Museum gamification is often confined to a patina of fresh paint to renew canonical public engagement practices.
Tag Archive for ‘Digital Change (Digitaler Wandel)’
App-based Holocaust Education: The Mauthausen IWalk
Two approaches of the IWalk app framework in the Mauthausen concentration camp memorial site enable historical learning.
Facebook Between Past and Present
Facebook presents a case that shows how digital public history is never just digital history, but above all history ‘with the digital’.
Collaborative Platforms: Cultural Heritage and Participation
There are substantial differences between amateur and institutional environments on collaborative platforms.
Collaborative History Writings
Collaborative writing has certainly received a very strong impulse and an unprecedented development in the last twenty years
Making Memory of Repressions Digital
Popular memory shared in social networks aids to popularize history and remembrance of the Soviet terror and its victims
Fake News from the Past – Lessons For the Future
Abstract: There is agreement amongst media commentators that the spread of so-called fake news poses a serious threat to democratic society, and as history educators, we have an obligation to… Read More ›
Public History and the Digital Turn (The Russian Case)
How do Russian digital public history projects differ from such projects in the world? Who is developing them?