Earlier this month, I was asked to speak about my work at the IMLS WebWise conference in Baltimore.  It was pretty cool to hang out with a bunch of museum and library people who are all doing really interesting forward-thinking things with technology at their respective organizations.  Here’s an overview blog post on the WNYC site.

I was part of a panel called “History Places and Spaces: Learning & Participation on the Move” and talked about my participatory installations, mainly Scapes.  I shared the stage with Nancy Proctor of Smithsonian, Rob Stein of the Dallas Museum of Art and Jason Casden of North Carolina State University Libraries and you can see the whole glorious presentation (along with overly diligent subtitles) thanks to the video crew.  I was the third presenter and began around 46 minutes into it.

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