MIDEA Posts Tagged ‘mobile’

Not Another Revolution?

Not Another Revolution?

There are a number definitions to the word “revolution”. There’s the Arab Spring kind, “an overthrow or repudiation and the thorough replacement of an established government or political system by the people governed”, where people get hurt; there’s the “sudden, complete or marked change in something” kind; and then, like the flared jeans I’m wearing, […]

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Reflections: iPads in the Museum

Reflections: iPads in the Museum

Push play to watch the latest episode of The NMC Voice, featuring a segment on the 2011 MIDEA workshop! On May 3-4, the participants of the 2011 MIDEA Workshop: iPads in the Museum challenged each other to explore all the ways in which this blockbuster tablet could transform creative inquiry at museums. Some of the […]

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Recap of MIDEA Connect Session: Recruit the World

Recap of MIDEA Connect Session: Recruit the World

On March 31, MIDEA Connect presented Recruiting the World: Mobile Strategy at the Smithsonian by Nancy Proctor, Head of Mobile Strategy and Initiatives for the Smithsonian Institution. The webinar was brimming with information about the mobile initiatives and the mobile strategy in development at the Smithsonian Institution (SI). Below is a summary of her presentation. […]

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Mobiles, Panoramas, and a Month at a Museum

Mobiles, Panoramas, and a Month at a Museum

We are starting a new feature here on the MIDEA web site– our Spotlights will regularly publish stories on projects and research done by MIDEA member organizations as well as interesting items we find going on elsewhere in the museum community. As we know many museums are seeking ways to effectively leverage the capabilities of […]

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