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HCLE Autumn 2016 Newsletter
About the Project
Exhibit Working Pages
HCLE Planning Section
The History of Computing for Learning and Education Virtual Museum has several main projects.
, and Disposition/Deaccessioning
Software Emulation - the "Play It Again and Learn" Platform
Oral History Project
Within each of these categories are several subprojects. They all play into various aspects of chronicling the ways computers changed how and what we learn, and they each provide a different avenue for people to explore.
Development of the HCLE Museum can be seen as a sequence of stages:
Planning (this page)
Proof of Concept
Collection (physical and digital)
Another take on Planning can be found
It is being created as a set of materials for a conference presentation at the
Museums and the Web Conference
in April 2014. (Well, that didn't happen! Liza and Tom went to the conference (it was great) but we didn't get to make this presentation.)
Finding Money to Follow
Our funding campaign has begun. We're pursuing grants, accepting donations, and have launched our
for substantial individual donors
Proof of Concept
The next stage is Funding the Proof of Concept or Prototype of the Museum. As of 2015 a web site incorporating the various elements of a Proof of Concept was developed. This iwill lead into the creation of a formal Design Document that will lead to a refined Proof of Concept and the subsequent Virtual Museum.
Earlier Planning Documents
Here are several versions of a more complete set of
HCLE Summaries and Proposals:
HCLE Executive Summary
HCLE Proof of Concept including General Operating Inquiry
HCLE Proof of Concept no General Operating Inquiry
HCLE Proof of Concept General Operating Inquiry
In the future,
will happen to sort, scan, and save the thousands of documents in the HCLE archive.
Program Plan - a schematic
Program Plan - a timeline (
for a higher resolution image. Updates in progress.)
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"