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I LOVE TRANSMEDIA : deux jours dédiés au transmedia sous toutes ses formes

I LOVE TRANSMEDIA : deux jours dédiés au transmedia sous toutes ses formes | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

"La première édition de I LOVE TRANSMEDIA aura lieu à Paris du 18 au 20 octobre 2012. Dédié aux écritures innovantes et interactives, cet événement présentera aux professionnels et au grand public les dernières évolutions en matière de contenus culturels. A la croisée de toutes les formes d’expression culturelle, recourant aussi bien à l’univers de la fiction linéaire traditionnelle, à l’univers du jeu (jeux de rôle, jeux vidéos, etc…), au web, aux médias sociaux ou encore au spectacle vivant, le transmedia permet au spectateur de vivre une expérience hors du commun. A travers une exposition d’oeuvres réalisées par des équipes issues d’écoles et d’universités de premier plan, ainsi que des tables rondes et rencontres réservées aux professionnels, les visiteurs auront l’occasion de comprendre le transmedia et son impact sur la télévision, le cinéma, le jeu vidéo ou le spectacle vivant."

 

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Romania's digital museum merges sustainable architecture with 3D technology

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Pushing the boundaries of sustainability and digital, this Romanian museum champions virtual exploration.

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Discover, Collate, Curate And Export Your Favourite Music Heard On The BBC With BBC Playlister

Discover, Collate, Curate And Export Your Favourite Music Heard On The BBC With BBC Playlister | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

Excerpt from article on BBC:
"Each year, the BBC showcases more music than any other broadcaster across its radio, TV and online services. However, once broadcast, it can be difficult for audiences to find the music they hear on the BBC again. The first of its kind, BBC Playlister changes that for ever.

With BBC Playlister, music fans can:

1) Collate the tracks they love from across the BBC – via a simple sign-in process, audiences can click to remember the music they hear on the BBC and add these to their personal playlist;

2) Discover recommended tracks from favourite BBC DJs and presenters or popular programmes – helping fans discover more of the music they wouldn’t have otherwise found, and get inside picks from some of the best experts in the world;

3) Easily export their playlist to their chosen digital music service – to replay whenever they want to in the simplest way possible.

The first stage of BBC Playlister will launch in the coming days on PC and via a mobile browser, letting you remember tracks, and export and listen to them on your chosen digital music service. Music lovers will be able to quickly and easily export their playlist from the BBC to either Spotify, YouTube or Deezer and listen back to tracks in full. Over time, the BBC will look to welcome a number of other services to the product.

The BBC will release significant new developments over the coming months, including recommendations from DJs and presenters and the ability to integrate fully with your mobile via the BBC iPlayer Radio app. BBC Playlister will go live across the BBC’s websites in the UK and throughout the world..."

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2013/dg-playlister.html

Read more about it, here also is review article by TechCrunch:
http://techcrunch.com/2013/10/08/bbc-launches-bbc-playlister-a-social-music-service-with-spotify-youtube-and-deezer-to-tag-tracks-heard-on-bbc/

 


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Colin Begin's curator insight, October 8, 2013 9:12 AM

This article is interesting. I see a lot of "pros" in this, it lists all the benefits you have with using this site. You can easily listen to the newest music, easily dowload you're favorite songs to any playlist of you're choice. As well as have it remember you're favorite songs, or most listened to, so you dont have to search for them the next time. It obviously does not list the "cons" of this specific site, but i would think some of the "cons" would be competition. There are so many sites like this coming out with the same features , that the only "cons" really would be keeping up with other competition. 

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Google Hangouts: Live Video Chatting between Museums & Online Communities

Google Hangouts: Live Video Chatting between Museums & Online Communities | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

"In the past several months, many museums have begun using live video chat as a way to enhance and foster new online discussions and interactions between museum educators and the public. One of the most popular tools has been Google Hangouts which is part of the Google+ social network. It allows for up to 10 users to video chat together and gives them the ability to broadcast the video stream live to a large audience and even record the session for future viewing. The recorded video, which is archived on the museum’s G+ page and YouTube channel, can be shared on various social networks. In addition, the videos collect (limited) analytics information so museums can track the attention it receives. Users who express interest in a museum video session ahead of time can be alerted when it is about to begin via Google+ email messaging."

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Quick note: Curating art and culture in the digital age | The Museum of the Future

Quick note: Curating art and culture in the digital age | The Museum of the Future | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

"One of the primary trends for museums I’ve been researching and discussing lately is their potential renewed role as curators of information in the digital age. The amount of online information approximately doubles every two years and when the 4+ billion people without internet access will start contributing, it will become ever harder to find the stuff that is worth your while online."

 

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Top 6 Lessons from the 6th Museums & Mobile Conference

Top 6 Lessons from the 6th Museums & Mobile Conference | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

"Today’s Museums & Mobile event (the sixth in a series of online conferences) featured case studies from museums around the globe and some excellent food for thought. Here are my 6 key takeaways:

 

1. Keep it simple. No, seriously. Even simpler.2. Design for “mobile first.” Or is that “tablet first”?3. Design sites to be task-responsive, not device-responsive.4. “Success comes more from visibility than from quality.”5. Know who your audience really is and what they really want.6. Stick to measuring what matters.

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Open Objects: If an app is the answer...

"...what was the question?*  And seriously, what questions should museums ask before investing in a mobile or tablet app?

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So if your cultural organisation is considering an app, perhaps you should consider the questions the GDS poses before asking for an exemption to the requirement to just build a responsive website:

Is our web service already designed to be responsive to different screen sizes? If not, why not?What is the user need that only a native/hybrid app can meet?Are there existing native/hybrid apps which already meet this user need?Is our service available to 3rd parties via an API or open data? If not, why not?Does meeting this need justify the lifetime cost of a native or hybrid app?

What questions should we add for cultural heritage, arts and educational organisations?  (My pet hate: are you creating amazing content that's only accessible to people with the right device?) And since I know I'm being deliberately provocative - what exceptions should be allowed? What apps have you seen that could only work as an app with current technology?"

 

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#smwMuseSocial – Defining and Measuring Social Media Success in Museums and Arts Orgs

#smwMuseSocial – Defining and Measuring Social Media Success in Museums and Arts Orgs | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

Social media practitioners from local museums and arts organizations gathered for a lively discussion about the value of social media to our institutions. Are our current social media practices engaging online communities to their greatest potential? What outcomes are we hoping to achieve? And how can we better evaluate the success of our efforts and take our social media engagement to the next level?

Our panelists shared recent research about how social media has transformed the arts in America and presented lightning talks on the social media outcome that matters most to them.
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The New Normal: Three Elements of Social Media Success for Nonprofit Organizations

The New Normal: Three Elements of Social Media Success for Nonprofit Organizations | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

"All too often, I encounter CEOs of nonprofit organizations who simply think that the task of carrying out effective social media consists of, well, “doing social media.” To these leaders, the task would seem to require one full-time equivalent (or, preferably less, if they can possibly get away with it!), and comprises some nebulous combination of posting Facebook statuses, re-writing press releases to masquerade as blog posts, and running around a museum with a cell phone camera."

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Allison Emma Schizkoske's curator insight, October 11, 2013 7:47 PM

This article is very right in many ways. The steps to having a good online relationship with your friends results in what you do. Today is the time to start that relationship as social media growing and you can gain a new target. 

Karley Tester's curator insight, October 25, 2013 8:36 AM

Great article. Lots of tips and pointers. I must keep this in mind when working or possibly owning my own comany. Work smarter not harder. 

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Cahier de tendances: culture et numérique en 2012

Cahier de tendances: culture et numérique en 2012 | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Print PDF Parmi les 220 articles publiés en 2012, nous avons sélectionné les principales innovations en matière de numérique culturel. Celles-ci sont classées en 8 tendances.

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Les 8 tendances :
- Application mobile pour le jeune public et les familles,
- Communication et médiation par la gamification,
- Les photographies amateures au musée,
- Co-création de contenus avec le visiteur,
- Développer la créativité du visiteur par le numérique,
- Reconstituer le patrimoine par les outils virtuels,
- Les musées sur petit et grand écran,
- Le musée hors les murs.

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Nath B's curator insight, February 6, 2013 1:56 AM

Les 8 tendances :

- Application mobile pour le jeune public et les familles,

- Communication et médiation par la gamification,

- Les photographies amateures au musée,

- Co-création de contenus avec le visiteur,

- Développer la créativité du visiteur par le numérique,

- Reconstituer le patrimoine par les outils virtuels,

- Les musées sur petit et grand écran,

- Le musée hors les murs.

Digital Research's curator insight, February 17, 2013 3:22 AM

Les 8 tendances :

- Application mobile pour le jeune public et les familles,

- Communication et médiation par la gamification,

- Les photographies amateures au musée,

- Co-création de contenus avec le visiteur,

- Développer la créativité du visiteur par le numérique,

- Reconstituer le patrimoine par les outils virtuels,

- Les musées sur petit et grand écran,

- Le musée hors les murs.

Valerie Bauwens's curator insight, February 18, 2013 12:45 AM

With digitalisation, the public seems to have always more a voice

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Continuando con la movilidad

Continuando con la movilidad | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
El futuro de los museos pasa actualmente por la movilidad, que se convierte en el eje principal de las tendencias tecnológicas en alza. El número de usuarios que utilizan smartphones no para de cre...
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“Museos Moviles / Game Apps” por @mediamusea

“Museos Moviles / Game Apps” por @mediamusea | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
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Can a Museum collect tweets? And should it?

Can a Museum collect tweets? And should it? | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Last week I was invited to a workshop at the Museum of London focusing on Collecting Social Media as a Museum Object .   It was a really interesting workshop with plenty of discussion and questions...
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How to Run a Great Museum Ed Twitter Feed: @MoMALearning

How to Run a Great Museum Ed Twitter Feed: @MoMALearning | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Last Friday I had the opportunity to speak with Stephanie Pau (@17reasons) and Jessica Baldenhofer (@jbaldenhofer), the tweeters behind @MoMALearning, one of my favorite museum ed twitter streams. ...
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Estadísticas de visita para superar el "efecto Mona Lisa" y más

Estadísticas de visita para superar el "efecto Mona Lisa" y más | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Con la popularización de los smartphones, los museos pueden acceder a estadísticas de visita más completas y acceder al "espacio online" de su público.
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Is Instagram more than just self-portraits and pictures of food?

Is Instagram more than just self-portraits and pictures of food? | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

"The wildly popular photo-sharing application Instagram is used by millions of people around the world. Nevertheless, the social media phenomenon is often dismissed as a trivial pastime.

 

Interestingly, a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, is now claiming that quite a lot of effort often goes into a picture before it is shared.

 

To be sure, the study investigated how visitors at the Gothenburg Museumof Natural History used their cellphones during a visit. Through ethnographic field studies the researchers examined how visitors documented and shared their experiences."

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Secrets of a Museum Social Media Manager — Media Lab — Walker Art Center

Secrets of a Museum Social Media Manager — Media Lab — Walker Art Center | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

1. Know your museum, know it well.

2. Your social media person has to be a good writer.

3a. ‘Likes’ and followers matter

3b. Caveat: If your likes go up and your engagement numbers also don’t go up (number of active comments and conversations), that’s a problem.

4. Talk to people.

5a. Make it genuine.

5b. A confession: I’m hyper-aware about the number of messages being sent out from each channel every day.  Probably too much so. People don’t mind if you post several times on Facebook in a day, as long as those posts are spread out a little bit, but I’m very sensitive about it.

5c. What is doing it right? Paying attention to Twitter, what’s trending nationally, internationally (to a certain extent, don’t talk about pop stars in scandals), and within your sphere.

5d. The argument for different voices is a consistent argument.

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Les musées s'emparent des réseaux sociaux

Les musées s'emparent des réseaux sociaux | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Twitter, Facebook et les autres réseaux sociaux sont devenus des outils habituels de communication pour nombre d'institutions culturelles.
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What do visitors say about using mobile devices in museums? | V&A

What do visitors say about using mobile devices in museums? | V&A | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Asking visitors

The topic for this session was finding out what museum visitors really want from mobile devices and mobile digital services based on their own words. 

To do this, the session reviewed and discussed surveys of museum visitors conducted in a number of London museums and what people visiting in person said about their own and museum mobile devices, what they might want from them in a museum and their thoughts on content and services that are, or could be, delivered to those devices.

The session included summaries of the findings of two visitor surveys on the use of mobile. The first was conducted at the V&A. This is complete and is now publically available (link below or click on the image). The second was a separate joint study conducted at the National Gallery, Tate and Imperial War Museum. This is not yet published, having only recently been completed, but some themes from it are included below.
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Aube Lebel's curator insight, May 18, 12:45 AM

Au vu des taux de téléchargement des Apps mobiles dans les musées (7%-10%) cela vaut vraiment la peine de se poser la question !

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nuria arbizu: La transparencia en las web de los museos españoles

nuria arbizu: La transparencia en las web de los museos españoles | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

Hace dos años, la Fundación Compromiso Empresarial realizó un estudio de los niveles de transparencia de los museos españoles, A través del espejo, Transparencia en la web de los museos españoles, que analizó la información que estas organizaciones culturales publican a través de sus páginas web. Aquí os presento las conclusiones y recomendaciones del estudio.


1. La mayoría de los museos cuentan con una web, pero constituyen una excepción los que proporcionan información relevante desde el punto de vista de la gestión.

2. A diferencia del sector empresarial, los museos no cuentan con una metodología o estándares de información, aceptada mayoritariamente, para seleccionar y hacer públicos los contenidos más relevantes.

3. La información más completa suele ser la que se refiere a las actividades (documentación, conservación, investigación y difusión) que desempeñan los museos (un 67% de cumplimiento).

4. Muy pocos museos (20%) proporcionan información o dan detalles sobre decisiones importantes relativas a actos de disposición de la colección.

5. Resulta sorprendente que únicamente un museo (Museo del Prado) haga público su plan estratégico en la web. Este dato podría ocultar una importante carencia en el área de gobierno de estas instituciones.

6. Es notoria la falta de información económica que proporcionan los museos a través de sus web y memorias. Únicamente dos museos proporcionan los estados financieros y la memoria económica, y tan sólo uno publica el informe del auditor.

7. Resulta igualmente llamativo el escaso número de museos que proporcionan información cuantitativa y cualitativa sobre las visitas.

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To Tweet or Not to Tweet in the Museum

To Tweet or Not to Tweet in the Museum | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
I recently had a conversation with a museum educator about how twitter can be used to engage audiences. We were speaking specifically about using twitter hashtags in an art history lecture-based course she runs (If you want to know more about using twitter this way read Tweeting for Class: Using Social Media to Enable Student Co-Construction of Lectures). This educator told me that she thought what I was proposing was very exciting but that she doubted any of her students had twitter accounts because of the demographic – she said most were over 40. She had a point. Why use something if the audience doesn’t? What is the point of investing time in a tool that won’t reach people? This led me to wonder if this is true only for her course or is it also the case for all visitors to the museum she works in?
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François Boutard's curator insight, March 15, 1:24 AM

Des bonnes questions à se poser pour un musée quant à l'utilisation de twitter pour interagir avec les publics.

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¿Cómo se usan los códigos QR?

¿Cómo se usan los códigos QR? | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Han pasado dos años desde que el primer museo español hizo uso de los códigos bidimensionales. En este tiempo, los QR han pasado de ser unos desconocidos a convertirse en una realidad asentada y pr...
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Les musées expérimentent avec Twitter | Formation et culture numérique - Thot Cursus

Les musées expérimentent avec Twitter | Formation et culture numérique - Thot Cursus | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Twitter devient un espace d'échange, d'ouverture et de rapprochement avec le public des musées.

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Anne Lamalle (Louvre-Lens) : « La médiation multimédia permet de rendre vivante et collective la découverte du musée »

Anne Lamalle (Louvre-Lens) : « La médiation multimédia permet de rendre vivante et collective la découverte du musée » | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Print PDF Responsable du centre de ressources du Louvre-Lens, Anne Lamalle a piloté le chantier numérique du nouveau musée.
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Anne Lamalle parle du guide multimédia du Louvre-Lens pour lequel Antenna International a réalisé les commentaires.

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Joske Smedts's comment, June 15, 2013 11:44 PM
C'est tres intéressant pour mes éleves, parce qu'on va visiter le Louvre-Lens en septembre!
Joske Smedts's curator insight, June 23, 2013 12:59 AM

C'est tres intéressant pour mes éleves, parce qu'on va visiter le Louvre-Lens en septembre!

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Trust Your Audience: Data Debunks Nonprofit Social Media Fears

Trust Your Audience: Data Debunks Nonprofit Social Media Fears | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Despite the myriad good reasons to be using social media (including data indicating social media’s leading role in motivating visitation and donor support), some nonprofit organizations and m...
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Adapt or Die. New Rulings on Social Media in the Workplace and What They Mean for Nonprofit Organizations.

Adapt or Die. New Rulings on Social Media in the Workplace and What They Mean for Nonprofit Organizations. | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

The critical take-aways for nonprofit organizations from these recent ruling are less tactical and more strategic and conceptual – and absolutely necessary. Here are four guiding principles that nonprofit organizations may benefit by adopting:

 

1. Stop being scared of social media

2. Concider what your social medai policy is supposed to do

3. Understand that staff member satisfaction (now more than ever) strongly affects the reputation of your organization and, ultimately, your success.

4. Know and accept that your internal culture is external

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