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Jaron Lanier y el poder de ser la oveja negra

Durante el pasado año le he estado prestando mucha atención a Jaron Lanier. Sus reflexiones sobre lo que es importante con respecto a nuestra relación con la tecnología me parecen fundamentales. “Internet se ha vuelto aburrido y predecible”, afirma Lanier.

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Una dosis de Edupunk y social media en las humanidades (2)

(Continuación del artículo: “Una dosis de Edupunk y social media en las humanidades (1)”) Afrontar una clase o una conferencia con personas que se juntan de forma aislada en el tiempo es muy distinto que la docencia con un grupo

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mc2: lecciones 2.0 de ciencia social

  Siempre que tengo la ocasión de hablar sobre museos y social media no pierdo la oportunidad de mencionar a los Museos Científicos Coruñeses (mc2), auténticos pioneros en España en esto de los museos 2.0. Los profesionales de estos tres

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Can ART be experienced on a phone?

  Mobile technologies are becoming a must among art museums from all over the world. A huge variety of devices are regularly offered to visitors for an enhanced experience of their on-site visits Cell phones, iPods, PDAs, etc. are the

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Sistemas de aprendizaje electrónico para museos de arte entrados en años

¿Quién dijo que internet y los sistemas de aprendizaje electrónicos eran necesarios en los museos sólo de Arte Contemporáneo? Observa en la fotografía (si eres capaz) a “La Gioconda” en el Museo del Louvre, París. Si quieres ir a conocerla

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e-learning Systems for Aged Art Museums

Who said internet and e-learning systems were necessary for museums of only Contemporary Art? See on the photo (if you are able) ‘La Gioconda’ at the Louvre Museum, Paris. If you want to meet her in person, surely you will

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Pilar Gonzalo

Cultural manager with solid experience in strategic planning and executive management of international teams, both from public and private sector, businesses and nonprofit organizations.

Specialized in cultural communication and facilitation strategies for online communities and organizations and deeply focused and involved on fostering cultural policies of good governance, accountability, results measurement and responsible finances in Spanish cultural organizations.

Currently, Director of the Forum of Culture and Best Practices in Spain (www.culturaybuenaspracticas.org) Also, working for Reina Sofía Museum at the Communication Department and teaching at Cátedra Inditex. Master in Social Responsibility. La Coruña University.

Formerly, Excecutive Director of Institute of Contemporary Art (IAC) and lamusediffuse.

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