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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- Gamifying the Museum with NYU Game Center Graduate Students May 10, 2017
- Our work in the Verge: “20,000-year Old Artifacts, 21st Century Technology” May 10, 2017
- April Update: A Virtual Shark You Can Hold in Your Hand May 5, 2017
- Using Mobile VR to Convey WONDER: An Interview with Sara Snyder, the Chief of the Media and Technology Office at the Smithsonian American Art Museum May 4, 2017
- Lessons Learned in the Iterative Design Process with AR Constellation May 2, 2017
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Tag Archives: micromuseum
In June, the MicroMuseum program ended with a successful culminating event, with over 70 people in attendance! Once the audience arrived and got settled, the MicroRanger MCs started their presentation, they introduced the other MicroRangers, some of the topics covered … Continue reading
We spent a large portion of the final regular session of the MicroMuseum reflecting on our favorite moments in the program, what we enjoyed learning about and what most surprised us. When we asked, “What was one of your favorite … Continue reading
Yesterday, in preparation for this Thursday’s culminating event, the high school students in MicroMuseum returned to do their first walk-through of our mobile game, MicroRanger, using the new prototype. This is always an exciting moment, as after two months of … Continue reading
Next week we’ll hold the final session of MicroMuseum, when the youth will present our prototype for MicroRangers, a prototype for an augmented mobile hall-based game about microbiomes and biodiversity. This morning, before the Museum opened, I took my first … Continue reading
In this session the we formed three groups, each researched a topic and made a poster to display the information… The topics were: The Hygiene Hypothesis (Could allergies lessen if we ate dirt and touched more cows?) The Human Microbiome and … Continue reading
Here are our last few actors playing their parts! The Environmental Specialist (P.H. Meter): Captain Polyp, a citizen concerned about coral bleaching:
Script written, we moved on to… Lights, Camera, Action! The actors practiced lines, each with their own coach, while another group designed cards and emblems for the scientists.