The title is not mine, it is Mia Ridge’s. I found her article on “Digital participation, engagement and crowdsourcing in museums” on London Museums Group’s web site and wanted to share it here. The core message of this article is:
“Digital strategies should be embedded within a wider Read more »
I just wanted to share this article by Hannah Baker entitled The public don’t want to be involved in science policy.
In her article Hannah Baker questions the link between scientific literacy and the public’s will to engage in controversies on science.
If people feel that they Read more »
What is your dream museum? What would you like to see, to experience or to do in your dream museum? And how can you make it happen?
Looking for answers to those questions is the driving force of Museomix, a movement which started in France in 2011 and Read more »
I’ve just read a very inspiring post on citizen science and co-creation of knowledge through the involvement of citizens in research. “Click to cure” (see my post about it) is one example, but similar initiatives are starting everywhere.
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I will start the first post of the year by wishing everyone a happy 2013! I hope this new year will bring you inspiration, success and fun in your personal and professional projects.
One of my teachers in science communication used to say: “remember to love and create”. As young students, Read more »