Virtual Musuem

Throughout the semester you will create a Virtual American Women\’s Rights Museum.  For each of the three sections of the class, you will create a \”floor\” of your Virtual Museum and it will consist of four rooms and contain 16 artifacts.  The first floor of your museum should cover relevant topics from the 1840s-1890.  The second floor of your museum should cover topics from the 1890s-1940.  The third floor of your museum should cover topics from 1940s-2000. You will be using a template found on this web-site: .  There are examples found on this website that you might find useful as you prepare your virtual museum.  There is information on the website that is not relevant for our class, so all you want to find is the template that you will be using.  Download that template and save it to your computer, or flash drive. The template you will use is the four-room 16-artifact template.  Essentially, you are using an elaborate power-point to create your museum.You may organize your rooms by topic, theme, or decade.  It is up to you to decide what you want to include in your museum.All content must reflect people, places, events, and ideas related to the American 1840s-1890 for the first floor; the American 1890s-1940 for the second floor; and the American 1940s-2000 in your third floor.Please personalize the rooms by adding colors/textures, or adding other features you feel are in the best visual interest of your museum.For each room, you will add a title and select three or more images of artifacts that best represent the topic you have chosen for the room.  Place these articles on the \”walls\” or add elements on which they may sit (e.g. a \”glassbox\” or a \”pedestal\”).  Your artifacts will all need to be visually represented, but they do not all have to be \”pictures.\”  For example, you may choose to include an important document by placing a picture of the document on the wall and link to the actual text of the document (such as the Declaration of Rights and Sentiments).  Artifacts are essential primary source materials and can include things like photographs, paintings, lithographs, letters, newspaper stories, speeches….all must be related to the time under study for that floor. (A newspaper story from 1850, for example).  If you need any assistance in finding a particular document, let me know, I can direct you to a good resource in which to find that material.Each artifact will also require a linked \”placard.\”  Each placard must provide:  – a title for the artifact  – a detailed description of the artifact  – a reason for inclusion of the artifact in your museum using information from lectures, or the McMillan text, detailing why it is important to your theme and room topic, with proper citation. 80-100 words for each artifact  – a link citing the location of the original pictureAt minimum, each museum floor must include:  – four virtual museum rooms  – sixteen artifacts relating to the topic and placed appropriately in the \”rooms\”  – detailed descriptions (i.e. the placards mentioned above)  – original visual elements in addition to the artifacts  – accurate content information

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