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Museo eres tú

Los museos son por y para la gente, aunque entrados en la era 2.0 y con infinidad de canales abiertos a la participación sean muy pocos los que verdaderamente están cediendo un espacio propio a los usuarios. Uno de los

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Posted in Academic and Education, en Español, Museums 2.0, Social Media, Users-Content

What Museums Say… about Seattle Art Museum

This post is the first one in English of the series “Lo que los museos dicen…”, which in its English version is called, “What Museums Say…” This section shows a different point of view to the so called “User Generated

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Posted in Museums 2.0, Sociable Museums, Social Media, Users-Content, What Museums Say...

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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Posted in e-learning, Museums 2.0, Sociable Museums, Social Media, Technology in Museums, Users-Experience

Museums in Libya 2.0

After several months of intense and exciting work, the project “Museums in Libya 2.0” is already available on the Internet. lamusediffuse proposes the use of Social Web tools for the inclusion of non-dominant cultural expressions in the scopes of culture

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Posted in Heritage, Museum Professionals, Museums 2.0, Sociable Museums, Social Media

>Your Photos on Museums: Ile Ife National Museum, Nigeria

> You are e-artcasting’s most precious value. Thanks to your emails, comments and contributions e-artcasting’s mission is increasing its diverse outreach. One of our most active activities is located at our Flickr group. “E-artcasters” are about to contribute 1,000 wonderful

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Posted in Museums 2.0, Sociable Museums, Social Media, Users-Content

Is Social Media Twisting to Populist Elitism? YouTube Awards and User Generated Content

It seems clear that the most popular social media platforms are for profit initiatives as explained in our former article on Second Life and art museums. Unfortunately or not, social does not mean gratis. However, and as a result of

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>What People Say… about the National Museum of Iraq: Raising Awareness on that Shameful Looting to the Humankind

> What people say about the National Museum of Iraq in Baghdad is certainly not enough. The shame that the looting of Iraq Museum in Baghdad meant to the so called “civilization” is nothing in comparison with its irreversible loss,

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Posted in Heritage, Museums 2.0, Online Collections
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