Exhibits are one
of the most expensive of interpretive media we use, and yet
one of the media that we often really don't know if "it
works". We judge exhibits by their appearance rather than by
their success in accomplishing meaningful objectives. We
like to ask -if you spend $10,000 on your exhibits, how will
you determine if you're receiving $10,000 in benefits from
those exhibits? That's usually when we get the "deer in the
Join professional interpreter John Veverka for this 4 week online course. It is the goal of this course to give you some simple tools for doing evaluations of, or critiquing exhibits. Some tools for critiquing existing exhibits - to see if they are accomplishing their objectives and may be in need of rehabilitation, and some for pre-post testing evaluation of exhibits first being designed to see if they are accomplishing their objectives prior to final construction so they can be "fixed" to be more effective.
For more information visit our website: https://lnkd.in/gK2EqSY
If you were unable to join us live for the free webinar Overview of Interpretive Exhibit Evaluation last month here is a link to the recording on the Museum Study YouTube channel. https://lnkd.in/gTAppbb5
-- Brad Bredehoft (he/him/his) CEO Museum Study, LLC www.MuseumStudy.com
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