From the Ice Age to the Age of Invention
Fourth Grade Students Become Virtual Tour Guides
The next time that you visit the Neville Public Museum, bring along your smart phone, tablet, or similar mobile device. With an internet connection and QR code scanner, a 4th grade student from Ashwaubenon School District will be your virtual tour guide. Just look for the QR codes in On the Edge fo the Inland Sea!
What is a QR code?
This symbol is a QR code. It is used to quickly connect smart phones, tablets, and similar mobile devices to online digital content. Scanning these codes in On the Edge of the Inland Sea will direct your mobile device to display a video of your virtual tour guide in the exhibit space.
Who are these tour guides?
One student from each 4th grade classroom in the Ashwaubenon School District was selected to research and create a video interpreting the history of Northeastern Wisconsin. There are 10 videos to discover in On the Edge of the Inland Sea, covering a range of topics from glaciers to electrical inventions.
According to Jamie Averbeck, Ashwaubenon School District’s Technology Integration Specialist who led the project, “Ashwaubenon schools are excited to partner with the Neville Public Museum. It gives our students a real-world experience in creating meaningful digital content for an authentic audience.”
Where can I download a scanner?
Visit the Neville Public Museum of Brown County Today!
This exhibit addition entitled, From the Ice Age to the Age of Invention: The Shaping of Brown County, will open Tuesday, May 13, 2014.
Be sure to see it while you can and support Ashwaubenon Public School's 4th grade students!