Interactive Design for Museums

Collaboration led by Elizabeth Goins and with Andrew Phelps


This project proposes a new approach to collaborative humanities-based learning within a technological framework. The effort involves an interdisciplinary emphasis to bring students from liberal arts, arts and technology together to create innovative solutions to salient problems within the study of material culture.  The experience challenges faculty and students to think of innovate ways to explore the use of technology for museums beyond today's everyday methods in order to truly explore interactive experiences that will enhance patron's understanding of and identification with the arts and humanities. This work is funded by the Rochester Institute of Technology Provost Learning and Innovation Grant (PLIG) – Adaptation and Innovation Program.

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