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Hafiz Printer is the Education Specialist at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Canada. He has been an educator for over a decade, with experience teaching K-12 and adult learners in Canada and Internationally. He received a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto, before completing a double Masters in Islamic Studies and Education at University College London.
Hafiz is a former Jackman Humanities Institute Teaching Fellow and the recipient of the Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellent Certificate. Hafiz has a great interest in Gamification and game based learning, and has created several board games.
How to Use Immersive Storytelling to Bring Your Collection to Life
Museums naturally lend themselves to storytelling as collections can be viewed from multiple lenses (e.g. material culture, human connections, etc.). This coupled with the visitors want of an experience gives us the opportunity to create unique and immersive offerings. In this session we will look at a case study of how the Aga Khan Museum created a whodunnit mystery and explore the process used to create it.