Crowdsourcing to Community Sourcing: Engaging Visitor Input
Education and Interpretation
Tuesday, May 20  8:45-10 a.m.     The Conference Center  303
Find out how four museums have used crowd, network and community sourcing to solicit visitor participation and widen the interpretive scope of exhibitions. Using audio, Web-voting, photography and open-source apps, these projects have successfully engaged diverse audiences, locally and globally.

Daniel Davis - National Museum of the American Indian

Jeffrey Inscho - Carnegie Museum of Art

Petra Pankow - Montclair Art Museum

Lori Phillips - The Children's Museum of Indianapolis