The Social Dimension: Interactive Exhibits for the Floor and Web

Next March I will be teaching a blended (online and in person) course for the Cultural Resource Management program at the University of Victoria (UVIC) in British Columbia. The course is entitled The Social Dimension: Interactive Exhibits for the Floor and Web.

I first started teaching a course for museum professionals at UVIC back in 2002. Back then it focused on the Web as an educational platform for museums.  The Social Dimension is more expansive. We’ll look at social networking applications on the Web, but we’ll also explore computer installations that have a social component such as multitouch and multiuser exhibits.  You can read the full description of The Social Dimension: Interactive Exhibits for the Floor and Web on the Cultural Resource Management Website.

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