The MUSETECH Companion : Navigating the Matrix

Damala, Areti and Ruthven, Ian and Hornecker, Eva (2019) The MUSETECH Companion : Navigating the Matrix. Guide or manual. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

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    Abstract

    The MUSETECH model was originally published in the JOCCH Special Issue “The Evaluation of Digital Heritage Resources”, under the title: “The MUSETECH model: AC omprehensive Evaluation Framework for Museum Technology.” https://doi.org/10.1145/3297717 The original publication is accompanied by the present document, “The Companion”. The “Companion” provides step - by - step guidance to the MUSETECH model, devised as a tool for planning the evaluation of technologies applied in museums and heritage settings . We use the term “museum technology” to refer to any type of online or onsite interactive, application or installation encountered in museums or other heritage institutions. The MUSETECH model offers an exhaustive list of 121 Evaluation Criteria that may guide the evaluation of various embodiments of museum technology.