Three meSch Related Presentations at NODEM 2013

Three meSch related papers have been accepted at NODEM 2013 ‘Beyond Control’, the International Conference on Design and Digital Heritage, taking place in Stockholm, from 1 to 4 December.

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The Stockholm City Museum, one of the venues of NODEM2013

The overarching goal of NODEM2013 is to highlight and investigate a variety of challenges that museums and other culture-historical institutions are facing in an increasingly digital, and media saturated, landscape. The aim of the conference is to bring together museum and heritage professionals (GLAM and heritage sector), innovation experts (universities, research and technology transfer centres, start-ups) and practitioners (SME sector) to enable discussion on the potential of collaboration and innovation.

The three meSch related presentations are:

  • “Exploring Historical, Social and Natural Heritage: Challenges for Tangible Interaction Design at Sheffield General Cemetery” by Luigina Ciolfi, Daniela Petrelli, Fabio Caparrelli, Nick Dulake, Robin Goldberg, Mark T. Marshall, Matt Willox
  • “Working in beta – implications for museums and their visitors” by Lauren Davis, Christie Ray, Merel van der Vaart
  • “Digital Demands – The Design of Interactive Exhibits from the Curator’s Perspective” by Fiona Mcdermott, Gabriela Avram, Loraine Clarke

Find them in the NODEM digital repository: http://repo.nodem.org/

MORE INFORMATION

For more information about the conference, go to http://www.nodem.org/conferences/stockholm-2013/