Mobile for Museums and Cultural Heritage

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Nancy Proctor, Ph.D.

Smithsonian Institution
@NancyProctor
MITH Conference Room
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
12:30 pm

Mobile platforms have become a critical social media platform and tool for creating “network effects” by connecting communities, conversations and initiatives in the museum of the 21st century. Nancy Proctor will talk about how mobile is helping transform the museum into a distributed network, and will offer for discussion specific examples of how mobile projects at the Smithsonian are “recruiting the world” to help with the Institution’s mission of the increase and diffusion of knowledge. For further information visit http://si.edu/mobile or follow #mtogo #SIMobile on Twitter.

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All talks free and open to the public. Attendees are welcome to bring their own lunches.

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