Museums in the Digital Age


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Museums in the Digital Age Photo: Victoria Pickering


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1. Museums are places. Photo: art around


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2. Museums collect and display objects. Photo: Orbital Joe


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3. Museums educate the public. Photo: European Council President


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—John Cotton Dana The New Museum, no. 1 (1917) The worth of a museum is in its use.


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How is the use (and usefulness) of museums impacted in the digital age? Photo: Aaron Garza


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1. Museums are places. Photo: Brett Davis


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Visitors come to museum places. Photo: Olli Thomson


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Visitors come through the Web. Photo: Design Museum


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Visitors come to explore. Photo: CPNAS


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Visitors visit virtually. Photo: Google Art Project


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Visitors visit via robots. Photo: Seattle Art Museum


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Museums are places.


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Museums are everywhere. Museums are places.


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Museums are everywhere. Visitors are everywhere.


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2. Museums collect and display objects. Photo: NCinDC


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Museums collect ideas and intangibles. Photo: takomabibelot


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Museums collect ideas and intangibles.


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Museums collect ideas and intangibles.


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Museum visitors view objects. Photo: Karen Neoh


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Museum visitors make objects. Photo: Hirshhorn ArtLab+


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Museum makers hack objects. Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art


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Objects are unique, physical things. Photo: National Museum of American History


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Objects are 3D data that can be printed by anyone.


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Objects can be skeletons. Photo: National Museum of Natural History


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Digital objects can be much more than skeletons. Photo: National Museum of Natural History


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3. Museums educate the public. Photo: National Museum of Natural History


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The public also educates the public.


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People educate museums.


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People access museum data.


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People visualize museum data. Image: Florian Krautli


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People use museum data.


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People add their data to museums.


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People collaborate and learn together with museums.


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Jones-Garmil, K. (1997).” Laying the foundation: Three decades of computer technology in the museum.” In K. Jones-Garmil (Ed.), The wired museum (pp. 35-62). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Museums.


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How is the use (and usefulness) of museums impacted in the digital age? Photo: Tom Atkian 1. as places/spaces? 2. as object repositories? 3. as educational institutions?


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