2010-12-01 Kick-off Meeting BalticMuseums 2.0 Plus in Stralsund

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The kick-off Meeting of the new project BalticMuseums 2.0 Plus will take place in Stralsund, 8 - 10 December 2010. The partners from Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Germany will meet to start activities for the new project led by Stralsund University of Applied Sciences.
 

2010-11-17 BalticMuseums in Lithuanian Schools

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The Lithuanian Sea Museum started a new programme „Sea Museum at Your School“. Following the programme, every school of Klaipeda can invite the Lithuanian Sea Museum and have it inside. The programme covers all age groups and meets different interests of the pupils. Educators, biologists, dolphin trainers, and historians of the museum have prepared special educational and interactive lessons on biological and historical topics. Senior pupils were invited to presentation about various additional museum‘s activities:
special initiatives, festivals, events, programmes and projects. Educator of the Lithuanian Sea Museum Loreta Rimkiene, a member of the „Baltic Museums 2.0“, was glad to share her impressions and ideas about the project, benefit of cross border communication and importance of learning foreign languages at school. „We welcome the Lithuanian Sea Museum‘s programme.“, said deputy director of Klaipeda S. Dach Secondary School after the museum‘s visit on 10 November, 2010, “Having such day at school was lively, advantageous, and every possible experience“.
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2010-11-01 Project presentation for European officials

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End of October representatives from various EU countries visited the Stralsund University of Applied Sciences and the German Oceanographic Museum. The officials from e.g. Hungaria, Slovenia and Poland were invited to a presentation of the "BalticMuseums 2.0" -project as part of a course to improve their German skills. After the presentation of Prof. Dr. Michael Klotz the visitors were fascinated by the extraordinary exhibition in the Ozeaneum.
 

2010-10-26 BalticMuseums presented in regional tourism workshop

news20101026 During a specialist workshop addressed to touristic professionals, experiences and results gained in the BalticMuseums 2.0 project will be presented today by Prof. Dr. Michael Klotz in Demmin, Germany. The workshop is dedicated to examining the technical developments and innovations in communication in the tourism sector. The expected 70 participants representing companies, organizations and
municipalities shall get an insight of the touristic potential of modern media. The Stralsund Information Management Team (SIMAT) at the Stralsund University of Applied Sciences led by Prof. Klotz was invited as a specialist in the field of eTourism and as the lead partner of the BalticMuseums 2.0 project.
 

2010-10-25 Szczecin basis for detailed work on online platform

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Last week the BalticMuseums 2.0 team met in Szczecin to jointly work on the projects components. A special focus during this meeting organized by the University of Szczecin was directed to the Online Information Platform. While the technical system is now in place, the content needs to be translated in all partner languages.
With a joint effort a process for the coming weeks was installed. Additional very useful means and applications were demonstrated and shall be integrated in the platform before the release date. A virtual museum presentation, demonstrated by the team from the University of Szczecin, fascinated all participants. This virtual galley will be realized for the museums during the coming weeks. Dr. Timo Moritz, Ichthyological Curator of the German Oceanographic Museum, presented a tool that enables non-specialists to identify species. This application has great potential for education purposes. The multi-lingual ticketing system was decided to be integrated in the online platform and the release date is projected being early summer 2011. The eGuide prototype will be further developed with a demo tour focussed on indoor use for Gdynia Aquarium. It will be realized in the coming months and presented in February during the next project meeting. Additionally, once again the long historic connection of the cities of the BalticMuseums 2.0 partners - Stralsund, Szczecin, Gdynia, Kaliningrad and Klaipeda, was impressively demonstrated by a special museum tour in several museums of Szczecin.
 
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