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Student
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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Alena Aniukhina
The Representation and Popularization of Scientific Knowledge in Museums (in the Case of the Polytechnic Museum)
2019
This study takes into account the world process of the study of scientific communications. It uses the practice of communication in science museums, taking into account the features of the new digital language of the exhibition (storytelling, interactivity, immersiveness, etc.). It summarizes the experience of foreign museums, analyzes relevant and previously not translated into Russian scientific literature and program documents. The work will present Russia's first research on the development of rules for the creation of key ideas and formats of the exhibition and the guidelines themselves — to become a reference point for research organizations, science museums, popular science media and other institutions that deal with communications.

The landscape of scientific communications is studied in the field in preparation for the opening of the updated exposition and the building of the largest Russian museum of science — The Polytechnic Museum. All approaches, from understanding the topic of scientific communication and the problem of interaction in the chain 'scientist-scientific communicator-visitor to the peculiarities of storytelling of the exposition inside and outside the Museum, are under discussion and implementation.

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