Aam Emergingdigitalmuseum 090503


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Are digital technologies changing the way we learn, think and communicate? What might these changes mean for the future of museums? What do digital-savvy guests look for in museum experiences? This blog discusses projects, people and methods for improving the future of guest experiences. We are seeking multidisciplinary perspectives that cut across the realms of research, design and education. The Emerging Digital Museum was also a session at the 2009 American Association of Museums conference.

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  1. 1. The Emerging Digital Museum http://emergingdigitalmuseum.blogspot.com/
  2. 5. Mark Hayward, Creative Lead, Educational Experiences BRC Imagination Arts
  3. 9. Martin Storksdieck, Director of Project Development Institute for Learning Innovation
  4. 11. Mira Cohen, Director of Education Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
  5. 12. Eric Mauriello, Partner/Chief Strategy Officer Operand
  6. 13. Barbara Lombardo, Partner, Americas Learning Solution Leader IBM Global Business Services
  7. 15. How do we define the concept of the emerging digital museum?
  8. 16. Can we adapt traditional museum content development techniques to meet the needs of our changing audience?
  9. 17. How will recent participatory, contributory and collective trends be capitalized on by museums?
  10. 18. How will we use web 2.0 and 3.0 to link physical spaces to virtual communities and worlds?
  11. 19. What trends in formal education will influence how we plan future museum experiences?
  12. 20. Is mobile access to information making the world more museum-like?
  13. 21. How will the emerging digital museum change staffing needs for museums?
  14. 22. Will museums in the near future become oases away from the hyper-linked world around us?
  15. 23. Thank You! http://emergingdigitalmuseum.blogspot.com/