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  • 1. NAEA Issues Forum Negotiating New Ground — The Impact of the Changing Learning Environment April 16, 2010
  • 2. Questions to Consider
    • What kinds of skills –pedagogical, technological, and organizational–are needed for museum educators to thrive in this learning environment?
    • What kind of internal and external partnerships can museums develop to gain these skills, share resources, and enhance learning for all ages?
    • What is on the horizon for museums and learning?
  • 3.
    • Kris Wetterlund
    • Editor
    • Museum-ed.org
  • 4. Arts Tech Mob
  • 5. Arts Tech Mob
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        • search for #NAEA10
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        • http://tinyurl.com/museum-edflickr
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        • http://tinyurl.com/museum-edblog
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        • http://www.museum-ed.org
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  • 8.
    • Rina Kundu, Ph.D.
    • Assistant Professor,
    • Department of Art Education & Art History
    • College of Visual Arts and Design
    • University of North Texas
  • 9. Sample Pachyderms as Digital Narratives
    • How technology can be used to overcome the physical limitations of the museological space?
    • How can it redefine teaching and learning within this space?
    • How can students construct digital narratives which engages viewers in both the production and reception of art?
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    • How can universities model teaching and
    • learning in relationship to contemporary
    • cultural practices at large?
  • 11. Hierarchical forms of knowledge and power give way to multiple ways of knowing and broad-based collective action Discoverers vs. Constructivists Relational Art Internet DIY Approach Service-based Economy
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  • 15.
    • Rachel Kuniansky Varon
    • Project Manager, Special Projects
    • New Media Consortium
  • 16. Digital Education Project for Texas Art Museums
    • Funded by the Edward & Betty Marcus Foundation
    • Digital Storytelling Workshops
    • Minigrants
    • Primary Goals:
      • Teach digital media skills
      • Provide equipment and training
      • Stimulate collaboration between museums
      • Create shared resources
  • 17. Digital Education Project for Texas Art Museums http://marcus.nmc.org
  • 18. M ID EA
    • Marcus Institute for Digital Education in the Arts
    • Permanent Institute housed at the NMC
    • 2010 minigrant projects underway
    • Online & in-person trainings
    • Horizon Report: Museum Edition
    • http://midea.nmc.org will be released soon
    • Goals: showcase best practices, encourage innovation, and strengthen education in the arts
  • 19.
    • Kate Rawlinson
    • Assistant Director for Education
    • & Public Programs
    • The Wolfsonian- FIU
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  • 33. Getting up to speed with current developments in technology is not easy without access to training resources, namely funds, or contacts, being in a rural area. The challenge is still to find the right tool for the right approach. As an independent consultant I find new technology has made it possible for me not only to reach so many more people than was ever possible before but also to INVOLVE them in the ongoing development and creation of new programs. At the same time, the almost limitless possibilities of the medium can become a burden at times. It can be very difficult to maintain all the different strategies that are possible and, sometimes, expected. I don't like that many people believe technology can effectively *replace* the visitor experience (ie, via online collections, etc).
  • 34. Questions to Consider
    • What kinds of skills –pedagogical, technological, and organizational–are needed for museum educators to thrive in this learning environment?
    • What kind of internal and external partnerships can museums develop to gain these skills, share resources, and enhance learning for all ages?
    • What is on the horizon for museums and learning?
  • 35. Contact Info
    • Kate Rawlinson
    • [email_address]
    • Rina Kundu
    • rina@kundu@unt.edu
    Rachel Varon [email_address] Kris Wetterlund [email_address]