Museums – What They Can and Should Be Doing

Abstract : Museums have a duty, not only to preserve the Objects in their care, but also to preserve the skills and the mindsets of those who created them; furthermore, those concepts must somehow be conveyed to the visiting public. I shall give examples of how this can be achieved when illustrating how the early computers paved the way for the ubiquitous devices that we know today. These will include interactive gadgets to show the underlying principles, and videos of the objects in use.
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Arthur Tatnall; Tilly Blyth; Roger Johnson. International Conference on History of Computing (HC), Jun 2013, London, United Kingdom. Springer, IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, AICT-416, pp.258-265, 2013, Making the History of Computing Relevant. 〈10.1007/978-3-642-41650-7_23〉
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Charles Lindsey. Museums – What They Can and Should Be Doing. Arthur Tatnall; Tilly Blyth; Roger Johnson. International Conference on History of Computing (HC), Jun 2013, London, United Kingdom. Springer, IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, AICT-416, pp.258-265, 2013, Making the History of Computing Relevant. 〈10.1007/978-3-642-41650-7_23〉. 〈hal-01455257〉

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