Shifting audience interests towards interactive and shareable experiences has led many museums to explore the potential of digital engagement tools. Given the costs and changes typically required for successful digital integration, museum staff must first ask themselves why their institution should consider investing in emerging technologies and what they hope to achieve from such an investment.
The changing composition, structures, wants and desires of our contemporary society underscores why investigating “immersion” is crucial for museums and all public offerings today.
AMT Lab's most recent white paper provides practical insights for arts managers by presenting different video streaming approaches through case study analysis.
As the market needs for convenience grow stronger, E-Commerce seems like a sound organizational investment for non-profits, especially for arts organizations that have the ability to develop branded and unique products. However, E-Commerce effects more than staffing and resources in a non-profit organization.
With the growing emphasis on providing learning experiences that occur outside the classroom, accessibility and inclusivity is of paramount importance to museums transitioning into the 21st century. As museums become more inclusive, their methods of communication must be equally as effective between people with disabilities and those without.