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¿Cómo debería ser la relación de un Museo con sus usuarios en las redes sociales?

¿Cómo debería ser la relación de un Museo con sus usuarios en las redes sociales? | Museos y TIC | Scoop.it
Ahora que todo Museo o Institución Cultural que se precie sabe que tiene que estar presente en las redes sociales, surge la gran pregunta: ¿Cómo es esta relación? ¿Dialoga con sus usuarios, dinamiz...
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Revista Versión - Arte y TIC: ¿Predominio de la técnica o la cognición?

Revista Versión - Arte y TIC: ¿Predominio de la técnica o la cognición? | Museos y TIC | Scoop.it
En el contexto actual de la producción artística hay una importante inclusión de las Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación (TIC).
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Continuando con la movilidad

Continuando con la movilidad | Museos y TIC | 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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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 | Museos y TIC | 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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Brooklyn Museum : Teaching with a 3D Simulacrum

Brooklyn Museum : Teaching with a 3D Simulacrum | Museos y TIC | Scoop.it

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samuel bausson's curator insight, April 25, 2013 11:40 AM

Did having these touchable models deepen participants’ engagement with the artwork ? Did people walk away feeling like they’d had a satisfying tactile experience with this sculpture ?


Visitors (...) paid careful, detailed attention to the surface of the sculpture and all of its contours. They held up the 3D models and compared them to the original sculpture in front of them.


(...) but the stone and scarves seemed to spark a wider variety of conversation and brought people’s focus back to the sculpture more quickly.


The 3D prints are new tools for us to play with, and we need to work with them more to get more comfortable. What are the best kinds of questions to ask people when we put these into their hands?



 

 

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Top 6 Lessons from the 6th Museums & Mobile Conference

Top 6 Lessons from the 6th Museums & Mobile Conference | Museos y TIC | 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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