New media changes the way exhibitions are conceived and organised
With the development of technology, new media evolved into a decisive tool in promoting exhibitions and reaching out to audiences. In addition, new media became an integral part of exhibition spaces, and – in some cases – even artworks themselves. Yet, despite the significant potential of new media, there is still only limited existing scientific data in this field. The museum community aims to grasp the status quo and likely developments of new media technologies.
To address this gap of knowledge, MUSEUM BOOSTER conducts an ongoing survey on the current usage of new media and trends in this field. The key goals are to analyse the status quo and to provide an outlook on future technologies and trends.
Are you working in a museum, science centre or exhibition space? Help us shape the future of museums! Participate in our survey on the current usage of new technologies and innovations in museums. In addition to analysing the status quo and forecasting future trends, the survey of 2020 aims also at examining how COVID-19 has influenced the digitalisation in museums.
It takes only 10 minutes to fill out the short survey. As a little thank you gift, all participants will receive a summary report of the results.
Let’s shape the future of museums together! We appreciate your support!
New media Toolbox
The viability check tool for museums is a list of questions and topics to be thought out and planned by museum managers before the launch of a new project or for the review of a current project.
Matrix on the effectiveness of new media tools, where these tools are gauged by relevant factors for museums – such us suitability by type of museum, by type of visitors, by cost considerations, etc.
Ten specific examples of creative ideas of new media for museums which might help museums to attract more people and/or to contribute to their institutional success.