Ch. 2: Wood Block Prototyping

Ch. 2: Wood Block Prototyping

Ch. 2: Wood Block Prototyping

Chapter 2: The Interrelationships of Mobile Storytelling: Merging the Physical and the Digital at a National Historic Site by Brett Oppegaard and Dene Grigar   Chapter Abstract: This chapter focuses on the production of a mobile history platform used to explore Fort Vancouver, a historic site located on the banks of the Columbia River in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area. Fort… read more

Ch. 18: Memorialization

Ch. 18: Memorialization

Chapter 18: Mobile Media After 9/11: The September 11 Memorial & Museum App by Alberto S. Galindo   Chapter Abstract: Tragedies like the 9/11 attacks are understood not only by witnessing the events, but also by the ways these events are told and retold. When considering how such national traumas like 9/11 are told—through oral histories, photographs, visualizations like timelines,… read more

Ch. 19: Tales of Things

Ch. 19: Tales of Things

Chapter 19: Enhancing Museum Narratives: Tales of Things and UCL’s Grant Museum by Claire Ross, Mark Carnall, Andrew Hudson-Smith, Claire Warwick, Melissa Terras and Steven Gray   Chapter Abstract: Written collectively by a group of academics, curators, and designers, this chapter looks at the utilization of mobile media for enhanced meaning making and narrative engagement in museums. read more

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