23. mai 2018

Digital tools in museums, memorials, heritage and landscapes

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How can digital tools and new learning devices improve the experience in museums,, memorials, heritage and landscapes? How can they encourage learning, curiosity and help us gain a better understanding of both past, present and future? How do we succeed in implementing this technology, and in doing so, what new challenges do we face?

With these questions in mind, the Falstad centre invites you to partake in this seminar about the use of digital tools in museums, memorials, heritage and landscapes. Participants will encounter digital educational tools and learn about new technology, as well as an opportunity to discuss the benefits and challenges which we face in applying digital learning to our institutions.

During the seminar, the new digital reconstruction of Falstad’s historical landscape – the Falstad prison camp of 1945, will be shown for the first time.

The seminar targets staff and educators in museums and memorials, tourism destinations and developers of experienced based technology.

The seminar will be held in English.

PROGRAM

09:30 Welcome to the Falstad Centre

09:45 Digital reconstructions at European memorial sites:
The Falstad Centre, by Paul Verschure and Sytse Wierenga, Barcelona University
Bergen Belsen, Germany
Westerbork, The Netherlands

10:40 Coffee break

10:50 Digital tools and learning, by Helga Dis Sigurdardottir NTNU

11:25 Opportunities and challenges using digital tools in cultural heritage, Jon Olav Hove, NTNU university

12:00 The Falstad digital reconstruction, hands on testing

12:30 Lunch 

13:00 Results from user surveys conducted while developing app tool for Nidarosdomen, Inge Sørgård, Norway cultural Council

13:20 Virtual Reality and Augmented reality, Alexander Kjølstad og Patrik Grønli Smart Media/Camerat

13:40 Jewish trails in the North  Aurora Jacobsen Evenshaug, Jewish Museum Trondheim

14:00 Looking up from the screen and out in to the world! How do we create positive digital experiences for children in the public space? Nina Fjelnset og Marte Rye Bårdsen, Ablemagic

14:20 Bædi and Børdi, Linda Skipnes Strand

14:40 Scanning of buildings, William Mitchell University of Staffordshire

15:00 Questions and discussion

16:00 End of seminar

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Augmented reality application in use by students at the Bergen-Belsen memorial, Germany, 2014. Photo: Sytse Wierenga.
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