By: Dr Lynda Kelly, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 24 Oct 2010
Quick notes from Day 2 of the workshop at the Science Museum, London.
Session 1 Provocation: New ways to engage people in exhibitions
Andrew Pekarik, Program Analyst, Office of Policy and Analysis, Smithsonian Institution
Panel 1: International examples
As I was presenting didn’t take notes so best refer to the twitter stream which can be found on the wiki here. I will write my presentation up when I get a minute or two (promise!).
Panel 2: Public history: participating with the past http://bit.ly/a6vSKv
Helen Weinstein, Head of the Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past
Here’s some AM stuff on measuring for you Helen:
Roger Lewry, Archives Liaison Officer, Federation of Family History Societies
Why study family history?
How can museums help in family history?
John Wood, Head of Training and Skills Development, The National Archives
Andrew Chitty, Managing Director, Illumina Digital
Reflections so far, Tim Boon, Science Museum: