Sarah Fang-Ning Lin is an educator from the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia. Sarah is also an emerging scholar whose interest is in museum education and has conducted studies in this field for her masters thesis as part of her recently completed degree of Master of Art Curatorship from the University of Melbourne. Sarah is also a language teacher who has published museum-based language resources and spoken at the state and National-wide conferences for Japanese language education on the potential of teaching languages in museums.
MuseumNext Next Generation Summit
Wednesday, 20th July 2022
How can museums stay relevant for the next generation of audiences, for whom contents on the internet is just as valuable as the real-world experience? As part of the response to the pandemic, museums have been actively developing online resources accessed and used by classroom teachers, parents, and young people, but what makes some resources more popular than the others? This presentation will evaluate online contents developed by museums around the Asian-pacific and discuss how young museum workers of diverse backgrounds are the key for museum to attract a new generation of audiences and stay relevant in multi-cultural societies.
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