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30 do’s for designing successful participatory and crowdsourcing projects | The Museum of the Future | Museums and culture in times of social and technological change

30 do’s for designing successful participatory and crowdsourcing projects | The Museum of the Future | Museums and culture in times of social and technological change | Culture et Communication | Scoop.it
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Un autre article de Jasper Visser qui met en avant 30 points importants à respecter si on veut travailler de façon collaborative et participative dans un musée.

 

Another post from Jasper Visser who points out 30 important do's when your museum wants to work in a (more?) collaborative and participative way.

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[Data] Les Musées de France : le label a du succès, oui mais...

[Data] Les Musées de France : le label a du succès, oui mais... | Culture et Communication | Scoop.it
La Gazette des communes a analysé les données des entrées des établissements bénéficiant du label Musées de France, soit environ 1250 musées, de 2003 à 2013. Elle vous propose de le
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Une étude très intéressante sur le label Musée de France
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Making Your Museum User Centric | MW2016: Museums and the Web 2016

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Replacer les visiteurs ou les utilisateurs au centre-même de l"organisation culturelle permet d’accroître leur expérience et se démarquer dans l'offre toujours plus abondante de contenu en ligne, mais aussi dans les autres organisations culturelles.
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Replacer les visiteurs ou les utilisateurs au centre-même de l"organisation culturelle permet d’accroître leur expérience et se démarquer dans l'offre toujours plus abondante de contenu en ligne, mais aussi dans les autres organisations culturelles.
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30 do’s for designing successful participatory and crowdsourcing projects | The Museum of the Future | Museums and culture in times of social and technological change

30 do’s for designing successful participatory and crowdsourcing projects | The Museum of the Future | Museums and culture in times of social and technological change | Culture et Communication | Scoop.it
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Un autre article de Jasper Visser qui met en avant 30 points importants à respecter si on veut travailler de façon collaborative et participative dans un musée.

 

Another post from Jasper Visser who points out 30 important do's when your museum wants to work in a (more?) collaborative and participative way.

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Rujeko Hockley

Rujeko Hockley | Culture et Communication | Scoop.it
Museum professionals give their best career advice.
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Des professionnels de musées (américains) donnent quelques clefs pour comprendre leur succès et celui de leur institution.

 

Some (americain) professionals give some clues so we can understand better their own success and that of their institution.

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Projets de musées par Happy Museum Project

Projets de musées par Happy Museum Project | Culture et Communication | Scoop.it
A total of 22 museums have been commissioned through four rounds of funding.  They are the core of a growing Happy Museum Community of Practice. These commissioned projects form a community of practice through which the programme creates, tests and shares practice, fosters peer-learning, creates spaces for deeper and more innovative thinking all backed by …
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Un projet particulièrement intéressant découvert très récemment. The happy museum est une communauté qui permet de financer des partages en bonnes pratiques et innovation dans le domaine muséal en Grande-Bretagne. Un peu à la façon dont nous le faisons sur Culturecom, les fonds en moins ! :)
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Les bons ingrédients d’une exposition ?

Les bons ingrédients d’une exposition ? | Culture et Communication | Scoop.it
Le lundi 23 juin dernier, c’est avec bonne humeur (oui, oui je vous assure, même un lundi matin) que l’équipe de Science Animation s’est rendu à la première édition du « séminaire de muséologie » au...
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Pour faire une bonne exposition, c'est comme tout il y a quelques ingrédients à respecter. Le point le plus important selon moi à retenir est qu'une exposition est avant tout une rencontre.

 

If you wish to launch a good exhibit, then be aware that there are some principles you will have to respect in order to make it a success. The most important thing to know, according to me, is that you have to keep in mind that an exhibition is a meeting, a date with your public.

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The convincing transformation process of the Derby Silk Mill | The Museum of the Future | Museums and culture in times of social and technological change

The convincing transformation process of the Derby Silk Mill | The Museum of the Future | Museums and culture in times of social and technological change | Culture et Communication | Scoop.it
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Un article passionant de Jasper Visser sur la transformation du Derby Silk Museum qui s'est tourné vers sa communauté et la population locale pour achever sa mue.

 

A really interesting post from Jasper Visser on the transformation of Derby Silk Museum that has asked its community and the local population to help it to succeed in changing.

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Five minutes with… Livio Lodi, Ducati’s Museum Director

Five minutes with… Livio Lodi, Ducati’s Museum Director | Culture et Communication | Scoop.it

Taking over from Marco Montemaggi as the Curator of the Ducati Museum in December 2001, Olivio Lodi considers himself more of an archaeologist than a Director…“A museum director can be someone who just takes care of a structure, an archaeologist is more interesting. We didn’t have an archive prior to the creation of the museum in 1998 so as we have created the museum we have started to collect, slowly and patiently, small parts of large parts of history. Everyone knows the history of Ducati, there are lots of books about us, but nobody knows the real story about the people behind them – this is the real story of what I am collecting....”  

For the rest click HERE: http://www.morebikes.co.uk/five-minutes-livio-lodi-ducati-museum-director/

 


Via Vicki Smith for Ducati.net
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Un article a priori improbable dans un site de passionnés de motos... Un directeur de musée qui a débuté comme ouvrier. Bref, un article très intéressant.

 

An improbable post in a website for bikes fans... A museum director who has made his way from being a worker. At the end, a very interesting article.

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