2011-06-14 Project presented during training for teachers in Gdynia


In June and September Gdynia Aquarium organises trainings for 150 teachers from the Pomerania province. The first training took place in the beginning of June. The trainings are dedicated to the topic “How to teach students about the Baltic Sea in interesting way”. In this framework the BalticMuseums projects were presented and the idea of the fish identifier. The participants liked very much the conception of the websites and the kid's section of www.balticmuseums.net as well as the planned online program for specifying the Baltic fish species.

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2011-06-01 BalticMuseums workshop in the news


Picture: Bernd Hinkeldey

A report about the BalticMuseums workshop in Stralsund was issued today in the local newspaper of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Jounalist Bernd Hinkeldey had visited the project team on 18 May during its meeting in the hanseatic town. In his report he even promotes the kid's website about the sea.

2011-05-31 BalticMuseums presented in German magazine


Picture: Landesmarketing MV

Christina Wegner and Andreas Ahlfeldt, team members of the project team BalticMuseums 2.0, talked about their experiences in the European project with journalists for the German magazine "Meerwert". This magazine, issued by the Landesmarketing MV, presents the great opportunities to study and live in the federal state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in North-East Germany.

(Pictures: Landesmarketing MV p. 4,5,6,7; Michael Lüdtke (private) p.6; Hochschule Wismar p. 5; Universität Rostock p. 6)

Further information: www.sea-your-future.de

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2011-05-24 BalticMuseums projects presented to Polish journalists


On 23 and 24 May 2011, journalists from the Szczecin region visited the German Oceanographic Museum in Stralsund. The BalticMuseums 2.0 projects were part of the agenda. The project team was proud to present the successful cooperation of partners from Stralsund and Szczecin as well as Gdynia, Kaliningrad and Klaipeda. Both Stralsund University of Applied Sciences and

the German Oceanographic Museum have long-lasting relationships with Polish partners. While the website www.balticmuseums.net is now available in Polish, German and four other languages, the project members are not fluent yet in all those languages. Thus, the presentation to the journalists in Stralsund was in a traditional way held in German and translated simultaneously by a professional translator.

2011-05-23 Workshop in Stralsund followed by benchmark visit in Berlin


The 17 and 18 of May the BalticMuseums 2.0 project group worked on last issues for the Online Information Plattform www.balticmuseums.net and the planned ticketing system. The meeting in Stralsund was also used to work on the new project BalticMuseums 2.0 Plus. The focus is currently dedicated to the purchasing decision that needs to be taken on short notice. The museum partners will choose the technical

devices to implement the eGuide system in their locations. Technical and economical analysis were undertaken, however, to ease this decision an excursion to four museums in Berlin was organized on May 19. The solutions chosen by the museums in Berlin were discussed and the representatives at Berlin Dome, the Jewish Museum, the Museum of Communication and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe gave a lot of insights to their experiences with eGuide-systems. Thanks to all the museums for receiving our team and to share the experiences!

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