Behind the Woodson Art Museum’s app content, Catie is at the computer, turning audio into video. While the Woodson’s YouTube videos and audio-tour app are crafted to offer visitors – both onsite and remote – insights into artworks on view, the creation of the videos themselves presents an educational opportunity all its own.
I’m currently working on a graduate degree in Museum Studies through Johns Hopkins University. How do I attend classes, you might wonder. I connect with content, professors, and classmates, utilizing a wide range of technologies. Our online interface, Sakai, acts as our virtual classroom; Google Wave and Wikis are used... Read More