Victoria Jones & Brad Baer Presenting at Museum Computer Network Conference
The Museum Computer Network‘s 42nd Annual Conference will seek to Think Big, Start Small, Create. This appropriate theme ties into their core purpose to foster innovation and excellence by supporting professionals who seek to transform the way their cultural organizations reach, engage and educate their audiences using digital technologies. They do this by building a community that attracts, nurtures, inspires and sustains exceptional professionals.
- Getting Your Media Funded & Panel Session: The Tough Questions: Purpose, Scope and Money
10:30am – 12:00pm
Creating multimedia and interactive experiences can represent a significant investment for a museum. With limited funds available, and often not enough to go around, how can you most effectively make the case for a media project?
- Incentives and Rewards
9:00am – 10:00am
How best to appropriately leverage game dynamics in interactive museum exhibits? By the end of the presentation, you will have a good understanding of how game dynamics can be applied in meaningful ways to improve visitor participation.
- Native American Voices: The People – Here and Now
11:30am – 12:30pm
This no-nonsense presentation will explain how the project was developed and executed, including actual budgets, successes and failures, hardware and software details, and shortcuts and innovations.
Catch one of our sessions at MCN 2014 in Dallas, Texas!
For more information and registration details check out MCN 2014.