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Posts Tagged ‘technology’

Consumers or Stewards: Do our energy transitions really define who we are?
September 18, 2014

By Jesika Briones, Advanced Energy Centre, MaRS Discovery District This article was originally published on MaRS blog. It’s been reposted on our blog with the author’s permission. I recently decided…

Public Libraries Transform: Edutainment or New Modes of Learning?
September 4, 2012

By Brenda Taylor Yesterday I began reading The Evolution of Library and Museum Partnerships: Historical Antecedents, Contemporary Manifestations, and Future Directions (Dilevko, Juris and Lisa Gottlieb. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited,…

Do Adults Really Want to Play in a Museum?
January 21, 2011

by Ngaire Blankenberg I’m thinking about interactive museum exhibitions. Of course, everyone who is recommending an interpretive approach will include ‘interactives’ as a ‘category’ of exhibition, to meet the needs…

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