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Developing Electronic Educational Content for Museums
2010 Educational Technology Think Tank
Think Tank Participants <ul><li>Willamarie Moore </li></ul><ul><li>MFA Boston   </li></ul><ul><li>Tina Olson </li></ul><ul...
Full Think Tank Recommendations http://bit.ly/attA9h
 
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  - MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Art21 Educators Marc Mayer - Art21
Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
Art Finder Art Collector Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
What can museum-based educational technology do well?
What can museum-based educational technology do well? <ul><li>Break down physical and geographic barriers. </li></ul>Slide...
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
What can museum-based educational technology do well? <ul><li>A single product can support the learning styles and interes...
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
What can technology do well? <ul><li>Sharing process, product and revision while integrating community feedback. </li></ul...
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Marc Mayer - Art21
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Marc Mayer - Art21
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Marc Mayer - Art21
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Marc Mayer - Art21
 
 
What can museum-based educational technology do well? <ul><li>Web Interactivity provides models that can be customized and...
Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
What are some of the greatest challenges in working with educational technology?
Greatest challenges <ul><li>Engaging educators in iterative, technology-based work processes.  </li></ul><ul><li>User expe...
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
Greatest challenges <ul><li>Hard to manage massive amounts of fragmented static content </li></ul>12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide ...
Greatest challenges <ul><li>Hard to manage massive amounts of fragmented static content </li></ul><ul><li>Sustainability o...
Challenges <ul><li>A dynamic online environment needs to be attended to </li></ul>Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
Challenges <ul><li>A dynamic online environment needs to be attended to </li></ul><ul><li>Communities of users need cultiv...
Challenges <ul><li>A dynamic online environment needs to be attended to </li></ul><ul><li>Communities of users need cultiv...
Challenges <ul><li>A dynamic online environment needs to be attended to </li></ul><ul><li>Communities of users need cultiv...
Challenges <ul><li>A dynamic online environment needs to be attended to </li></ul><ul><li>Communities of users need cultiv...
Recommendations for developing electronic educational content for museums.
Recommendations <ul><li>Involve multiple stakeholders in the beginning – Collaboration and buy-in from target audience </l...
Recommendations <ul><li>Involve multiple stakeholders in the beginning – Collaboration and buy-in from target audience </l...
12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide  Willamarie Moore  -  MFA Boston
Recommendations <ul><li>Develop trust and respect users as producers - foster and invest in crowd-sourcing.    </li></ul>1...
Recommendations <ul><li>Develop trust and respect users as producers - foster and invest in crowd-sourcing.    </li></ul><...
Recommendations <ul><li>Develop trust and respect users as producers - foster and invest in crowd-sourcing.    </li></ul><...
Recommendations <ul><li>If you decide to develop an interactive web site with user-created content, consider developing a ...
When you submit a Set you are sharing it  with everyone who uses ArtsConnectEd. Please consider the following before you c...
What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content?
What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Adopt a broader definition of wh...
What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Adopt a broader definition of wh...
What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Adopt a broader definition of wh...
What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Adopt a broader definition of wh...
What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Develop systems and processes fo...
What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Develop systems and processes fo...
What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Develop systems and processes fo...
What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Develop systems and processes fo...
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AAM 2010 Developing Electronic Educational Content for Museums Thinktank

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AAM 2010 Developing Electronic Educational Content for Museums Thinktank

  1. 1. Developing Electronic Educational Content for Museums
  2. 2. 2010 Educational Technology Think Tank
  3. 3. Think Tank Participants <ul><li>Willamarie Moore </li></ul><ul><li>MFA Boston </li></ul><ul><li>Tina Olson </li></ul><ul><li>Portland Museum of Art </li></ul><ul><li>Tim Svenonious </li></ul><ul><li>SFMOMA </li></ul><ul><li>Marc Mayer </li></ul><ul><li>Art21 </li></ul><ul><li>Sarah Schultz Susan Rotilie </li></ul><ul><li>Robin Dowden Abby Anderson Walker Art Center </li></ul><ul><li>Sheila McGuire Treden Wagoner Minneapolis Institute of Art </li></ul><ul><li>Kris Wetterlund </li></ul><ul><li>Scott Sayre </li></ul><ul><li>Sandbox Studios </li></ul>
  4. 4. Full Think Tank Recommendations http://bit.ly/attA9h
  5. 6. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  6. 7. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Art21 Educators Marc Mayer - Art21
  7. 8. Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  8. 9. Art Finder Art Collector Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  9. 10. What can museum-based educational technology do well?
  10. 11. What can museum-based educational technology do well? <ul><li>Break down physical and geographic barriers. </li></ul>Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  11. 12. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  12. 13. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  13. 14. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  14. 15. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  15. 16. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  16. 17. What can museum-based educational technology do well? <ul><li>A single product can support the learning styles and interests of multiple audiences. </li></ul>Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  17. 18. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  18. 19. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  19. 20. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  20. 21. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  21. 22. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
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  23. 24. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  24. 25. What can technology do well? <ul><li>Sharing process, product and revision while integrating community feedback. </li></ul><ul><li>Captures content (people, processes and events) with unscripted spontaneity. </li></ul>12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Marc Mayer - Art21
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  26. 27. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Marc Mayer - Art21
  27. 28. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Marc Mayer - Art21
  28. 29. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Marc Mayer - Art21
  29. 32. What can museum-based educational technology do well? <ul><li>Web Interactivity provides models that can be customized and dynamic . </li></ul>Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  30. 33. Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  31. 34. Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  32. 35. Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  33. 36. Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  34. 37. Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  35. 38. What are some of the greatest challenges in working with educational technology?
  36. 39. Greatest challenges <ul><li>Engaging educators in iterative, technology-based work processes. </li></ul><ul><li>User expectations that content creators use state-of-the-art, intuitive methods and technologies. </li></ul>12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  37. 40. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  38. 41. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  39. 42. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  40. 43. Greatest challenges <ul><li>Hard to manage massive amounts of fragmented static content </li></ul>12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Marc Mayer - Art21
  41. 44. Greatest challenges <ul><li>Hard to manage massive amounts of fragmented static content </li></ul><ul><li>Sustainability of technological platforms, resources and hardware </li></ul>12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Marc Mayer - Art21
  42. 45. Challenges <ul><li>A dynamic online environment needs to be attended to </li></ul>Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  43. 46. Challenges <ul><li>A dynamic online environment needs to be attended to </li></ul><ul><li>Communities of users need cultivating and tending </li></ul>Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  44. 47. Challenges <ul><li>A dynamic online environment needs to be attended to </li></ul><ul><li>Communities of users need cultivating and tending </li></ul><ul><li>No content is ever “se t in stone ” </li></ul>Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  45. 48. Challenges <ul><li>A dynamic online environment needs to be attended to </li></ul><ul><li>Communities of users need cultivating and tending </li></ul><ul><li>No content is ever “se t in stone ” </li></ul><ul><li>Technology is ever changing </li></ul>Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  46. 49. Challenges <ul><li>A dynamic online environment needs to be attended to </li></ul><ul><li>Communities of users need cultivating and tending </li></ul><ul><li>No content is ever “se t in stone ” </li></ul><ul><li>Technology is ever changing </li></ul><ul><li>Conclusion: Dynamic technology projects need to become part of the work flow for staff going forward </li></ul>Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  47. 50. Recommendations for developing electronic educational content for museums.
  48. 51. Recommendations <ul><li>Involve multiple stakeholders in the beginning – Collaboration and buy-in from target audience </li></ul>12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  49. 52. Recommendations <ul><li>Involve multiple stakeholders in the beginning – Collaboration and buy-in from target audience </li></ul><ul><li>Provide context for how material is designed to be used (learning, audience, timeliness) </li></ul>12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  50. 53. 12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Willamarie Moore - MFA Boston
  51. 54. Recommendations <ul><li>Develop trust and respect users as producers - foster and invest in crowd-sourcing.  </li></ul>12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Marc Mayer - Art21
  52. 55. Recommendations <ul><li>Develop trust and respect users as producers - foster and invest in crowd-sourcing.  </li></ul><ul><li>Cultivate community of learners.  </li></ul>12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Marc Mayer - Art21
  53. 56. Recommendations <ul><li>Develop trust and respect users as producers - foster and invest in crowd-sourcing.  </li></ul><ul><li>Cultivate community of learners.  </li></ul><ul><li>Strengthen bonds and relationships that are made in person. </li></ul>12:08 AM AAM 2010 Slide Marc Mayer - Art21
  54. 57. Recommendations <ul><li>If you decide to develop an interactive web site with user-created content, consider developing a “s o ft criteria ” (guidelines and models) for user submitted content. </li></ul>Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  55. 58. When you submit a Set you are sharing it with everyone who uses ArtsConnectEd. Please consider the following before you choose to submit a Set: * Write a Description for your set that includes the main idea your set illustrates and how you would use the resource in the classroom * Use Spell Check and write clearly throughout * If you quote someone else’s words, name the source * For each slide, consider what you will include in the Annotation box. You may use museum label information to identify images, include existing texts or links, write your own questions/comments, or leave it blank to just show the image. Susan Rotilie - Walker Art Center
  56. 59. What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content?
  57. 60. What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Adopt a broader definition of what our content is, including the embracing of a more informal voice </li></ul>
  58. 61. What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Adopt a broader definition of what our content is, including the embracing of a more informal voice </li></ul><ul><li>Recognize and value their role as a public content provider </li></ul>
  59. 62. What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Adopt a broader definition of what our content is, including the embracing of a more informal voice </li></ul><ul><li>Recognize and value their role as a public content provider </li></ul><ul><li>Provide a system for rapidly responding to opportunities to capture media (documentation) </li></ul>
  60. 63. What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Adopt a broader definition of what our content is, including the embracing of a more informal voice </li></ul><ul><li>Recognize and value their role as a public content provider </li></ul><ul><li>Provide a system for rapidly responding to opportunities to capture media (documentation) </li></ul><ul><li>Develop standards for the craft of capturing content - interview processes, content and production standards </li></ul>
  61. 64. What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Develop systems and processes for facilitating production, work flow, integration and access </li></ul>
  62. 65. What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Develop systems and processes for facilitating production, work flow, integration and access </li></ul><ul><li>Develop technical knowledge within in-house staff to guide development, even if it is performed by external contractors </li></ul>
  63. 66. What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Develop systems and processes for facilitating production, work flow, integration and access </li></ul><ul><li>Develop technical knowledge within in-house staff to guide development, even if it is performed by external contractors </li></ul><ul><li>Value the importance of collecting and archiving electronic media and documentation as much as accessioned items </li></ul>
  64. 67. What roles can museums play in supporting the development of educational content? <ul><li>Develop systems and processes for facilitating production, work flow, integration and access </li></ul><ul><li>Develop technical knowledge within in-house staff to guide development, even if it is performed by external contractors </li></ul><ul><li>Value the importance of collecting and archiving electronic media and documentation as much as accessioned items </li></ul><ul><li>Build knowledge of best practices and uses of educational technology through staff, director, and Board training </li></ul>
  65. 68. Questions, Questions, Questions Twitter #aam2010

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