I have noticed a great rise of new buzzing eco talk in the studio here, so much so I thought it would be fun to write them down and post them on our blog here on museum3.
See if you know them all – I bet you don’t (bear in mind we are enormously inventive so I am pretty sure that some of these eco terms are a spur-of-the-moment fabricated designer lingua… Continue
Added by Tamara De Schepper on June 20, 2011 at 11:54pm —
I'm sitting round a table with a small but very diverse group of students, academics, museum and gallery people, a freelance consultant and a representative of a small company. We've just heard Angelina Russo talk via Skype about the 'next wave' of social media in museums and galleries, and we're now going to discuss points emerging from that talk. I'm going to try to liveblog the discussion - it's the first time I've tried this, so we'll see how it goes!
The event… Continue
Added by Jen Ross on March 10, 2011 at 10:00pm —
How do we plan a successful museum blog with a dialouge between the museum and it`s public? Often blogs have few (if any) comments from the visitors. I would be happy if you can give me examles of blogs that works, or your thoughts on this matter
Added by Guro Jorgensen on October 5, 2010 at 7:03pm —
National Services Te Paerangi and DigitalNZ invite you to be part of Let’s Get Digital BarCamp. The aim of the day is to take the ideas explored at the… Continue
Added by Lucie Paterson on September 17, 2010 at 9:00am —
Thoughts on the conference objectives and calls for discussion! http://nlablog.wordpress.com
Added by Angelina Russo on August 10, 2009 at 1:10pm —
The date is almost here for sounddelivery's Social Media Exchange for the Cultural and Hertiage Sectors and we still have a very limited number of places left! It will take place this Monday, June 1st and it will give you the opportunity to improve your social media knowhow.
Social networking, blogging, podcasting and the plethora of social media applications create great opportunities within the Cultural and Heritage sectors. They're cost-effective, quick to get going and have the… Continue
Added by Eric Whelan on May 28, 2009 at 10:07pm —
A review of an interesting talk I saw at the EVA Conference in London yesterday.
Added by Angelina Russo on July 23, 2008 at 6:05pm —
I'm working on a paper for the Inclusive Museum conference in Leiden in June. The paper will focus on inclusive online museum learning, and the National Museums Online Learning Project in particular. It's structured around four key concepts: reach, relevance, relationship and recontextualisation, and touches on themes of the digital vs physical museum, the shift in museum learning from a focus on objects to a focus on users, what 'quality' means in online learning, tensions in schools between… Continue
Added by jen on May 16, 2008 at 1:15am —
Been thinking lots about this quite a bit lately as I drown, pleasantly, in my online world. There's a group on Facebook called, appropriately, Museums on Facebook
which, at last look, has 241 members. They are now having a discussion about the value of Facebook for museums (which staff at the Australian Museum also had a few weeks ago at our Facebook Friday event). Here's the post I added if anyone's… Continue
Added by Lynda Kelly on April 6, 2008 at 9:18am —