Lightning Talks 1: Digital Practice in Museums

Saturday, April 11, 2015: 10:30am - 12:00pm
Grand Ballroom (4F)

A fun and fast-paced session including quick, focused talks at 6 minutes each from thought leaders on digital practice in museums.

Chair: Carolyn Royston, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, United States

Learning through digital media between best practice and worst case
- Hans von Seggern, tonwelt GmbH, Germany

Connecting the Dots: Experiments with Teaching Tech in the Museum Studies Computer Club
- Cait Reizman, Charles Zange, The George Washington University, USA

Museum Quality Content: Texture, Tone and Content Planning in 2015
- marco braunschweiler, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, USA, EMMA REEVES, MOCA Los Angeles, USA

In Knowledge We Trust
- Kevin von Appen, Ontario Science Centre, Canada, Ana Klasnja, Ontario Science Centre, Canada, Max Evans, McGill University, Canada

Getting Personal: Creating Personas for Museum Visitors
- Ahree Lee, Consultant, USA, Emily Lytle-Painter, Independent, USA

Considerations for Effective Integration of Signing Math & Science Dictionary Apps into Science Museum Exhibits and What Can Happen
- Judy Vesel, TERC, Inc., USA

Reimaging Hyperlinks: A New Way to Visualize Content Depth
- Brinker Ferguson, CyArk, USA

Experiments with Content: Strategies, Successes, and Failures in Spreading the Mission Online
- Laura Kleger, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, USA

eCulture enriched Smart Cities
- Jens Bley, eCultureLab@HCU, HafenCity University, Hamburg, Germany