Browsing All Posts filed under »Professional development«

Computer Club awesomeness: An interview with IWM’s Carolyn Royston

July 8, 2013

4

One of the coolest ideas that I picked up at Museums and the Web this year was the Imperial War Museums‘ Computer Club; an “informal club for all staff that aims to provide a hands-on experience with technology.” It was so cool, in fact, that I’ve asked Carolyn Royston,┬áHead of Digital Media at the IWM, […]

Floor staff and the guest experience @ the Dallas Museum of Art

May 8, 2013

3

If you’re anything like me, you probably keep a mental notebook of museums that seem to do consistently interesting work; it’s pages filled with the names of people you’d want to work with or museums you’d like to be at if the opportunity arose. My list has quite a few names on it, but one […]

How do you learn to tell stories worth experiencing?

October 12, 2012

12

Today I just have a single question: how do people who work in museums learn to tell good stories? Below is an excerpt from┬áSeb Chan’s breathtaking interview with Mike Jones (if you haven’t yet read it yet, you should – and also check out Jasper Visser’s latest post on digital storytelling). Mike says: A story […]

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 803 other followers