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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.

Via élodie jarrier
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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 4:56 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 6:22 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 3:45 AM

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

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Technology in museums turns visitors into curators and creators (Wired UK)

Technology in museums turns visitors into curators and creators (Wired UK) | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
Museums and galleries should be using new technologies and media to teach, engage and immerse visitors in the art they are viewing, says Local Projects founder Jake Barton.

Speaking at Wired 2012 about the future of cities, Barton explained how he was given the opportunity to help the Cleveland Museum of Art achieve this using touchscreens, live cameras and video, turning visitors into the curators of their own experience in the process.


Via Nikolaos Maniatis, Koula Charitonos
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40 (More) Ways Nonprofit Zoos, Aquariums & Museums Are Engaging Audiences Through Social Media | Know Your Own Bone

40 (More) Ways Nonprofit Zoos, Aquariums & Museums Are Engaging Audiences Through Social Media | Know Your Own Bone | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it

1) 100 Toys (And Their Stories) That Define Our Childhood.

2) Go, go aquariums on Instagram!

3) Thinking with The Thinker.

4) Wikipedia in the galleries.

5) Help find New York’s cutest baby!

6) #MuseumOlympics.

7) April Fools!

8) The first Pinterest contest.

9) Wrapping in Instagram and Foursquare

10) History with a side of pie.

11) Making it easy to connect.

12) Engagement-driving “content regulars.”

13) A mobile app that facilitates a trip through time.

14) Starting early on Generation Z

15) Putting visitors on YouTube for a good cause.

16) Learning through online games.

17) Sharing timely off-line experience online.

18) An online auction.

19) Fundraising through Kickstarter.

20) Foursquare still has a following!

21) Looking to the public to choose the next subject for a work of art.

22) Sharing silliness (and some seriousness, too).

23) Selecting and rewarding “insiders.”

24) Rewarding online audiences without de-valuing your product.

25) Engaging in citizen science.

26) Mobile scavenger hunts.

27) Facilitating sharing with a mobile app.

28) Current baby-naming contests.

29) Telling stories to earn donors and support conservation.

30) Using Facebook to allow for a deeper connection for special interest.

31) Enjoying the mission from your mobile at home.

32) Mastering Pinterest.

33) Interactive online tours.

34) Wikipedians supporting museums.

35) Using personal branding to promote the museum.

36) Using the web to keep folks posted while the museum… um… moves.

37) Asking the public for strategic direction.

38) Let online audiences “dig in” to information that interests them.

39) Showing folks why they should pay you a visit.

40) A completely crowd-sourced exhibit.

 

via Colleen Dilen (@cdilly)

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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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Does Augmented Reality Augment Learning? | Part 2 of 2 on Augmented Reality | Edgital

Does Augmented Reality Augment Learning? | Part 2 of 2 on Augmented Reality | Edgital | Museums and Digital Media | Scoop.it
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Rethinking the Museum for the digital age | MuseumNext - Europe's big conference on social media and digital media for the museums

"The following presentation was made by MuseumNext founder Jim Richardson at the Gulf Arts and Cultural Leaders meeting in Qatar in November 2011.

 

Conclusions

 

1. Technology: The scenarios that I’ve spoken about today aren’t science fiction. This technology is all very real and museums are making use of it, but nobody is yet using it to it’s full potential.

2. Expectations: People have access to incredible technology in their homes and I believe that this is changing their expectations of the world around them. If museums don’t do digital, then they risk seeming irrelevant in a digital world.

3. Participation: I believe that offering museum visitors participatory experiences is offering them better experiences. We should want our visitors the opportunity to step beyond passive visits and create new ways to encourage them to think about our collections and their individual place in the world.

4. Personalisation: We need to recognise that different people want different experiences from the museum, and create personalised experiences to appeal to the different motivations.

5. Future: By creating a more participatory culture in our museums, we can learn from our audiences. Giving us the knowledge to stay relevant in a constantly changing world."

 

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