MW 2010 - Web team

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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
  • MW 2010 - Web team

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

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