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Morphing a Digital Classroom into a Museum Hangout: An Interview with Eve Gaus of the Field Museum

Last March, when I was in Chicago for the Museums and the Web conference,  I ran around the city to meet with my colleagues in museums and libraries who were willing to share their youth spaces and how they’ve been … Continue reading

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Revisiting Digital Engagement at the Field Museum

I was in Chicago recently for the Museums and the Web conference. Two years ago, in town for a different conference, I wrote about my visit to the Field Museum to learn how they were deploying digital media to engage … Continue reading

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Digital Media and Learning at the Field Museum

Eve Gaus is the Digital Learning Manager at the Field Museum in Chicago. When I was out last week at the Digital Media and Learning Conference, she was generous enough to take me around, talk about their new digital learning … Continue reading

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(Almost) The Most Important Museum App of 2012

I don’t care if it was first launched in November, 2011. As Version 2.0 came out October last year, I’d like to call The Field Museum’s Specimania the best app of 2012. I’d like to, but I can’t. It is … Continue reading

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