Object Oriented – Episode 3 – Making in Museums

Object Oriented – Episode 3 – Making in Museums

This episode of Object Oriented explores the idea of making in museums, science, and teen programs. It includes short interviews with Lisa Brahms of the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, David Wells of the New York Hall of Science and AJ Almaguer, most recently of the Lawrence Hall of Science.

This podcast is hosted by Eve Gaus, (Digital Learning Manager at The Field Museum), Rik Panganiban (Senior Manager of Digital Learning at the California Academy of Sciences), and Barry Joseph (Associate Director of Digital Learning at the American Museum of Natural History).

image

—x—x— segments —x—x—

00:00 – 01:20 Teaser – Does making have a place in Museums?
02:01-03:26 – Introduction
03:26 – 13:13 – Lisa Brahms on museums and making
13:13 – 23:38 – David Wells on making in science oriented museums
23:40 – 36:04 – AJ Almaguer on making in youth programs and in the Lawrence Hall of Science
36:05 – 41:02 – Making in MakeShop and Design Make Play
41:02 – 41:50 – Where are we with making in museums?
41:50 – 48:07 – News of the Future, with Elizabeth Merritt
47:50 – 49:10 – Follow us online

—x—x— show notes —x—x—

Resources mentioned:

Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
Makeshop

New York Hall of Science
Design Make Play

TechHive / Lawrence Hall of Science
Robot Petting Zoo

Dispatches from the Future of Museums: Sign up here  for their weekly email, and see below for links to this episode’s stories:

  • “Instagram’s mark on public art” (link
  • “Hearthstone exhibited as modern art at the V&A Museum in London” (link)
  • Get A Guided Tour Of The Met From Jay-Z, Kanye West, And Drake (link)
  • The HipHop Project (link)

Blog: http://objectoriented.info
Twitter: @ooriented

Follow the hosts individually at @gauseve, @mmmooshme, and @riktheranger.

Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher and iTunes.

[PHOTO INFO: youth participants in The Field Museum’s 2014 summer workshop.]

Object Oriented – Episode 2 – Games-based Learning in Museum Education

Object Oriented – Episode 2 – Games-based Learning in Museum Education

This episode of Object Oriented explores the ideas of games-based learning. It includes short excerpts from the @MMMooshme interview with Bernie deKoven and then explores examples from youth programs.

This podcast is hosted by Eve Gaus, (Digital Learning Manager at The Field Museum), Rik Panganiban (Senior Manager of Digital Learning at the California Academy of Sciences), and Barry Joseph (Associate Director of Digital Learning at the American Museum of Natural History).

—x—x— segments —x—x—

00:00 – 01:46 Teaser – Inspiration through Games
01:46 – 02:45 Introduction
02:45 – 17:50 Games, learning and museums – what’s the point?
17:50 – 38:00 Examples of games-based learning in museums
38:00 – 47:20 News of the Future, with Elizabeth Merritt
47:20 – 48:38 Follow us online

—x—x— show notes —x—x—

The Mooshme interview with Bernie deKoven can be found here.

Youth programs mentioned:

Cal Academy:

Field Museum:

American Museum of Natural History:

Dispatches from the Future of Museums: Sign up here for their weekly email, and see below for links to this episode’s stories:

  • “‘First Life’ Virtual Reality Doc Debuts at London’s Natural History Museum” (link)
  • “Brown University unveils 3D virtual-reality room” (link)
  • “School Field Trips Go Virtual” (link)
  • “Google Expeditions gives schoolkids Google Cardboard and phones so they can go to the moon” (link)
  • “3-D scans saving cultural artifacts destroyed by ISIS”  (link)
  • “Do touch the artwork at Prado’s exhibit for the blind”  (link)
  • “British Museum to give live tours over Periscope” (link)

Blog: http://objectoriented.info
Twitter: @ooriented

Follow the hosts individually at @gauseve, @mmmooshme, and @riktheranger.

Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher and iTunes.

[PHOTO INFO: youth participants in “Virtual Expeditions” program at the California Academy of Sciences, October 2013.]

Object Oriented – Episode 1 – The Digital Lens in Museum Education

Object Oriented – Episode 1 – The Digital Lens in Museum Education: Distraction or Extension?

This episode of Object Oriented explores the ideas of digitally-enabled public thinking. It includes short excerpts from the @MMMooshme interview with reporter Clive Thompson on Digital Memory, recorded at AMNH, and then explore examples from youth programs.

This podcast is hosted by Eve Gaus, (Digital Learning Manager at The Field Museum), Rik Panganiban (Senior Manager of Digital Learning at the California Academy of Sciences), and Barry Joseph (Associate Director of Digital Learning at the American Museum of Natural History).

RM_130123_1303

—x—x— segments —x—x—

00:00 – 01:25 Teaser – What do you see?
01:26 – 2:15 Introduction
2:16 – 15:30 The Digital Lens: Distraction or Extension (in museum halls)
15:30 – 23:55 The Digital Lens: Distraction or Extension (in museum programs)
23:56 – 32:52 News of the Future, with Elizabeth Merritt
32:52 – 34:18 Follow us

—x—x— show notes —x—x—

The Mooshme interview series with Clive Thompson can be found here.

Dispatches from the Future of Museums: Sign up here for their weekly email, and see below for links to this episode’s stories:

  • “Our schools all have a tragic flaw; Silicon Valley thinks it has the answer” (link)
  • “Tour a Digital Art Gallery Curated by an Avatar” (link)
  • “This is How We Will Experience Storytelling in the Future” (link)
  • “Microsoft’s HoloLens headset is absolutely incredible” (link)

Blog: http://objectoriented.info
Twitter: @ooriented

Follow the hosts individually at @gauseve, @mmmooshme, and @riktheranger.

Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher and iTunes.

Preview Object-Oriented, The New Podcast on Digital Learning in Museums

Above is the video preview of a new audio podcast launching in May, Object-Oriented, about digital learning in collections-based museums. The first podcast will launch in May. You can read more details about it here or subscribe in the side-bar so we can notify you when its out.

Until then, please send us a note of welcome in the comments below or suggestions for topics or programs we might cover in future episodes.