Presentations

Presentation: MUSE Award

In conjunction with the MUSE Award that we won for our 2006 podcast series “Artist of the Week” we were asked to demonstrate our winning “product” at the AAM Marketplace. After visiting it the day before I realized that I was unprepared as far as signage and overall look and feel for my designated table. The morning of my demonstration I whipped out this little presentation about how we created the award winning series entirely in-house. I has my laptop set up to loop the presentation while I demonstrated the podcast on the Video iPods that we checked out at the time.



Presentation: Museums and the Web 2007

The San Jose Museum of Art was fortunate enough to host a group of 25 Museum and the Web attendees, from all over the world, on their field trip down from SF to three South Bay museums. I addressed several key tech initiatives that the museum has been pursuing and at the end my department fielded questions from the group. Unfortunately I did not make an audio recording of the presentation. Lots of great and interesting people attended! Thanks to everyone!




Links from the presentation:

Presentation: SJMA Docents

This is a presentation that I made at the San Jose Museum of Art that discusses all the technology currently in use at the museum with a few future possibilities thrown in for good measure. It was an enjoyable presentation with a lot of great questions. If you download the audio (see below) some of the questions from the audience are a little difficult to hear.




You can download the audio for this presentation in iTunes. Open iTunes and select “Subscribe to Podcast…” from the “Advanced” menu and paste:

http://www.chris-alexander.com/presentation/podcast.xml

into the box. Press OK and the podcast should start downloading.

Links from the presentation:

Presentation: Stanford

In November of 2006 my fellow colleague Lucy and I gave a presentation to a class of Learning, Design & Technology students on the Stanford Campus. We talked about the projects that the San Jose Museum of Art had been working on and a little about our jobs. Here is the presentation: