Learning with Digital Technologies in Museums, Science Centres and Galleries

Abstract : As early as 2002 the number of virtual visitors to many museums' websites had already overtaken the number of physical visitors on-site. These developments, both within the walls of the institution and outside them, provide a number of challenges for educators and curators, at the heart of which lie the questions - what is distinctive about learning in museums, science centres and galleries, and how might this change or evolve through the increasing use of digital technologies?
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Roy Hawkey. Learning with Digital Technologies in Museums, Science Centres and Galleries. 2004. ⟨hal-00190496⟩

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