To support this Sunday’s Game On! MicroRangers Competition, the following “trailer” was created, that will run on and off all day in our Hall of Ocean Life, on the giant screen beneath the whale. I can’t wait to see and hear it large than life – it’s going to be insane!
Hi. I am Barry Joseph.I am the Associate Director For Digital Learning at the American Museum of Natural History. This is where I talk about my adventures @AMNH and explore issues related to digital media and museum-based learning. I feature original interviews, thought pieces, and highlights from my work and those of my colleagues at the AMNH. Find me on Twitter (@MMMooshme).
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