Lunch & Learn: How XR Experiences in Museums Can Support Equity and Inclusion

Presenter: Kathryn Quigley, Senior Digital Producer, Lawrence Hall of Science; CAM Technology Fellow 2020–2021

Thursday, August 20, 2020 12:30PM–1:30PM

Discover affordances, design considerations and examples of XR experiences (including AR and VR) in museums that promote equity and inclusion. As we move into a new phase of technology, museums can help increase equitable access to XR technology and create experiences that engage and support all learners. This webinar is part of CAM's Technology Fellowship program.

Kathryn Quigley is a Senior Digital Producer at the Lawrence Hall of Science with 10 years of experience developing educational media projects for museum exhibits, classrooms and online platforms. As a San Francisco native, Kathryn’s interest in media began while attending the School of the Arts high school. She later combined her love for media with science education, earning both a bachelors in Geophysics and a subsequent master from UC Berkeley. Currently, Kathryn has a special interest in designing media experiences with a lens of equity and inclusion in formats such as video documentaries, interactive kiosks, AR and VR.

This event is part of CAM's Lunch & Learn free webinar series. Please contact Celeste DeWald if you would like to sponsor this event. Click here to learn more about Lunch & Learn sponsorship.

Closed captioning will be provided. 

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The Technology Fellowship program and the Lunch & Learn program are supported by Associated Foundations, Inc. in memory of Barry Herlihy. Live captioning is supported in part by the National Arts and Disability Center at the University of California Los Angeles and Ability Central.

8/20/2020 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
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Registration for this webinar is closed. A recording will be posted to YouTube.

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