Slides and Twitterfall from the Elevator Pitch(fork) Death Battle at #MW2015

This afternoon I had the pleasure of participating in this rocking panel to close out the Museums and the Web conference: A Creative Confluence: When Educational Products & Youth Programming Collide. I wrote earlier about the fun plans we had to engage our audience in the waining moments of the conference here (re: Support #TeamAMNH at the @museweb Elevator Pitch(fork) Death Battle) and, I have to say, from the moment we welcomed people to the room with a funk music soundtrack to the :30 we spent talking with the audience 1:1 after it concluded, it was a blast! More importantly, it was inspiring to hear from and work with such accomplished colleagues.

In any case, here’s some of what went down.

Here’s the power-point (minus both the videos and learning who actually won…)

Also, here are some stand-out Tweets (stand-out only because I saw them!)

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About Barry

The Associate Director For Digital Learning, Youth Initiatives at the American Museum of Natural History.
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