Picture 114RENAME – Research – Narrative and Mediation was a post-doc project at Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo 2004-2008. The project focused on digital mediation of intangible cultural heritage and knowledge traditions related to reconstruction of the the third Gokstadboat and the historical connection to wooden boat traditions on Norway. The project focused on digital media and digital cultural heritage communication by way of three aspects:

1. Digital media as tools for research documentation

2. Archiving digital empirical visual material according to guidelines in CIDOC, and making this available for mediation on websites

3. Exhibition design integrating mobile telephones and social media. As well as involving young visitors actively into the exhibition by inviting into reflexive activities based on collecting and sharing digital material from the exhibition with their mobile phones

The project was financed by the strategic programme CMC- Competence and Media Communication at University of Oslo 2004 – 2008

See also Mobile interactions Vikingship Museum and Studio Exhibition

Publications from the project:

  • Stuedahl, D. and Mörtberg, C. 2012. Heritage knowledge, social media and the sustainability of the intangible. In Giaccardi, E. (ed) Heritage and Social Media. Understanding and Experiencing Heritage in a Participatory Culture. Routledge, pp. 107-126
  • Stuedahl, D. & Smørdal, O. 2011. Young Visitors’ ‘Messing Around’ in Museums. Exploring social media to engage teens in participation. BARN 3-4;Digitale medier i barn og unges hverdag, Norwegian Centre for Child Research, pp 169- 191
  • Stuedahl, D. & Smørdal, O. 2011. Designing for Young Visitors’ Co-composition of Doubts in Cultural Historical Exhibitions. Computers and Composition Special Issue from Oslo, Norway 28:3, pp. 215-223
  • Stuedahl, D. and Smørdal, O. 2010. Design as alignment of modalities. In Morrison, A. (Ed.). Inside Multimodal Composition. Hampton Press: Cresshill NJ, pp 295-318.
  • Mörtberg, C., Stuedahl, D., Alander, S. 2010: Why do the orders go wrong all the time? Exploring sustainability in an e-commerce application in Swedishpublic school kitchens. Information, Communication and Society 2010; 13:1, pp 68-87.
  • Mørtberg, C., Stuedahl, D., Elovaara, P. 2010. Designing for Sustainable Ways of Living with Technologies. In Wagner, Bratteteig, Stuedahl (eds); Exploring Digital Design. Multi-disciplinary design practices. Springer Verlag , London, pp 261-282.
  • Mörtberg, C., Stuedahl, D., Alander, S. 2010. Why Do the Order Go Wrong All the Time? Information and Communication Technologies, Society and Human Beings: Theory and Framework (Festschrift in honor of Gunilla Bradley). IGI Global 2010 ISBN 9781609600570. pp 419-433.
  • Stuedahl, D. 2007. Convergence, Museums and Digital Cultural Heritage. In Tanja Storsul and Dagny Stuedahl (eds): The Ambivalence of Convergence, NORDICOM Gothenborg, pp 129-143

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