Sponsored by the Museum Education Roundtable, this is volume 37, Number 3 of the Journal of Museum Education (JME) on Museum Educators and Technology Expanding Our Reach and Practice, published in the fall of 2012. This edition includes articles on museum education in times of radical social change, international perspectives and problems, the Hungarian Patient museum education, art museum education in Slovenia, cross-border collaboration in the Western Balkans, Innovating from conflict to community in public art engagement in Israel, exploring the educational future and online collaborative learning.

part 1|4 pages

From the Editors-in-Chief

chapter 1|4 pages

Winter 2011: Madison, Wisconsin

ByTina R. Nolan, Cynthia Robinson

part 2|60 pages

From the Guest Editors

chapter 2|6 pages

Museum Education in Times of Radical Social Change

International Perspectives and Problems
ByAsja Mandic, Patrick Roberts

chapter 3|16 pages

The Hungarian Patient

Museum Education in Hungary and the Challenges of Democratic Transition
ByTamás Vásárhelyi

chapter 4|12 pages

Art Museum Education in Transition

Modernagalerija in Slovenia
ByAdela Železnik

chapter 5|14 pages

The 1+1:Life & Love Simultaneous Exhibition

Cross-border Collaboration in the Western Balkans
ByDiana Walters

chapter 6|12 pages

Beyond Borders

Innovating from Conflict to Community in Public Art Engagement in Holon, Israel
ByZiva Haller Rubenstein

part 3|12 pages

What the Research Says

chapter 7|12 pages

Exploring Staff Facilitation that Supports Family Learning

ByScott A. Pattison, Lynn D. Dierking

part 4|18 pages

Tools, Frameworks, and Case Studies

chapter 8|10 pages

Creating Chicago History

Making Outreach Craft Activities Meaningful
ByMadeline Karp

chapter 9|8 pages

It’s All Fun and Games in Tiny’s Diner

Preschool Programming in Unusual Exhibit Spaces
ByNora Moynihan, Betsy Diamant-Cohen

part 5|8 pages


chapter 10|8 pages

Exploring the Educational Future

ByElizabeth E. Merritt

part 6|5 pages

Book Review

chapter 11|5 pages

All together Now

Museums and Online Collaborative Learning
ByWilliam B. Crow, Herminia Wei-Hsin Din, Jayne Cordon