Learning, Teaching and Curating:

Situated Digital Experience in Museums

Advanced Course

The aim of this advanced course is to create an interactive experimental learning game for an exhibition or a heritage of the students’ choice.
The course is composed of four synchronic meetings:
The first meeting will focus on choosing a template according to each participant’s content;
The second will be dedicated to editing the content in the template;
In the third session we will conduct peer evaluation of the edited games;
In the fourth and last meeting we will work on evaluation and improvement.
– 50$ for the graduates of the first course.
– A participant can register another colleague from his/her institute, for the sum of 25$ (i.e. 75$ all together). In this case the graduate will have to teach the colleague how to use the platform.
– Muse. Run Annual License – A templated version with up to 9 stations for personal use
– Endless content editing
– Personal management site with limitless stations
Training time for graduates and new comers to discuss practical issue, will be allotted on:
Tuesday, May 5th at 4 pm Israel time
Wednesday, May 6th at 4 pm Israel time.
The course itself will begin on Thursday, May 7th
Course dates
Sunday May 10th
Thursday 14th
Sunday 17th
Thursday 21st
The sessions will run from 4 pm – 5:30 pm Israel time
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