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Kidding Around Case Study: British Museum (#mw2012)

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  • Meeter greeter lets families know what to expect and how long it takes. Offers alternatives.
  • We tried different things such as video introductions, but in the end, we found live facilitators are the best.

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  • 1. Passport to the Afterlife
  • 2. Who is it for?FamiliesChildren 7-10
  • 3. What is it?Drop-in activity45-60 minutesTwo-parts: gallery and classroom
  • 4. How does it work?AR mobile trailComic making on computer
  • 5. Finding markers
  • 6. Scanning and decoding markers
  • 7. Collecting answers
  • 8. The backup plan
  • 9. Creating own passport
  • 10. What do you need?Phones?Facilitators!
  • 11. Lanyards?
  • 12. Sturdy markers
  • 13. Well-placed markers
  • 14. Well-lit markers
  • 15. Content
  • 16. Learning framework
  • 17. Useful lessons
  • 18. Modelling makes easy
  • 19. Oh yes.
  • 20. Digital rocks, analogue counts