Jonathan Groubert, journalist, storyteller, copywriter, trainer, fixer, podcaster, shares his views on the audio guide production.
Content? No problem! Credibility? Check! An engaging narrative? Whoops!
This is exactly what Master’s students in Public History from the University of Amsterdam are challenged with.
Read more about them reconsidering history from a feminist prospective within the Digital Public History course, taught by Manon Parry, P
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Is an audio guide something for your museum to sell, or is it a powerful tool to sell your museum?
Audio guides have been around for over fifty years, and while the technology has changed considerably, the basic concept has not.