Demonstrations I | #MW17-TR

Thursday, April 20, 2017: 6:35pm - 8:00pm
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th Floor

Presenters demonstrate their projects and case studies in booths in the Exhibit Hall. You have the better part of an hour to see them all, ask questions and discuss the demonstrations that catch your eye, and make new connections with leading practitioners in the field.

Albright-Knox Art Gallery's Digital Collection Search
- Pamela Martin, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, USA, Kelly Carpenter, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, USA

From Vimy to Juno
- Jen Sguigna, Plank, Canada

The potential of UX and interaction design and data visualization for collections research and management software
- Francesca Kaes, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany, Lisa Dannebaum, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

Highlighting museum docents with a new beacon powered mobile app at The Oriental Institute in Chicago.
- Sue Geshwender, Oriental Institute Museum, USA, Nancy Harmon, Encurate, USA

How to keep up with changes in school systems? Create, share & teach!
- Marthe de Vet, Van Gogh Museum, The Netherlands

Placeholders: the Secret Work of Objects
- Christopher Cassidy, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA, Seth Ellis, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Australia

Live from the Field: Sharing Science with Students in Real Time
- Miranda Kerr, Shedd Aquarium, USA, Heather Schneider, Shedd Aquarium, USA

Developing visual literacy programming for very young children
- Irene Lopatovska, Pratt Institute, USA, Anthony Volpe, Pratt Institute, USA

Transforming the Visitor Experience: Culturally Immersive Storytelling through Embodied Interactions.
- Melissa Carrillo, Smithsonian Latino Center, USA, Stacey Fox, School of Journalism, Michigan State University, USA, Juana Roman, SLC, USA

TourSites for WordPress: An Open-Source Platform for Multimedia Tours Across Multi-Site Networks
- Ty Pierce, Ohio History Connection, USA