[OpenGLAM] Research study from Australia

dominik.landwehr at mgb.ch dominik.landwehr at mgb.ch
Tue Feb 7 09:28:01 UTC 2017

Dear Carol

Thanks for your mail. I transfer it to my colleague Petra Miersch who is far more knowledgable than me in this domain

Wishing you success

Dominik Landwehr

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Von: open-glam [mailto:open-glam-bounces at lists.okfn.org] Im Auftrag von carol fripp
Gesendet: Dienstag, 7. Februar 2017 00:55
An: open-glam at lists.okfn.org
Betreff: [OpenGLAM] Research study from Australia

I have been referred to your email list, with my enquiry.

I was previously General Manager of an online copyright and digital rights management company in Australia (within the vocational education sector) where we developed a series
of licences to encourage free sharing of resources. It was a similar concept to Creative Commons although we also had a range of commercial licences as well.

I am now a volunteer guide at one of Australia’s leading art galleries, QAGOMA (www.qagoma.qld.gov.au<http://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au>), and an about to submit
an application for a small research grant, where I am trying to find galleries/museums that are finding cutting edge ways to reach out to their communities
through use of new technologies (digitising content), specialised programs, interactive and virtual reality experiences, virtual workshops, etc

and the particular interest is how these innovations impact on how the personal guide/docent role might change in the future?
What new skills will guides need, how do they complement these innovations,

If you know of galleries/museums where an innovation has been innovated, that I might be able to visit down the track, I would be most grateful.

kind regards from Australia.

Carol (Fripp)
dobbie6 at gmail.com<mailto:dobbie6 at gmail.com>

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