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Interactive Multimedia in American Museums

Koester, Stephanie Eva. , Pittsburgh: Archives & Museum Informatics, 1993.

Table of Contents

Introduction (PDF)
 
I. The Museum Context (PDF)
Educational Purposes of Museums
The History of Interactive Multimedia in Museums (PDF)
The Museum Visitor (PDF)
The Museums as a Learning (PDF)
II. Museum Issues
A Profile of Museum in the Study (PDF)
Interactive Exhibit Design Issues (PDF)
Multimedia Hardware
Multimedia Software
Putting it All Together (PDF)
Interactive Multimedia in Museums (PDF)
The Future of Interactive Multimedia in Museums (PDF)
III. Summary & Conclusion
Appendices
Appendix A: Interviewee List (PDF)
Appendix B: Survey Methodology (PDF)
Appendix C: Quantitative Tables of Interview Results (PDF)
Appendix D: References (PDF)

Interactive Multimedia and Museums:

A Bibliography (PDF)

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