Outside of the book itself, Simon posted on the process of self-publishing including a deeper look at her license choice on her.
There are many ways to scaffold experiences without prescribing the result." - She gives an e This book says it is about museums, but it has been popular amongst the ALA Think Tank Facebook group, full of public and academic librarians.
CC Attribution-NonCommercial license : I want everyone to be able to use the content and make derivative works.
This book says it is about museums, but it has been popular amongst the ALA Think Tank Facebook group, full of public and academic librarians.The Participatory Museum, a new book from Nina Simon on ways to increase audience participation in cultural institutions, is now available in full under."The best participatory experiences are not wide open.To be inspired, I like.In addition to its free release online, The sodastream source instruction manual Participatory Museum is available for purchase as both paperback and PDF download.Creative Commons Blog Nina Simon's "The Participatory Museum".
But I did choose Noncommercial because I dont want a publisher to snap up the book or a chapter, credit me as author, and sell the content.
"Visitors come in the door knowing who they are, but they may not know what content is of greatest interest to them." - She talks about designing themed guides for museum exhibits (.
Cover design by Jennifer Rae Atkins.
Can we also overhaul some of our physical space?The book contains an incredible amount of useful and thought-provoking information for those working in museums and other cultural institutions.but I know we can improve our website at least in this way.They are scaffolded to help people feel comfortable engaging in the activity.Not a new idea but would be easy to implement, although I feel like we tried this before.I could use this in the first month of classes, asking upperclassmen to share one tip about the library or research.I saw tree collages at acrl, with clothespins.There are many ways to scaffold experiences without prescribing the result." - She gives an example of a poster making activity that wasn't wide open but started with artifacts from the show that people could use, more of a remix than full-fledge creation.It has some great advice for designing participatory exhibits and spaces, and I got a lot out of it from a library perspective too.
Category: Weblog, tags: Nina Simon, The Participatory Museum.
To wallow in angst, etc.
The Human Library - brilliant idea, we could use this to teach the idea of libraries and librarians.