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Alex Flowers

Website: alexflowers.co.uk

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

Currently I am working at Museum of London, developing and delivering blended learning sessions using digital technologies for schools and adult audiences. The work is enormously varied, with each project and session requiring new approaches. We tend to work with consumer technology such as iPhones, digital cameras and soundrecorders, adjusting their use for learning purposes.

Over the coming year we plan to develop interactive and web based tours of the galleries which can be downloaded onto mobile devices and used as self facilitated resources. By aiming to provide collaborative, contextualised and personalised sessions for visitors, we are working within a unique niche in museum education.

In January 2011, I will be leading modules in digital media and education at Institute of Education, University of London, as well as continuing my museum and freelance design work.


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