Museum Digital Transformation: Talk And Workshop Materials

Museums are research institutions that often have a multi dimensional mission: research, preserve, teach, communicate. Digital tools can sometimes help in maintaining this mission: how and when has been the topic of the conference and set of workshops Museum Digital Transformation held in Florence on the 12th and 13th of April 2018.

I both had a talk (together with Alice Filipponi) and taught a workshop. Here you find links to all the slides and supporting materials I used.

Talk: Museums And Learning

Slides of the talk Museums and Learning – an open dialogue through digital transformation:

Here are two videos presented during the talk:

Workshop: Designing An Applied Game For Your Museum

Workshop exercise booklet

Slides of the workshop:

And here is a public link to a folder with supporting materials.


I hope this material can be helpful. I wish to thank Alice Filipponi, Francesco Pallanti, Pino Panzarella and Matteo Bicocchi without whom these projects and events would not have been possible.

As a way to keep in contact I publish every month or two a newsletter with new research on applied games. You can subscribe here. :-)


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