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Hyperconnected museums and heritage sites: New approaches, new audiences. there’s more than meets the eye

Talila YEHIEL1 | Shani ZIV2 (1Mofet Institute, Tel Aviv |, Tel Aviv, Israel) Keywords: Dynamic heritage, New audiences, Digital curating, Public participation, interactive maps, wandering , narratives The collaborative process of creating interactive experimental  heritage maps Experiences from  Puebla- , Mexico , Erez Israel museum and  five partners  of the congress  in Vienna. Challenges that will be discussed: How do we mediating collections and spaces? Who is curating and who is creating digital experiences around heritage sites? How the technology can support DIY (do it yourself) storytelling ? How do we encourage in situ experimental learning, balancing visual, sensual, social and technological? How can we feel close to the object with the supportive technology? Technological sustainability: From a catalog to interaction – How can your catalogue turn into Lego cubes that you can re-use to  build your visitors’ experiences ? From top down to profile oriented – How can you curate your visitors’ experiences? Especially new audiences From information to narrative – How can the curator visually tell the big story in the exhibition? 3.How does it work? Four models for starting points will be presented: On your own- substitute of traditional mediation by museums: maps, games, Audio guide, working sheets, labels evolution Academically speaking: The university as a leading institute that supports research and new innovations. The cultural community – museums and heritage professionals from the same city that decided to collaborate. Button up – students as content creators. Students collaborated with the curator and created original content around the exhibition. My supportive technology is the wandering platform. My personal site:...

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