Today we’ll look at some current, emerging, and experimental approaches to digital public history.
Read Chapter 1 of Alan Craig, Understanding Augmented Reality: Concepts and Applications (2013) (Requires UWO proxy) and explore the rest.
Helen Papagiannis: Augmented Stories
An example of AR in Museums
Museums in the 21st Century: Engagement and Preservation
- William Turkel ‘Hacking History, from Analog to Digital and Back Again’ Rethinking History 15.2 (March 2011) 287-296. (Find through western libraries. Will need off campus proxy) Abstract
- Ruth B. Phillips, “The Digital (R)Evolution of Museum-Based Research” (Chapter 15 of Museum Pieces: Toward the Indigenization of Canadian Museums) Requires UWO proxy off campus. Also see: “The Great Lakes Research Alliance for the Study of Aboriginal Arts and Cultures“
3D Scanning and Reproduction
Devon Elliott, Robert MacDougall, William J. Turkel, “New Old Things: Fabrication, Physical Computing, and Experiment in Historical Practice.” Candian Journal of Communication, Vol 37, No 1 (2012).