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  • Producing and Design of the Museum Project in the Digital Environment (on the example of the Creation of the Pre-revolutionary Children’s Project for Enlightenment Portal Arzamas)

Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anna Semikhina
Producing and Design of the Museum Project in the Digital Environment (on the example of the Creation of the Pre-revolutionary Children’s Project for Enlightenment Portal Arzamas)
Media Production in Creative Industries
(Master’s programme)
2018
The creative project is devoted to the development of the concept of the pre-revolutionary childhood project in conjunction with the educational portal Arzamas and the Museum of Moscow.

With the development of technology, the need for most cultural institutions increases in interaction with the audience in the digital environment and the provision of alternative ways of consuming existing extensive information. At the same time, the introduction of digital technologies with the museum environment, the opening of mass access to museum funds, generates an active interest of the audience in the phenomenon of "private memory" and the description of various important historical periods through individual memories.

Reducing the age of information initiation and active interaction of children of primary school age gives rise to the need to create educational projects that can interest children through multimedia elements, interactivity and interesting information. At the same time, parents and adult relatives are one of the most effective intermediaries between the child and the digital environment.

During the development of the project, the author analyzed the features of the integration of museums into the multimedia environment, as well as the characteristic psychotypical features of children's media consumption. (Chapter 1)

The second chapter includes a detailed description of the development and direction of the pre-revolutionary children's project at all its stages, as well as further prospects for the development of the project.

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