Tales from the blog – #mcn2012tale | Museum Computer Network Scheduled: Track: F. Technology Infrastructure, Content Strategy Room: East Room Abstract: The demise of blogging is a recurrent theme in… Share on ...
The last week has been crazy, between MCN2012, a flying visit to NYC to catch up with Seb Chan and see Sleep No More, and my first day as a museumgeek-in-reSIdence with the lovely Sarah Banks and a whole swathe of ...
Pyramid of engagement: 1) engagement 2) context 3) reference. 'A lot of educational materials I have seen are very reference-like in nature but not the best way to learn something...The first question you should ask is, "Why should anyone care about this?"'
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