Session Descriptions

To present at the Conference, please visit the Proposal Submission area. Once accepted, proposals will appear in a table below.

Completed papers may be submitted to The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum. More information may be found on the Publish Your Paper page, and please visit this page again for updates.

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Presentation Authors
Stream: Administration
Partnerships that Work: Guest Curator, Museum, Curator Dickson, Dr. Carol A.
Paper Presentation Accepted
Does My Avatar Get in Free? Examining Museums and Artists Growing Use of Second Life Wyld, David C.
Virtual Presentation Accepted
The Master Plan for the Ancient Roman Site of Stabiae, Campania, Italy Howe, Prof. Thomas Noble
Paper Presentation Accepted
Who Counts? What Matters? Towards More Inclusive Museum Accountability Legget, Dr Jane
Paper Presentation Accepted
From City to Regional: Process and Effects of Local Government Amalgamation in the Arts Sector Acimovic, Bianca Rose
Paper Presentation Accepted
Limits of Inclusion Vitali, Dr. Vanda
Paper Presentation Accepted
Stream: Collections
Using Museums in South Africa to Reconstruct the Unsung Heroes and Heroines of the Past Twala, Chitja
Paper Presentation Accepted
Re-Placing Art: Museums and the Street Brown, Dr Kathryn
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Matter of Jewishness: Rules for the Collection and Display of Material Culture Lehrer, Dr. Erica
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Tale-Enders: Gathering the Narrative Heritage of Welsh Cricket Wilson, Prof. Michael
Paper Presentation Accepted
Creation of an International Textbook Institute: Its Aim, Method, and Difficulty Hashimoto, Tomoyuki
Paper Presentation Accepted
Towards an Inclusive National Identity: The Asian Civilisations Museum of Singapore Yoong, Jackie
Paper Presentation Accepted
Indigenous Cultural Heritage and the Virtual Museum
  1. Vermeylen, Dr. Saskia
  2. Pilcher, Jeremy
Paper Presentation Accepted
Collecting and Recollecting: Creating a Museum Culture in Eighteenth-Century Germany Schellenberg, Dr. Renata
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Limits of Inclusion in Canadian Art Museums Whitelaw, Dr. Anne
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Importance of Colonial Collections in Heritage Projects: Indonesia-the Netherlands ter Keurs, Dr. Pieter
Paper Presentation Accepted
Digitization of Collections Next Level: Allowing Data to Flourish
  1. Navarrete, Trilce
  2. Beumer, Marjolein
Workshop Presentation Accepted
The (Greater) Collection as Blooming Universe of Knowledge Navarrete, Trilce
Paper Presentation Accepted
The New Jewish Museum, Munich: Traces of the Past, Present, and Future Salus, Dr. Carol
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Fred Wilson's Critiques of Museum Installations Mix, Dr. Elizabeth
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Studiolo, the Wunderkammer and the Dialectics of Museum Access and Exclusion Meadow, Prof. Mark A.
Paper Presentation Accepted
Strategies of Cultural Inclusion: An investigation of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the "Art of Australia 1788-1941" Exhibition Ryan, Louise
Paper Presentation Accepted
Stream: Communications and Education
Creating Authentic Links between Museums and Educational Institutions: The Use of Interactive Websites in Nurturing Collaboration and Vision
  1. Cacciattolo, Dr. Marcelle
  2. Haffenden, Peter
  3. Albanese, Jennifer
  4. Trimboli, Gemma
Paper Presentation Accepted
Vortex of Western and Eastern Religions in Japan since the 16th Century: From Militarism and Colonialism to Strained Symbiosis Kodera, Dr. T. James
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Politics of Research Funding in Academic Museums: The Case of the University of British Coumbia's Museum of Anthropology and the Beaty Museum of Natural History Scott, Suzanne Pauline
Paper Presentation Accepted
Toward Universal Design of Tactile Exhibits: Participant Preferences, Visual Capabilities, Age, and Model Form
  1. Joines, Dr. Sharon
  2. Vercoe, Ashley
Paper Presentation Accepted
A Consideration of Pragmatic Aesthetic Experience in the Inclusive Model Mullane, Matthew
Paper Presentation Accepted
Educating Museum Personnel for Inclusivity Levin, Prof. Amy K.
Paper Presentation Accepted
When Musuems Run Festivals Klaic, Dr. Dragan
Workshop Presentation Accepted
Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Museum Education: Key Factors in Expanding the ”Inclusive” Character of Museums
  1. Vemi, Prof. Vassiliki
  2. Kanari, Harikleia
Paper Presentation Accepted
Historic House Museums as Learning Catalysts
  1. Armstrong, Cara
  2. Gallagher, Dr. Claire
  3. Temkin, Prof. Aron
  4. Reynolds, Prof. John
  5. Griswold, Prof. Richard
  6. Wojcik, Marta
  7. Fischer, Ty
Colloquium Accepted
The Museum of Bioprospecting, Intellectual Property, and the Public Domain: A Place, A Process, A Philosophy Vogel, Joseph Henry
Paper Presentation Accepted
Artefacts and Narratives of Migration: Rotherham Museum Collections and the Pakistani/Kashmiri Community of Rotherham
  1. Pahl, Dr. Kate
  2. Pollard, Andy
Paper Presentation Accepted
Engaging Children Online: Is There Room for the Grittiness of Social Reality? Johnston, Dr. Robin
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Including the Excluded? The University of Pretoria Achives Centenary Celebration Van der Merwe, Ria
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Questioning Authority: The Use of Art Collections to Aid Communication Durrer, Victoria
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Sharing Appreciation of Public Art and Architecture in Hiroshima: Considering the User-experience when Using Mobile Phones
  1. Fushimi, Prof. Kiyoka
  2. Baba, Ms. Akiko
  3. Motoyama, Prof. Kiyofumi
Paper Presentation Accepted
Teaching the Ethics of Observation: A Case Study in the Use of Performance to Invite Active Participation at a Science Museum
  1. Blaeuer, Daniel
  2. Steier, Dr. Frederick
  3. Ostrenko, Wit
Paper Presentation Accepted
The World Café: A Design and Learning Methodology for the Inclusive Museum
  1. Steier, Dr. Frederick
  2. Ostrenko, Witold
  3. Blaeuer, Daniel
Workshop Presentation Accepted
Improving Children’s Learning: Research and Service Partnership between Cincinnati Museum Center and the University of Cincinnati Kloos, Dr Heidi
Paper Presentation Accepted
Rehearsing for Disaster in Hurricane Alley Lee, David Haldane
Paper Presentation Accepted
UMC New Britain Collaborative on the Cutting Edge: University, Museum, Community Collaboration
  1. Clark, Dr. Barbara
  2. Ritzenhoff, Dr. Karen
  3. Langhorne, Dr. Elizabeth
  4. Greenfield, Dr. Briann
Paper Presentation Accepted
Iwonder and Inquiry-Based Learning: Using Museum Pedagogy to Include Universities, Schools, and Communities in Museum Science
  1. Peterman, Dr. Francine
  2. Efthim, Richard
Paper Presentation Accepted
Gender and Science Museum Exhibit Choice: An Experimental Study Ota, Chloe
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Creation of a Public Art Museum: Transforming the Museum Without Walls as an Agent for Celebrating Diversity, Inclusivity, and Accessibility Yoshihara, Lisa
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Museum as the Meeting Place between the Verbal and the Visual Languages: Museum and its Language Gitai, Dr. Tzfira Gitay
Paper Presentation Accepted
Building a Sukkah for the Museum: From Social Inclusion to Exilic Education Doron, Edith
Paper Presentation Accepted
Know Thy Visitors: Personas for Visitor-centered Museums Schweibenz, Herr Werner
Workshop Presentation Accepted
Education Is Not a Dirty Word Beasley, Lyn
Paper Presentation Accepted
Relationship, Reach, Relevance and Re-Contextualisation: The 4 Rs of Inclusive Online Museum Learning
  1. Ross, Jen
  2. Bayne, Dr. Siân
  3. Williamson, Zoe
Paper Presentation Accepted
New Rhetoric for the Old Worldview: A Case Study of the Museum of Ethnography in Belgrade Gavrilovic, Dr. Ljiljana
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Museology 2.0: Museums Open to All Voices Gaytán-Ariza, Gabriel
Paper Presentation Accepted
Making Personal Meanings about Works of Art Barrett, Dr Terry
Paper Presentation Accepted
Recovering Memories: The New Exhibition at the Gedenkstätte (Memorial) Bergen-Belsen Schulze, Dr. Rainer
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Concept of Children's Museum in a Virtual Learning Environment Kuznik, Dr. Lea
Paper Presentation Accepted
Learning Through Discovery: Young Children’s Development and Learning within a Children’s Art Gallery Space Fawson, Sue
Paper Presentation Accepted
Lunch at Petra: Aesthetic Literacy, Gargoyles, and the Sixth Grade Field Trip LaFever, Kathryn
Paper Presentation Accepted
What to Do with Prisoners When They Cannot Go to the Museum: An Experience in "Villabona Prison", Asturias
  1. Fontal, Dr. Olaia
  2. Calaf, Roser
Paper Presentation Accepted
Public Archaeology and Museums in Japan Haggis, Devena
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Learning Communities as Inclusive Professional Development for Zoo Educators Kelly, Dr. Lisa-Anne DeGregoria
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Talking About My Generation: Creating Lifelong Learning Opportunities for Diverse Audiences at the American Museum of Natural History
  1. Gonzalez de Scollard, Edith
  2. Jacobs, Margaret
Paper Presentation Accepted
Consumer Decision-Making in the Museum Marketplace
  1. Avery, Prof. Jim
  2. Prnjat, Dejana
Paper Presentation Accepted
Picturing Paradise as Visions of Hope or Sources of Contention: Representing Third World Art in a First World Context Berru Davis, Rebecca
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Museum as a 'Process of Learning'
  1. Hulsbosch, Dr. Marianne
  2. Bedford, Dr. Elizabeth
Paper Presentation Accepted
Museums as Identity Creators: Keys of an Inclusive Museology in Contemporary Art Museums Fontal, Dr. Olaia
Paper Presentation Accepted
Learning from Best Practices: Cultural Diversity in Dutch Museums and Heritage Projects Jochems, Romy
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Afrikaans Language Museum as an Active Agent for Safeguarding Intangible Heritage amongst Learners Snel, Catherine
Paper Presentation Accepted
Creating Meaningful Pedagogies at the Intersection of School and Museum Education: Results from the Collaboration Process
  1. Tissari, Mrs. Varpu
  2. Krokfors, Dr. Leena
  3. Kumpulainen, Dr. Kristiina
  4. Lipponen, Docent Lasse
  5. Tornberg, Leena
Paper Presentation Accepted
Looking at Absent and Present Communities in Museums
  1. Juanola, Dr. Roser
  2. Masgrau, Dr. Mariona
Paper Presentation Accepted
Museums and Inclusion: Interpretations and Critical Considerations from Art Education Vallès, Dr. Joan
Paper Presentation Accepted
Adding a Museum Context to Elementary Pre-Service Education = Improved Self-Efficacy toward Teaching Science Templeton, Chelly
Paper Presentation Accepted
Prepare to Believe: Evangelicalism and the Museum
  1. Bilbo, Prof. Rebecca
  2. Riehemann, Prof. Robert
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Kreeger Museum's Hear Art, See Music Program: Providing Universal Access to Museum Learning
  1. Greenberg, Judy A.
  2. Brown, Dr. Carole W.
  3. Hostetler, Susan
  4. Keel, Dr. Erich
  5. Smith, Dr. Michael V.
  6. Waldock, Andrea
Virtual Presentation Accepted
“Curious George Goes to the Museum”: The Portrayal of Museums in North American Children’s Television and Film in the New Millennium Macalik, Jana
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Importance of the Audio-Visual Media for Exhibitions and Research of Museum Volkenkunde De Boer, Dr Herman
Paper Presentation Accepted
Involving Audiences in Programming and Developing Exhibitions Van de Sande, Dr Agniet
Paper Presentation Accepted
Exploring the Geography of Cultural Value: Museums, School Visits and Social Inclusion Woodham, Anna
Virtual Presentation Accepted
The Dialogy between the Museum and the Art: A Container x Content Relationship
  1. Krahe Edelweiss, Roberta
  2. Muntañola, Dr. Josep
  3. Naumann Machado, Dr. Nara Helena
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Network of Underground Museums in Greece: Re-Inventing the Past within Modern Landscapes
  1. Polyzoudi, Archontia
  2. Anesti, Eustathia
Virtual Presentation Accepted
The View of the Child and Young Person in Museum and Gallery Design Burke, Dr Catherine
Paper Presentation Accepted
Does the Spectator Solve It Himself? A Comparative Study of Two Spectator-driven Visual Art Presentations Van Eeckhaut, Marijke
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Participatory Potential of Museum Outreach: An Australian Case Study Wills, Dr Joanna
Virtual Presentation Accepted
MoBY Hosting: Exhibition of Artists' Groups in Bat Yam Museum of Contemporary Art
  1. Abir, Leah
  2. Gitzin-Adiram, Milana
Paper Presentation Accepted
Creating Morality and Patriotism: The Educational Roles of Chinese Public Museums Chen, Yun-Ju
Paper Presentation Accepted
Developing a Sustainable Museum Education Program for Istanbul Archaeological Museum with Community Partnership: School Museum Days Tezcan Akmehmet, Dr. Kadriye
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Stream: Culture and Intangible Heritage
How and why Museums are Becoming more Inclusive: American Museums Since 1988 Kammen, Prof. Michael
Paper Presentation Accepted
Whose Holocaust? The Struggle for Romany Inclusion in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Sodaro, Amy
Paper Presentation Accepted
Curating Folklore: The Case of Private Ethnographic Gallery of Tahtakuslar Village Saritas, Dr. Suheyla
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Heritage, Inclusion and Negotiating the Past in Divided Societies: Public Policy and Former Political Prisons in Northern Ireland and South Africa
  1. Flynn, Dr. Kate
  2. King, Dr. Tony
Paper Presentation Accepted
Museums as Temples of Cultures or Palaces of Entertainment? A Study of New Museums in Singapore Cai, Yunci
Paper Presentation Accepted
Don't Let Bygones Be...Bye, It's Gone: `Iolani Palace's Representation of the Overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom Chan, Shannan
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Creation of a Cultural Centre: The Case of Sintang, West Kalimantan, Indonesia van Hout, Itie
Paper Presentation Accepted
Safely Behind Glass? Exhibiting Recent Ethno-National Conflict in Northern Ireland Brown, Dr. Kris
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Between Exposure and Exposition: On the Manifold Educational Uses of Photographic Images Pieroni, Prof. Augusto
Paper Presentation Accepted
From Private Galleries to Museums: African Art Exhibitions in New York in the 1910s and 1920s Biro, Yaelle
Paper Presentation Accepted
Answering the Call for Diversity: The Case of the National Museum of American History and the Hip Hop Project Cuyler, Dr. Antonio C.
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Winckelmann's Secret History: A Religious History of the Modern Public Art Museum Ruprecht, Dr. Louis Arthur
Paper Presentation Accepted
International Tourism, Multinational State, National Museum? National Identity and National Narratives in Montenegro's Museums Schweigert, Dr. Thomas E.
Paper Presentation Accepted
A Reminder from the Colonial Past: Moluccans and Papuans, Voices from the Past, Speaking Out in the Present
  1. Manuhutu, Willem Christiaan
  2. Jouwe, Nancy
Paper Presentation Accepted
Identity, Mobilization and Globalization: The Workers Arts and Heritage Centre's Role in Creating Social Changes Wetselaar, Renée Simone
Paper Presentation Accepted
Native Voices in the Museum Stevens, Dr. Scott Manning
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Museum as a Forum Giving Voice to the “Disappeared”: A Case Study of the Museum of Memory in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Baeza Bastarrachea, Gabriela
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Displaying Yoruba Religious Objects in Western Museums Catalani, Anna
Paper Presentation Accepted
Decolonizing Exhibition Spaces: The Advent of the Chicano/Latino Cultural Centers and Galleries in California Latorre, Prof. Guisela
Paper Presentation Accepted
Promoting Cultural Diversity and Peace in a Post-War Society: Towards an Inclusive Lebanese Museum Tahan, Dr. Lina Gebrail
Paper Presentation Accepted
Cambodian Genocide Museums and Memorials: A Medium of Transmitting Intergenerational Cultural Memory Lim, Colin K.
Paper Presentation Accepted
Locating Goodness: Sugihara Chiune, Holocaust Era Altruism and the Politics of Cultural Memory Law, Prof. Jane-Marie
Paper Presentation Accepted
Museum as Method
  1. Siu, King-chung
  2. Chan, Howard
Paper Presentation Accepted
Defining the Message: The Role of the Research Office at the National Museum of the American Indian (Smithsonian Institution, U.S.A.) Adams, Dr. James
Paper Presentation Accepted
Immigrants as Part of the National Heritage: Displaying Ports of Entry in the US and Canada Ostow, Dr. Robin
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Reciprocal Research Network: Designing Inclusion and Accessibility in a Virtual Environment Connecting Museums, Researchers and First Nations Communities.
  1. Rowley, Susan
  2. Sparrow, Leona
  3. Sanborn, Andrea
  4. Schaepe, David
  5. Radermacher, Ulrike
  6. Wallace, Ryan
  7. Jakobsen, Nicholas
  8. Iverson, Lee
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Cemetery in the Living History Museum: Race, Nostalgia, and Living Pasts in Midwestern African American History Stinson, Jennifer
Paper Presentation Accepted
Kicking and Screaming: Including Unpopular Stories in Local Museums Brandon-Falcone, Dr. Janice
Paper Presentation Accepted
Indigenous Geography: A Case Study of Shared Authority
  1. Van Allen, Amy
  2. Quist, Shannon
Workshop Presentation Accepted
Intangible Cultural Heritage as an Alternative Museological Discourse: Challenges and Implications for Museum-Work Alivizatou, Marilena
Paper Presentation Accepted
Gender Issues in German and Austrian Historical Exhibitions about National Socialism Paver, Dr. Chloe
Paper Presentation Accepted
Exploring Muslim Identities: Inside and outside the Archives
  1. D'Arcy, Zoe
  2. Latham, Ross
Paper Presentation Accepted
Digging Deeper: Taking the Museum and the Museum Archaeologist out into the Community
  1. Paynton, Ceinwen
  2. Bowles, Andy
Paper Presentation Accepted
Stigma, Crime and Money in South African Art Exhibition Dreyer, Prof. Elfriede
Paper Presentation Accepted
A Chinese Puzzle: The Representation of Ethnic Minorities in the Museums of Kunming, Yunnan Province of China Varutti, Marzia
Paper Presentation Accepted
National Cultures Under the Globalisation: Enlightement in Museums Taghiyeva, Dr. Roya
Paper Presentation Accepted
Emerging Power Centers of Local History: Coordinating Civic Activism and Community Studies in Miami-Dade Florida Bush, Dr. Gregory
Workshop Presentation Accepted
Walking the Worlds: Lessons of Inclusively from US Tribal Museums Sturgeon, Keni
Virtual Presentation Accepted
A Museum for the Masses - The U. S. Constitution Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Constitution or the Cafeteria - Who's Driving the Bus? Patrick, Dr. Barbara
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Museums, Immigrants, and the Inversion of Xenophobia: Or, The Inclusive Museum in the Exclusive Society Westerman, Dr. William
Paper Presentation Accepted
Visual Records: Photography, Historicity and Experience
  1. Pickering, Michael
  2. Keightley, Emily
Paper Presentation Accepted
Emotion and Museum Display: The Problem of "Weak" Emotion, Citizenship, and Political Judgment Worthington, Dr. David
Paper Presentation Accepted
Representation and Reality in Museum Building: A Case Study of the El Paso Museum of History
  1. Dailey, Dr. Maceo Crenshaw
  2. Santascoy, Jessica Suzette
Paper Presentation Accepted
Rural Reminders: GPS, Cell Phones and Local History in the Scottish Highlands and on Cape Breton MacInnes, Dr. Daniel
Paper Presentation Accepted
Museums and the Muslim Marketplace: On the Representation of Heritage Entrepreneurship in "Gold Cloths of Sumatra" Rodgers, Prof. Susan
Virtual Presentation Accepted
The 'Reluctant' Museum Ryde, Jeni
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Deleuzian Museum: Toward a Discourse of Inclusion Baker, Janice
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Dancing with the Shuar: An Exploration of Cultural Heritage, Crisis and the Right to Survival Nagan, Winston Percival
Workshop Presentation Accepted
The Amazonian Collection of the Florida Museum of Natural History: Endangered Material Culture in the Context of Biodiversity Conservation Duin, Sonia
Paper Presentation Accepted
Transformation of the Wayana-Apalai Tamok Mask: From Intangible Identity to Arts in the Museum Duin, Renzo
Paper Presentation Accepted
Rags and Patches: Value and Textile Collections Poletti, Dr. ELena
Workshop Presentation Accepted
Unwrapping Circumpolar People's Art: Historical and Political Ramifications of Collecting Indigenous Artifacts, Particularly for Museum Display Tierney, Dr. Gerry
Paper Presentation Accepted
Institutional Museum Spaces and the Question of Representation: The Case of the Ethiopian Art in Israel Markovich, Dr. Dalya
Paper Presentation Accepted
Can We Make a Difference? Critical Analysis of the Results of the Expert Meeting ‘Museums, Society & Development’
  1. Voogt, Paul Richard
  2. Kitungulu, Ms. Lydia
Workshop Presentation Accepted
Staging Spain’s Catholic Nationalist Identity: The Role of Museums in the IV Centennial of the Battle of Lepanto (1471-1571) Aronna, Michael
Paper Presentation Accepted
Engaging with Creator Communities: The Way Forward for Museums
  1. Christidis, Dr. Les
  2. Daniel, Vinod
  3. Monaghan, Dr. Paul
  4. Carrillo-Huffman, Yvonne
  5. Huffman, Kirk
Paper Presentation Accepted
Objects through Time: German Internment in Australia in WW1 Thompson, Stephen
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Atlantic Slave Diaspora, and the Museological Representations of Trauma Wood, Marcus
Plenary Presentation Accepted
Mapping Heritage: A Participatory Technique for Identifying Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage La Frenierre, Jeff
Virtual Presentation Accepted
How to Do Things with Words: A Ghostly Archive and Its Commentary on Colonialism Hoffmann, Dr Anette
Paper Presentation Accepted
Inclusive Museums in Soldered States? Representing the Nation in United Germany and Vietnam Sutherland, Dr Claire
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Social Inclusiveness Houtgraaf, Msc MMM Dirk
Paper Presentation Accepted
Artists and Craftsmen, a Valuable Dialog: Practical Case of an Exhibition in the Museum of Metals Astudillo, Dr. Lucía
Paper Presentation Accepted
Stream: Technologies
Implementation of Virtual Museums for School Use
  1. Paliokas, Ioannis
  2. Kekkeris, Prof. Gerassimos
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Vernacular Practice of the Personal Museum: Contemplation, Study and Play in Eisinga’s Planetarium and Hille van Dieren’s Wrakken Museum Lawrence, Donald
Paper Presentation Accepted
An Urban Ecology Ecomuseum: A Quasi-Experimental Application of Integral Ecology Shepherd, Dr. Michelle
Paper Presentation Accepted
Will We See You the Museum? An Analysis of Museum Web Sites as Invitations to the Public Rotondo, Amanda
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Feeling Freedom - Heartbeats and Drumbeats: An Exhibit Design Exploring the Nature of Museums, Hands-On Exhibits and Freedom Salsitz, Maureen
Paper Presentation Accepted
Remote Access Museum Education: Next Steps in Moving Toward Constructivist and Inquiry-based Learning Online Howlett, Susan E.
Paper Presentation Accepted
‘Turn Up the Volume’: Museums, Mobile Media and the ‘Voice of the Everyday’ Arvanitis, Dr. Kostas
Paper Presentation Accepted
Multimedia and Accessible Museum Guides: The GVAM Prototype for the Dress Museum of Madrid
  1. Solano Ramírez, Jaime
  2. Utray, Francisco
  3. Galvez de la Cuesta, Maria del Carmen
  4. Pajares, Jose Luis
Paper Presentation Accepted
Virtual Museum Visits and Activities as Effective Teaching and Learning Tools
  1. Giantsiou, Dimitra
  2. Solomonidou, Prof. Christina
Paper Presentation Accepted
Notes on Brazilian Digital Historical Sources Guimarães Dantas, Camila
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Museums Opening Up to Communities Using Web 2.0: Promise or Reality?
  1. Shahani, Lavina
  2. Nikonanou, Dr. Niki
  3. Economou, Dr. Maria
Paper Presentation Accepted
Design Considerations for Mobile Museum Content: Seven Steps to Make Your Mobile Museum Content Effective
  1. Dermody, Michael
  2. Russell, Christine
Paper Presentation Accepted
Multi User Single Environment (MUSE) in Museum: A Preliminary Report on Informal Learning Othman, Mohd Kamal
Paper Presentation Accepted
Stream: Visitors
Tuhono: The Meeting Point Vusoniwailala, Kate
Paper Presentation Accepted
Reading the Gardner: Viewership, Readership, and Public Art Williams, Nicole
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Butterfly Effect: The Natural History Museum, Visual Art, and the Suspension of Disbelief Goldberg, L. Michael
Paper Presentation Accepted
Aesthetic of Participative Experiences: Two Case Studies on Making Interactive Designs Appealing in Museums Salgado, Dr. Mariana
Paper Presentation Accepted
What is the Titanic Effect? A Survey of Visitors to the R.M.S. Titanic Exhibition while on tour at the Tampa Museum of Science and Industry Ostrenko, Dr. Margaret Zajonc
Paper Presentation Accepted
Place-Making: On the Role of Museums in Literature Zitzlsperger, Prof. Ulrike
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Museums in Paris and the Combating of Social Inequality: Inclusive Roles and Responsibilities De Micheli, Dr Francesca
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Tactile Exhibits with Touch Activated Audio Descriptive
  1. Fuller, Rebecca
  2. Watkins, William
Workshop Presentation Accepted
Dreams of Freedom: The Museum as Agent of Cultural Change: Boston's 'Permanent' Immigration Exhibit Egmont, Dr. Westy
Workshop Presentation Accepted
Hot Science, Global Citizens: The Agency of the Museum Sector in Climate Change Interventions
  1. Cameron, Dr. Fiona
  2. Salazar, Dr. Juan Francisco
Workshop Presentation Accepted
Inclusive without Knowing It: Or How can Visitor Research help? Wintzerith, Dr. Stéphanie
Paper Presentation Accepted
Re-organising the Museum Profession(s): Social Inclusivity, Economic Efficiency and Professional Cultures in UK Museums Tlili, Dr. Anwar
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Relationship Between Disabled People and Museums: A Research Based on Interviews with Visitors and Directors of Museums Sarraf, Viviane Panelli
Paper Presentation Accepted
An Investigation of Italian Museum Provision for Visually Impaired Visitors: A Tool for Redefining Museum Identity Rossi-Linnemann, Camilla
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Exhibiting Communism in Romania and Hungary: The Coercive vs. the Inclusive Museum Nicolescu, Gabriela
Paper Presentation Accepted
Tate Members 1958-2008, Fifty Years Young or Old? Accommodating Membership within the Rhetoric of Audience Change and Diversity Harper, Kennedy Camilla
Paper Presentation Accepted
Including Immigrants: How Art Museums Can Bring Together Old and New Americans Monteiro, Lyra
Paper Presentation Accepted
This Is Not a Museum: The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Faires, Dr. Nancy
Virtual Presentation Accepted
Applying Heritage Tourism Model to Taiping, Malaysia: Lessons for Citizens and Stakeholders
  1. Yaman, Dr. Maheran
  2. Ab. Rahman, Dr. Nik Ismail Azlan
Paper Presentation Accepted
Aging Visitors: Assessing Museum Layout and Objects as Affording Experience
  1. Kim, Hyunjee
  2. Joines, Dr. Sharon
Virtual Presentation Accepted