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Human-Computer Interaction Design

IT and museums

Information Technology and its Use in the Context of Museums and Art Galleries

Staff and funding

Principal investigator: Dr Juliet Steyn, Department of Cultural Policy and Management

Co-investigator: Dr Sara Jones

Total funding: £5,000

Funding source: London Centre for Arts and Cultural Enterprise

Duration: 6 months 2009

Project description

Museums and their correlatives have been forced to change their ontology from that of history to economics, of education to entertainment. This mutation, a radical change of image, in everyday terms, will be considered in a one day workshop to examine the uses of new technologies in museums and their correlatives and explore their effects on the experiences of their visitors.

Key publications