The New Media Consortium and Learning Revolution held twin events about the future of museums on July 23rd & 24th, 2014. Both events were focused on four main themes from the NMC Horizon Report > 2013 Museum Edition:
July 23rd - The NMC Virtual Symposium on the Future of Museums was an exclusive symposium for you, the curators, creators, innovators, museum professionals, and educators. In this limited-space event, participants engaged with panels on these topics and helped to shape the conversation around the future of museums.
More information at go.nmc.org/future-museums
July 24th - The Learning Revolution hosted the free, online Future of Museums Conference, a collaborative global conversation about technology, museums, and the future. This event was held from 10am - 5pm US-Eastern Time, and featured keynote speakers and crowdsourced presentations by your peers. Attendees learned best practices to implement in their museums, and heard real-world examples of innovative practices in the field. Curators, creators, innovators, museum professionals, and educators were encouraged to present.
This paper, co-authored by CFM director Elizabeth Merritt and Scott Kratz, vice president for education at the National Building Museum, provides an overview of educational innovation in a broad cross section of U.S. museums, citing selected examples.
The Future of Museums Conference was held from 10am - 5pm US-Eastern Time on July 24th, 2014, and featured keynote speakers and crowd-sourced presentations by your peers.
The conference was a collaborative global conversation about technology, museums, and the future. A welcome letter with the conference strands is here.
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Started by Cassie Sade Turnipseed in Future of Museums Submissions May 15, 2016.
Started by Joe Rigby in Future of Museums Accepted Proposals Jul 19, 2014.