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Åpne data – the Rijksmuseum hacking experience – fra MuseumNext 2012

En av tidens trender (?) er åpne data, API’er og hackaton’er for å vise potensial og muligheter: One of the most exciting trends is the explosion of hacker culture around the world: a growing number of hackers (not the hackers that break into computer systems) build apps based on open data and use social media […]

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Connected Environment Jason daPonte, Swarm

Jason will talk about how mobile experiences will change when everything becomes connected to the internet – not just mobile phones and tablets. He will discuss the ‘silent conversation’ that connects audiences, new devices and objects into the ‘internet of things’ and offer recommendations and opportunities for how museums can suceed in this emerging digital […]

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Remix

A story collection roadshow: Anne Marie Van Gerwen, Europeana Through Community Collection days, objects emerge from people’s attics to begin a new digital existence as part of a European collection. They are re-used and remixed in new events and digital objects such as hackathons and the Otto&Bernard film , spreading stories of this critical historical […]

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The power of data!

Demand Data First: Rich Barrett-Small, Victoria & Albert Museum The Victoria & Albert Museum have used open source technologies in trying to meet today’s high expectations, having information readily available and accessible in a variety of formats. Alle bør ha: API og API-workshops Dette handler om å dele for demokratiske rettigheter og det flotte med […]

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Rethinking museum web pages: Robin Dowden and Nate Solas Walker Art Centre

The Walker Art Center launched their new website (www.walkerart.org) in December 2011. The site, a hub for contemporary arts, has been hailed as a ‘game-changer’ and described as ‘a node, rather than an endpoint.’ Robin Dowden (Director of New Media) will talk about the institutional changes and ideas driving the site, and Nate Solas (Sr. […]

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Spill, det digitale og læring

Are games the teaching tool of the future?: Beth Hawkins & Micol Molinari, Science Museum Futurecade is a game the Science Museum created to engage young people with science. Can a game be both fun and be used in a formal learning setting? Can a game lead to discussion about how science shapes our lives? […]

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Museum and mobile

The Mobile Museum: Allegra Burnette, MoMA The Museum of Modern Art in New York has launched several mobile initiatives over the last eighteen months, including a general phone app, a collection/ exhibition-specific app, mobile websites, & a new activity app. While this presentation will use specific projects as the base of discussion, the focus is […]

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We used augmented reality, now what? Hein Wils, Stedelijk Museum & Ferry Piekart, Independent Consultant

UAR and ARtours are two very successful augmented reality projects. Both received raving reviews and were labelled ‘best practices’. But can they ultimately live up to the hype? The risk of ending up as just a costly gimmick is ever present. How can AR projects like these get incorporated into the strategy of a museum? […]

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Åpne data og brukererfaringer

Travels with Data: Opening and Using Your Collections Data: Steve Devine & Julian Hartley, Manchester Museum Opening data from The Manchester Museum and Whitworth Art Gallery at Culture Hack North led to a fantastic response on our social media network and was picked up by The Guardian Datablog and BBC Front Row. Perhapsmore importantly we […]

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Analyser og museer

Telling stories through numbers: Tijana Tasich & Elena Villaespesa, TATE Want to make sense of online metrics? Care about real users and how they engage with your content? Want to increase the benefits of online metrics for your organisation? Measuring online performance has never been more important. In this session you will hear how the […]

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