The MSN has built up its presence on a social network to extend and differentiate the opportunities for participation to propose to his audience by using the communication resources and relational of web 2.0 .
Thanks to the exhibition “Virtual Renaissance Art in Second Life and Virtual Words” (2007/8) conceived and curated by Mario Gerosa, the MSN was the first university museum to have a \”avatar\” on Second Life .
The exhibition Dinosaurs in flesh and bones (2012) and the event Digital Invasions (2013) have allowed the MSN to create a strong effect of engagement with the social community.
The Msn has created a profile on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr, Foursquare, Youtube, .

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