
  • Jessica Pigza Rare book librarian
  • Jessica Pigza Rare book librarian Josh Greenberg Director of Digital Strategy
  • blog http://www.nypl.org/blog_series/hand-made
  • blog
  • blog
  • video http://www.nypl.org/av_display/series/47883
  • video
  • Photo by Shira Kronzon on Flickr
  • Photos by Shira Kronzon on Flickr
  • My boss knows that I find this to be very satisfying, but he also recognizes that it’s a good thing for the institution in general. He is one of the people who recognizes the connection between handicraft and history and rare books. inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen our communities
  • what technology will help visitors connect to your mission? what technology will be genuinely useful and delightful for them?
  • continue the conversation... @ninaksimon http://bit.ly/reflecttech nina@museumtwo.com