Musée de la civilisation goes wireless!
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Musée de la civilisation goes wireless!

April 14, 2010

With the help of Nurun Québec

A mobile version of the Musée de la civilisation website can now be accessed from wireless devices. This project was carried out in cooperation with the Interactive Communications Team at Nurun Québec. To view the adapted site and find out all about the Museum, simply type in www.mcq.org on your mobile device!

The mobile version of the Musée de la civilisation site will be of special interest to tourists looking for cultural attractions and planning a visit to the Museum.

With this mobile version, the Museum is expanding its already impressive online presence supported by its website, blog, and active participation in social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and Youtube.

The project developed by Nurun enables the Museum’s regular and mobile sites to be updated simultaneously, saving time and resources. What’s more, the Device Atlas tool used to develop the site makes the distinction between conventional cellphones and smartphones by recognizing the type of mobile platform used. Device Atlas serves as a gateway to redirect users to the appropriate site depending on the platform their device uses (iPhone/iPod touch, or other mobile device).

Nurun, a multicultural and multidisciplinary agency dedicated to interactive communications, takes a collaborative approach to its work. With offices on three continents, agency members share their know-how, knowledge, and intelligence to develop innovative approaches and solutions.

Musée de la civilisation explores everything from major societal trends to the multiple facets of civilizations from all around the world through exhibitions and cultural and educational activities. The Museum is committed to staying innovative, which explains its active presence in cyberspace. The virtual world is key to reaching young audiences, enhancing access to culture, and promoting Québec’s heritage.

Information and Reservations
Press relations : Serge Poulin, 418 528-2072 / spoulin@mcq.org

NURUN
Véronique Landry
Communications Nurun
418 627-0999, poste 55336

Sources:   L'Office du tourisme de Québec

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