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Short presentation summarizing takeaways from Museums and the Web 2010 for the British Museum's web team in May.

Short presentation summarizing takeaways from Museums and the Web 2010 for the British Museum's web team in May.

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  • Social media features like comments not used well. Shallow content inhibits learning. First indication of sober social media.
  • Evaluation and qualitative analysis. What are visitors reading? How to feed back findings into organization.
  • People were coming, which was good, staying for 9 minutes.
  • They are too expensive and they are locked down sinkholes that don’t encourage kids to look at other things.
  • Overplaying the CMS card

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  • 1. Museums and the Web 2010
    Update for the British Museum’s web team
    Image cc IntiazRahim
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  • 4. Media-Factory
    Swiss Museum of Transport, Lucerne
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  • 13. Educational use of Powerhouse website
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  • 20. Setting data free is not enough because our audiences may not get it.
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  • 22. Recognizing context outside of the museum
    Collecting data from visitors:
    Stories, oral history
    Images from their phones, e.g., that help us document our collections
    Serendipity
    Communities of hobbiests
    Conversations and theatrical experiences
    Collecting data while serving up content
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  • 27. Redesign
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  • 30. Sobering social media
    Mobile (still chaos)
    3D/AR
    Year of Art Babble
    Conversations
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  • 32. Related links
    Educational
    Creativity Resource from Denver Art Museum (for classroom use)http://creativity.denverartmuseum.org
    Caboodle by Culture24http://www.caboodle.org.uk
    Virtual tour of Saint Louis Art Museum for schoolshttp://www.sacreative.com/demos/virtualmovie
    SmartHistory – interpretation based on conversation
    http://smarthistory.org
    Mobile
    Janet Cardiff theatrical audio walkshttp://www.cardiffmiller.com/
    TAP: Mobile CMS for the iPhone (developed by the IMA)http://www.slideshare.net/rstein/tap-a-hybrid-cmsmobile-tour-architecture-for-multiplatform-interactive-content
    Tourahttp://www.toura.com
    NOUSGuidehttp://www.nousguide.com
    Sekai Camera AR application from Keio University (Used in France)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1De9YCeKz_A
    3D
    KuratorTool exhibition builderhttp://kuratortool.dk/
    First World War Digital Poetry Archive in Second Lifehttp://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ww1lit/secondlife