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dagny stuedahl

norwegian university of life sciences
Dagny Stuedahl, works as professor at Norwegian University of Life Sciences and has researched digital participation in museums for the last ten years. Her background is in ethnology, and she has worked methodologically with collaborative research, co-design and participatory design across museums, science centers and heritage communities. Her main publications are in the design field; Stuedahl, D., Smørdal, O. 2015. Matters of Becoming. Translations and enactments of social media in museums experimental zones. Co-Design special issue ANT and PD, Stuedahl, D., Lowe, S. 2015: Social Media As Resource For Involving Young People In Museum Innovation. International Journal of Sociotechnology and knowledge development 7(4), pp.60-80, Lowe, S., Stuedahl, D. 2014. Small-Scale Design Experiments as Working Spaces for Larger Mobile Communication Challenges. Journal of Learning Design, Stuedahl, D. 2011. Social Media and Community Involvements in Museums. A case study of a local history wiki community. Nordisk Museologi 2011. Torhild Skåtun, works as educator and developer of learning activities at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology. She has earlier worked as educational practitioner, developing and running learning programs with a lifelong perspective for the Norwegian Telecom Museum. Among others she has been part of the pilot group developing the Meeting Memories a program for people with dementia, and written a book on how to facilitate programs for people with dementia in museums. She has arranged several conferences and courses on the theme. Last year she finished MA of Arts at University of Leicester in Visitor Studies in Museums and Galleries, investigating a museum outreach project in prison and how to make radio programs with inmates. She is currently planning for a PhD project in Museums Studies at Leicester University (276 words)