Call for Museum Meet-Up at the 2013 Digital Media and Learning Conference

I would like to call for a Museum Meet-Up at this year’s 2013 Digital Media and Learning Conference.

If you are attending the Chicago Conference this year and would like to meet with other museum professionals in attendance, please add your name in the comment space below and you’ll be notified when we update this post with an exact location. If you like, please also add what you might like to do with everyone once we get together (what issues you might like to explore, what questions you might want to ask, etc.)

Let’s plan to meet Friday, during the 12:30 – 2:00 lunch break.

This is being (informally) coordinated by staff from the American Museum of Natural History, the California Academy of Sciences, and the Field Museum.

 

 

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The Associate Director For Digital Learning, Youth Initiatives at the American Museum of Natural History.
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16 Responses to Call for Museum Meet-Up at the 2013 Digital Media and Learning Conference

  1. Mandy Bobrow says:

    I would like to attend the Museum Meet-Up!
    Mandy Bobrow, Special Programs Coordinator, The Museum of Science and Industry

  2. bioblitz2009 says:

    This is great, thanks for organizing! I am definitely interested and would love to spend a portion of the discussion on any of the following:

    -Housing makerspaces inside Museums – practical concerns and successes within standard musuem constraints

    -Internal organizational structure for digital learning initiatives – How are teams structured? Where does it live? Who “owns” it?

    -Possibilities for multi-museum digital learning experiences – what can we collaborate on that best leverages the strengths and resoures of our organizations?

    -Collaborative research – how can we collect and share reserach and evaluation data on digital inititiaves from our institutions to inform our practice and add to the field?

    Thanks!
    Rabiah

    Rabiah Mayas, Ph.D.
    Director, Science and Integrated Strategies
    Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago
    rabiah.mayas@msichicago.org

  3. Robin Schnur says:

    Please add me to the list– Robin Schnur, Director of Student Programs, The Art Institute of Chicago

  4. Rik Panganiban, Cal Academy of Sciences, checking in!

  5. I would like to join the museum meetup at DML. Please add me to the list.

    Christian Greer
    Vice President of Learning Initiatives
    Chicago Architecture Foundation

  6. Adam Nye says:

    Adam Nye, MAKESHOP Manager, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

  7. Sarah Eilefson, Grants and Communications Coordinator, National Veterans Art Museum. Thank you!

  8. Joel Javier says:

    I will be in attendance, Thanks!

    Joel Javier
    Education Coordinator
    Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art
    756 N Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60642
    312.243.9088 – http://www.art.org

  9. Matt Chalker says:

    I’d like to join everyone else as well!
    Matt Chalker, Fab Lab Program Coordinator, MSI Chicago

  10. Heather Schneider says:

    Looking forward to the meet-up!
    Heather Schneider, Manager of Digital Learning, Shedd Aquarium

  11. Hillary Cook says:

    Sounds great- Hillary Cook, Teen & Partnership Programs Coordinator, Art Institute of Chicago

  12. Annie says:

    Please add me too, thanks.

  13. Barry says:

    So lunch is at 12:30 on Friday. Why don’t we meet in the lobby and plan to leave for lunch by 12:45 – and if you’d like to come but are running late you can tweet me at @MMMooshme to either let us know to wait or to ask where we will be. Once a place to picked I will also try to post it here as well.

  14. Eve says:

    Hi All! Let’s plan on heading over to Volare – http://www.volarerestaurant.com/chicago/
    Just in case, here are walking directions: http://bit.ly/ZDV94g and the reservation is under “Eve”
    Looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow!

  15. David Klevan says:

    You know I’ll be there! Interests include crowd-sourcing and “citizen history” projects, mobile and museums, and craft pale ales.

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