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Digital Natives: Creating Emergent Exhibitions through Digital Technologies

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Digital Natives: Creating Emergent Exhibitions through Digital Technologies. / Smith, Rachel Charlotte; Iversen, Ole Sejer; Dindler, Christian.

Rethinking Technology in Museums: Emerging Experiences. ed. / Luigina Ciolfi; Kathrine Scott; Sara Barbieri. Limerick, Ireland, 2011. p. 13-25.

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Harvard

Smith, RC, Iversen, OS & Dindler, C 2011, Digital Natives: Creating Emergent Exhibitions through Digital Technologies. in L Ciolfi, K Scott & S Barbieri (eds), Rethinking Technology in Museums: Emerging Experiences. Limerick, Ireland, pp. 13-25, Rethinking technology in Museums, Limerick, Ireland, 26/05/2011.

APA

Smith, R. C., Iversen, O. S., & Dindler, C. (2011). Digital Natives: Creating Emergent Exhibitions through Digital Technologies. In L. Ciolfi, K. Scott, & S. Barbieri (Eds.), Rethinking Technology in Museums: Emerging Experiences (pp. 13-25). Limerick, Ireland.

CBE

Smith RC, Iversen OS, Dindler C. 2011. Digital Natives: Creating Emergent Exhibitions through Digital Technologies. Ciolfi L, Scott K, Barbieri S, editors. In Rethinking Technology in Museums: Emerging Experiences. Limerick, Ireland. pp. 13-25.

MLA

Smith, Rachel Charlotte, Ole Sejer Iversen, and Christian Dindler "Digital Natives: Creating Emergent Exhibitions through Digital Technologies"., Ciolfi, Luigina Scott, Kathrine Barbieri, Sara (editors). Rethinking Technology in Museums: Emerging Experiences. Limerick, Ireland. 2011, 13-25.

Vancouver

Smith RC, Iversen OS, Dindler C. Digital Natives: Creating Emergent Exhibitions through Digital Technologies. In Ciolfi L, Scott K, Barbieri S, editors, Rethinking Technology in Museums: Emerging Experiences. Limerick, Ireland. 2011. p. 13-25

Author

Smith, Rachel Charlotte ; Iversen, Ole Sejer ; Dindler, Christian. / Digital Natives: Creating Emergent Exhibitions through Digital Technologies. Rethinking Technology in Museums: Emerging Experiences. editor / Luigina Ciolfi ; Kathrine Scott ; Sara Barbieri. Limerick, Ireland, 2011. pp. 13-25

Bibtex

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