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Location-based Reminder for Memorizing What Visitors Learn at a Museum

Yoshiyuki Shoji, Kenro Aihara, Martin J. Dürst, Noriko Kando, Takuya Nakaya, Hiroaki Ohshima, Takehiro Yamamoto, Yusuke Yamamoto
2021 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval  
This paper proposes a method to promote a strongly memorable museum experience by sending reminder notifications when visitors approach places related to the exhibits.  ...  Our method estimates real-world places that are related to a museum exhibit by linking characteristic terms that appear in reviews for these places with exhibit commentaries.  ...  We sincerely thank the Japanese National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku) for offering the exhibit meta-data.  ... 
dblp:conf/chiir/ShojiADKNOYY21 fatcat:7enjaz3zqjdhbpmubnarnlg6ta

Preface to the 3rd Workshop on Evaluation of Personalisation in Information Retrieval

Nicholas J. Belkin, Gareth J. F. Jones, Noriko Kando, Gabriella Pasi
2021 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval  
Dürst, Noriko Kando, Takuya Nakaya, Hiroaki Ohshima, Takehiro Yamamoto, Yusuke Yamamoto: Location-based Reminder for Memorizing What Visitors Learn at a Museum • Yasin Ghafourian, Petr Knoth, Allan Hanbury  ...  WEPIR 2021 was a follow on to the first WEPIR held at at CHIIR 2018 [2] and the second WEPIR held at CHIIR 2019 [3] .  ... 
dblp:conf/chiir/BelkinJKP21 fatcat:ucccujr5pzaino2tbpd6pdg3la

An understanding of the visitor experience at the Egyptian and Te Papa Museums: The Other Roles of Traditional and Modern Museums

Ahmed Abdel Fattah
2019 African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure  
This study constitutes a first trial to examine domestic and international visitors' experiences at two different museums: the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt, a long established traditional museum, and  ...  Both museums are important sites for: learning; social interactions; remembering historical and personal events; connecting visitors with the familiar and reinforcing their pre-existing knowledge; and  ...  Besides, I am grateful to all the museum staff and management at Te Papa museum who offered unconditional support and the easy access to the museums' facilities and visitors.  ... 
doaj:7e17bb4205264199b34dfc47859fa2a8 fatcat:dsxygidrgrd37bczwn4jleuyre

Analyzing Museum Visitor Experiences and Post Experience Dimensions Using SEM

Taşkın Dirsehan
2012 Bogazici Journal  
Based on the research findings, a structural equation model is developed to reveal the relationships between customer experiences and post experience dimensions (learning in museum, visitor satisfaction  ...  Thus, customer experience management provides a competitive advantage for museums. This study aims to reveal the effects of customer experiences from the museum perspective.  ...  Visitors' observation of others provides them with ideas on what can be done at an exhibit and what kind of experience they can expect to have (Lehn, 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.21773/boun.26.1.6 fatcat:sl27abng7jcetjfs5bgeh5f2n4

Museums and Memories: Remembering the Past in Local and Community Museums

Janis Wilton
2006 Public History Review  
Finally, it ponders the nature and impact of the memorable museum moments which visitors take with them.  ...  This article explores the memories created and promoted through museums.  ...  to experience what it was like to sit at the narrow desks, write on slates, and learn under the disciplinary gaze of a nineteenth-century school teacher.  ... 
doi:10.5130/phrj.v12i0.206 fatcat:2xfr5bylf5hajbd372oadnbgwa

Dialogic Inquiry of Family Conversations in Museum Exhibits Designed for Family Engagement

Christen Foehring, Anna Keefe, Ashley Kliefoth, Katherine Murphy
2013 Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal  
A discussion of dialogue observed in each museum exhibit further explores which elements of the exhibit design may have been encouraging unique learning and interaction, and what opportunities this presents  ...  Specifically, we asked the question: "What types of learning are demonstrated through family discourse in museum and aquarium exhibits?"  ...  Discussion The conversations recorded at each museum are valuable resources for determining what kinds of family learning are taking place in particular exhibits.  ... 
doi:10.20533/licej.2040.2589.2013.0173 fatcat:zpghm2n5hvci7awtqrpjrey3mi

Solitary vs. Shared: Exploring the Social Dimension of Museum Learning

Jan Packer, Roy Ballantyne
2005 Curator: The Museum Journal  
There is also evidence, however, that some museum visitors prefer to visit alone or to learn by themselves.  ...  The findings challenge the supposition that social interaction is more beneficial to learning than a solitary experience and suggest that, for adult learners, solitary and shared learning experiences can  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A shortened version of this paper was presented at the Museums Australia Conference in Melbourne, Australia, May 2004.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.2151-6952.2005.tb00165.x fatcat:zhe646gunfaz7bp24o6nygo7ra

Unearthing the Native Past: Citizen Archaeology and Modern (Non)Belonging at the Pueblo Grande Museum

Roberta Chevrette, Aaron Hess
2015 Communication and Critical/Cultural studies  
Focusing on Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, this essay analyzes the interpellation of museum visitors as citizen archaeologists, a process which re/produces racialized discourses through rhetorics  ...  It is argued that as visitors excavate remnants of the past they engage an archaeological vision that reinforces dominant constructions of "modern" citizenship.  ...  For this visitor, past racism against Native peoples is not implicated in PGM's discourses; instead, as a site of learning, the museum is a place where these structures are imagined to be undone.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14791420.2015.1012214 fatcat:kw2kvzannrbtdataytutjnioly

Subversive identities at the art museum: An ESL university student's experience at the National Gallery of Canada

Geneviève Cloutier, Awad Ibrahim, David Pratt
2016 Canadian Review of Art Education Research and Issues / Revue canadienne de recherches et enjeux en éducation artistique  
The authors call for more research in what they refer to as 'critical ESL art museum education'KEYWORDS:Anglais langue étrangère; apprentissage de langue; culture; éducation muséale artistique; identités  ...  MOTS CLES: Language learning; culture; art museum education; subversive identities; pedagogy; affect  ...  However, she too, when asked what her most memorable work was, did not focus on her selection for the course assignments.  ... 
doi:10.26443/crae.v43i1.22 fatcat:jlhf7jurxfgchad2xr3ru4urju

Reflections on visitors' experiences of the beekeeping museum: an analysis of the guestbook notes

Suat Akyürek
2022 European Journal of Tourism Research  
As a result of the study, some suggestions have been put forward for researchers and apitourism stakeholders.  ...  The resulting themes, such as shedding light on the past, experiencing intense emotions, information and awareness, being a recreational activity, features of the museum, and staff.  ...  Also, I would like to thank my father who is a beekeeper, for teaching me the profession of beekeeping and for inspiring me to write this article.  ... 
doi:10.54055/ejtr.v32i.2569 fatcat:bxrddkoz7rcbliy7vc77lrkgbm

Who visits the apartheid museum and why? An exploratory study of the motivations to visit a dark tourism site in South Africa

Jacqueline Mangwane, Uwe Peter Hermann, Antje Inge Lenhard
2019 International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research  
The purpose of this paper is to explore the motivations of visitors to the Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum (HPMM) as an iconic dark site in South Africa to identify what motivates visitation and which  ...  Purpose This paper attempts to fill the gap that exists in research regarding visitor motivations at dark heritage sites.  ...  Research into the field of visitor motivations at museums includes that by Falk (2011) who developed an identity-related visitor motivation model, and Brida et al. (2013) who did a comparative motivation-based  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijcthr-03-2018-0037 fatcat:soi2vlqowzdptbapemjicnkpza

Putting "US" back in Museums: Increasing Student Engagement via Experiential Learning Writing Assignments

Rachael Zeleny
2020 Prompt A Journal of Academic Writing Assignments  
By tapping into a nationwide discussion of inclusion and public spaces, this business proposal style assignment asks students to consider their own observations as museum visitors alongside research that  ...  This paper details the evolution of a course, Arts and Society, and the inception of a student-centered assignment, "Putting 'US' back in Museums."  ...  curriculum because these locations facilitate a knowledge-based learning economy, improving success and retention (Packer & Ballantyne, 2002) .  ... 
doi:10.31719/pjaw.v4i2.66 fatcat:jdmjyeugwvgwjp5ebx7ui3k23m

School trip photomarathons: engaging primary school visitors using a topic focused photo competition

Trevor Collins, Richard Joiner, Alice White, Lindsey Braidley
2011 Research in Learning Technology  
Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the support of the staff at the Roman Baths, without whose support and enthusiasm we would have been unable to conduct the study.  ...  idea for the project.  ...  Discussion The aim of this evaluation was to investigate the use of photomarathons as a way of supporting students making connections between what they learn during their museum visit and what they learn  ... 
doi:10.3402/rlt.v19s1/7797 fatcat:iuyi5o7y3fcc5fehps5gfo2bcm

Quintus in Britannia: visiting Roman Britain with the Cambridge Latin Course

James Watson
2020 The Journal of Classics Teaching  
A version of this article was delivered as an oral presentation, entitled 'In the footsteps of Quintus Caecilius: visiting Roman Britain with the Cambridge Latin Course', at the American Classical League  ...  AbstractThis article records its author's travels to sites in Britain that either provide settings for or are relevant to the stories of the Cambridge Latin Course.  ...  Before describing my travels and what I learned from them, I should present a disclaimer.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s2058631020000094 fatcat:d3ul5p5ga5dw7h4di2545o6vhu

Crafting a Poetic Museology

Elizabeth Weiser
2018 ICOFOM Study Series  
Scholars, like any professional writers, can learn and practice the techniques of this craft, many of which are touched on here, revising their work for clarity and grace.  ...  A B S T R A C T Museological scholarship that engages an audience which must be persuaded to read a given text requires as much craft as any creative work.  ...  This more aesthetic experience is curated by Explanations-the visitor is not left to wonder why they are looking at propaganda posters, for instance, they are called to question "What Shapes Our Impressions  ... 
doi:10.4000/iss.1149 fatcat:lfuyebcqrfdedkfkoa22giweii
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