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Sharing and reuse museum objects in learning environment

  1. 1. Sharing and reuse of museum objects in learning environments V. Ferrara,, A. Macchia, S. Sapia, F. Lella MWF2014: Museums and Web International Conference Febrary 19-21 2014 - Florence
  2. 2. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Technologies in Cultural Heritage In recent years museum staff have developed online catalogues and repositories
  3. 3. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Technologies in Cultural Heritage Massive Digitalization How best to use the large amount of information
  4. 4. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Technologies in Cultural Heritage Linked Data technology Has suggested to … display, share and connect information via URI
  5. 5. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Technologies in Cultural Heritage Linked Data allows • Catalogues interoperability • heterogeneus data connection • To build links • To search for semantic associations • Reusing of data
  6. 6. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Digital Agenda for Europe Accessibility and reuse :“The online accessibility of cultural material will make it possible for citizens throughout Europe to access and use it for leisure, studies or work. Moreover, the digitised material can be reused – for both commercial and non-commercial purposes – for uses such as developing learning and educational content, documentaries, tourism applications, games, animations and design tools, provided that this is done with full respect for copyright and related rights“ [EU Commission Recommendation, 2011]. OPEN DATA
  7. 7. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Technologies in Cultural Heritage Open data and Museums Object Museums Metadata are available for reusing Teaching Tourism Creative Industry
  8. 8. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara – Sonia Sapia Technologies in Teaching Allow •To establish new training •To use online engaging content to students •To work out multisciplinary lessons
  9. 9. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Teaching Resources Lesson
  10. 10. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Technologies in Cultural Heritage Application for teachers Teacher Center Canada Virtual Museum http://www.museevirtuel-virtualmuseum.ca/edu/Login.do?method=load NOT JUST METADATA! Rijskmuseum in Amsterdam https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/explore-the-collection
  11. 11. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara
  12. 12. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza FerraraHet melkmeisje, Johannes Vermeer, ca. 1660 da WeBSite Rijskmuseum
  13. 13. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Critical issues •The Language and terminology adopted by museum staff are not easily accessible and understandable •The online catalogues have limited information related to educational courses
  14. 14. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Proposal •Designing a framework which enables to the museum staff and the teachers to annotate museum objects with educational content •Allow to teachers and student to download museum information on their own PC •Allow to teachers to integrate contents of cultural heritage and education into the hypermedia lesson by using CMS tool
  15. 15. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara MUSED Project Proposal for reusing digital resources in teaching 2012 “Museum and environmental information for science teaching:towards a Learning Management System” Project supported by the Italian Ministry of Education Val Maggia primary School Digilab Research Center of Sapienza University of Rome Museums of Sapienza University of Rome
  16. 16. 5 novembre 2010Vincenza Ferrara POLO Museale Repository History of Medicine Origins Near East Herbarium Chemistry Mineralogy PMS
  17. 17. PMS CULTURALITALIA EUROPEANA MUSED ANNOTATION TOOLCOMMUNITY SCHOOL MUSED (Museum and Education)
  18. 18. Vincenza Ferrara Project Scheme
  19. 19. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara At the end of Project vide The user will be able •to find museum object interested in learning •to find topics connected to different museum objects •to find lessons based on museum objects
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  24. 24. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara vide New catalogue
  25. 25. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara vide Search object
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  30. 30. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara vide Project results – Hypermedia Lesson
  31. 31. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara vide Project results – Hypermedia Lesson
  32. 32. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara vide The next steps Surveys to students to verify •the museum enhancement, •project impact on teaching, •the results obtained and any critical issues
  33. 33. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara Conclusion and Perspectives Mused with Annotation tool will be able to increase museum object contents interesting in teaching environment •Encourage museum visits •Improve the relationship between museums and educational context •Increase using and re-using cultural heritage
  34. 34. 5 novembre 2010 Vincenza Ferrara vide http://mused.uniroma1.it For Further Information
  35. 35. Thanks for your attention! Vincenza.ferrara@uniroma1.it MWF2014: Museums and Web International Conference Febrary 19-21 2014 - Florence

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