Learning in museums : Transliteracies in a digital world Jan Molloy Museum Victoria email@example.com @ janpcim. Museum Learning Theory. Three dimensional learning Stories are concrete and real Visceral experiential learning in the space Interaction with displays and objects.
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Three dimensional learning
Department of Education and Early Childhood position on digital learning:
“With the advent of technologies such as Web 2.0 and learning platforms, new opportunities for collaborative learning have emerged.
In particular, with Web 2.0 functionality, social networks, educational communities and relationships can be fostered to develop students as creators of knowledge rather than simply as consumers of information.”
Digital Learning Platforms
Research Series Paper No. 2
December 2010 page 3
21st Century Learning @ MV
*The world of work is increasingly collaborative, giving rise to reflection about the way student projects are structured.
*People expect to be able to work, learn, and study whenever and wherever they want.
*From The 2011 Horizon Report
The most recent Horizon Report, Museum Edition stated that
“it is now the mark—and social responsibility—of world-class institutions to develop and share free cultural and educational resources.”
NMC – HORIZON REPORT