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3D Museums: tactile learning, greater access

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Here are the slides for a presentation I gave at Faro's "Heritage, virtual and augmented" conference in Brussels in November 2016.

http://www.faronet.be/kalender/erfgoed-virtueel-en-augmented

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3D Museums: tactile learning, greater access

  1. 1. 3D Museums:
 tactile learning, greater access George Oates CEO & Co-founder @ Museum in a Box @ukglo @_museuminabox Faro, Brussels, 29 November 2016
  2. 2. George Oates Adrian McEwen Thomas Flynn
  3. 3. Many museums only have about 5% of their collection on display.
 
 How can we help show 10%, 20%, or even 100%?
  4. 4. We’re bringing museums to the classroom.
  5. 5. 21st Century skills + Object-based learning
  6. 6. 21st Century skills
 www.p21.org 
 
 cogent reasoning, evidence collection, critical-thinking, problem-solving, analytical
 communication
  7. 7. OBJECT Production Materials Historical implications Aesthetic value Environmental relevance Use Social implications Relations to other objects Value Object’s history Complementary information ‘Learning from Objects’ diagram. DfES publication DfES/0159/2002, page 11. Published by RCMG, Feb 2002
  8. 8. Object as prompt
  9. 9. Tactile response
  10. 10. Robust, replicable, replaceable museum objects
  11. 11. Use cheap, open tech; encourage DIY
  12. 12. Record your impression, narrative, counter-narrative
  13. 13. Exponential increase in access?
  14. 14. Objects connected
  15. 15. Objects come alive
  16. 16. Thanks!
 
 Museum in a Box: 
 tactile learning, greater access George Oates CEO & Co-founder @ Museum in a Box @ukglo glo@museuminabox.org @_museuminabox

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