We obviously couldn’t manage to fit them into our tiny little museum, so the headline is only a dream. But it’s a dream that can be easily realised thanks to the Internet.
That’s what the obvious conclusion was at the end of a day’s workshop in Exeter at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum’s offices with Claire Sully and John Brunsdon from Bristol-based Tickbox Marketing http://www.tickboxmarketing.co.uk/
The firm has been commissioned by the South West Museum DevelopmentPartnership to “deliver digital engagement consultancy and training” to museums across the region.
That just means explaining to museum workers - volunteers included - how things like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and a load of other things that we read about today can be used to show the world what riches we have in even the most modest of our museums.
The audience is already there. Figures released by the International Telecommunication Union in May 2014 indicate t…