I’ll be attending the 2015 ASTC (Association of Science-Technology Centers) Conference, and learning a lot more about how museums work, at least how they work in relation to technology, which is good, since I’ve been involved in the technology at Betty Brinn for the past six months.
It’s been quite a while since I’ve traveled for any work-related conferences, and the fact that it’s in Montreal, Canada is extra-exciting! I’m hoping that besides all the conference things I may also get a chance to stop by Helios Makerspace and Foulab. (I’m always looking to add to the list of spaces I’ve visited.)
I’ll also attempt to find out more about the Museduino project, which is an open source Arduino-based development kit for museum exhibits. I traded a few emails with Miriam about it last year.
(And since I’ll be traveling with some electronics it’s worth mentioning a conversation I had with others a while back on the subject.)
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Awesome, Have fun and take lots of pictures!!