Museums and the Web

An annual conference exploring the social, cultural, design, technological, economic, and organizational issues of culture, science and heritage on-line.

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Multimedia guide, visitor interaction omnidirectional

Keywords: 
digitization
Keywords: 
usability
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Web 2.0
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cross media
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iPhone application
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blog
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Multimedia Tour
Keywords: 
multimedia tour
Keywords: 
visitor involvement
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exhibition
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mobile interpretation tool
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communication with exhibits
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state-of-the-art
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interact with the exhibition
Abstract: 

NOUS will demonstrate a state-of-the-art visitor engagement and involvement concept with a show case of real interactions from the European Parliament in Brussels/Belgium.

Type: 
Exhibitor Briefing - discuss your product. Confirmed Exhibitors only
Authors: 

KuratorTool

Overgaard, M., & Svensson P. (2010).  KuratorTool. (Trant, Jennifer, David Bearman, Ed.).Museums and the Web 2010. Proceedings.

Bill Nye's Climate Lab

Keywords: 
RFID
Keywords: 
activism
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youth
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interactive
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exhibition
Abstract: 

This demonstration features Chabot Space & Science Center’s development of Bill Nye’s Climate Lab, an integrated learning experience spanning an interactive website and physical exhibition. Designed for a target audience of youth ages 8-14, along with their families and teachers, the online experience consists of a rich 3D and video-integrated site and social media initiatives.

Type: 
Demonstration - show your project
Authors: 

MisterDarwin.eu: A web exhibition based on 2.0 interactivity

Keywords: 
Web 2.0
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exhibit interactive
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exhibition
Keywords: 
science museum
Keywords: 
evolution
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Darwin
Abstract: 

We have been trying to bring the science center's experience to the Web, at Science Museums of Coruña (Spain).

Type: 
Demonstration - show your project
Authors: 

My Ideal City

Keywords: 
urban planning
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virtual worlds
Keywords: 
exhibition
Keywords: 
curatorial practices
Keywords: 
science museums
Abstract: 

The MIC (My Ideal City) project aims to encourage a European dimension in the communication of science and technology through museums events targeting the public.

Type: 
Demonstration - show your project

Exhibit Hall

Type: 
Exhibit
Date & Time: 
Apr 8 2011 - 8:30am
Location: 
Millennium Ballroom

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Archives & Museum Informatics EIN: 77-0708617; GST / BN 887978914

Description

The Exhibit Hall opens with a Reception on Thursday Evening.

Exhibits and Demonstrations will take place all day on Friday and on Saturday morning.