Learning from
mobile experiences
Museums Get Mobile!
16 May 2014
in museums
Images by benedictjohnson.com
Shelley Mannion
...
Increasingly,
visitors access the
British Museum
website through
mobile devices.
Get away from stop-based
treasure hunts
Active and participatory
Experiential
Collaborative
Accommodate different
learning...
Gift
for Athena
Content
Collaboration
Interaction styles
Testing and evaluation
Content
Fragmentation is vital to the
production of the museum
both as a space of posited
meaning and as a space of
abstraction. ....
Opportunity?
Gift for Athena
https://vimeo.com/95471372
The Museum Game – National Museum Australia
http://www.nma.gov.au/engage-learn/game
Collaboration
Screen size
Friendship groups
Role of analogue
Social interaction
Heist by Ideum
http://vimeopro.com/ideum/openexhibits/video/30206823
Interaction styles
Gifts for Athena – Challenge 1
https://vimeo.com/95501915
Very creative and you can remember
it more if you do something yourself.
Student 65
Image Al Jazeera English on Flickr
It felt like I was actually
throwing those sins away. 41
I found qualities of myself
which I would like to lose. 84
Made m...
Frohberg, et al 2009
Adapted by Doll 2012: 31
Only 11 of 102
mobile learning
apps used this
approach
Voice recording,
draw...
Testing and evaluation
User journey map create by Gamar
Drawings from post-session questionnaire
Image by Patrick Lauke on Flickr
Exhibition banners
Map plinths
Visitor guide
Top 10 map
Souvenir book
Visitor services st...
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums
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Presentation summarising five years of mobile learning projects and their evaluation in the British Museum's Samsung Digital Discovery Centre. This was presented at the MCG Museums Get Mobile! event in Bristol on 16 May 2014.

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Learning from Mobile Experiences in Museums

  1. 1. Learning from mobile experiences Museums Get Mobile! 16 May 2014 in museums Images by benedictjohnson.com Shelley Mannion British Museum
  2. 2. Increasingly, visitors access the British Museum website through mobile devices.
  3. 3. Get away from stop-based treasure hunts Active and participatory Experiential Collaborative Accommodate different learning styles
  4. 4. Gift for Athena
  5. 5. Content Collaboration Interaction styles Testing and evaluation
  6. 6. Content
  7. 7. Fragmentation is vital to the production of the museum both as a space of posited meaning and as a space of abstraction. ..meaning derives not from the original context of the fragments but from their juxtaposition in a new context. From Destination Culture, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
  8. 8. Opportunity?
  9. 9. Gift for Athena https://vimeo.com/95471372
  10. 10. The Museum Game – National Museum Australia http://www.nma.gov.au/engage-learn/game
  11. 11. Collaboration
  12. 12. Screen size
  13. 13. Friendship groups
  14. 14. Role of analogue
  15. 15. Social interaction
  16. 16. Heist by Ideum http://vimeopro.com/ideum/openexhibits/video/30206823
  17. 17. Interaction styles
  18. 18. Gifts for Athena – Challenge 1 https://vimeo.com/95501915
  19. 19. Very creative and you can remember it more if you do something yourself. Student 65
  20. 20. Image Al Jazeera English on Flickr
  21. 21. It felt like I was actually throwing those sins away. 41 I found qualities of myself which I would like to lose. 84 Made me feel pure and took my anger away. 53
  22. 22. Frohberg, et al 2009 Adapted by Doll 2012: 31 Only 11 of 102 mobile learning apps used this approach Voice recording, drawing
  23. 23. Testing and evaluation
  24. 24. User journey map create by Gamar
  25. 25. Drawings from post-session questionnaire
  26. 26. Image by Patrick Lauke on Flickr Exhibition banners Map plinths Visitor guide Top 10 map Souvenir book Visitor services staff Multimedia guide Digital signage screens Visitors’ own devices Information ecosystem

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