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New Brunswick’s Geologic History: Magnificent Rocks

July 2014

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Magnificent Rocks is a unique new virtual exhibit that educates visitors on the geologic history of New Brunswick and how it has shaped the landscape.

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Latest Virtual Exhibit Features an Educational 3D Game for Kids!

July 2014

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In the new virtual exhibit Legend of the Deep, discover the living world and origins of marine monsters and creatures by following the exciting adventure of Jimmy, the young narwhal, who will give you a personal tour of Canadian bodies of water.

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Virtual Exhibits in the Spotlight

July 2014

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CHIN would like to showcase some of the exhibits recently promoted as part of Canada History Week that took place from July 1st to July 7th.

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Google Glass and museums: The fourth dimension

July 2014

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A completely new technology is entering the North American market: electronic glasses with a frame containing a touchpad—a box that serves as the control centre—on the right side of the frame, where the user can choose various functions. Google Glass has a built-in camera and a microphone, and glass lenses where multimedia content is projected.

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Submissions Needed! Include Your Museum’s Terms in the Next Version of Nomenclature!

June 2014

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The Nomenclature Task Force of the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) is preparing the release of Nomenclature 4.0. We are asking you, as the front line of museum collections documentation, to recommend new terms, alternative categories for objects, and new definitions.

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