Shared Creativity in Exhibit Development

Adamson, Betsy
January 2012
Dimensions (1528820X);Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p34
The article offers information on creating wide range of opportunities for learners during the exhibit development process. It states that a concept group of 20 exhibit, education and visitor services staff are gathered, who decide a topic and make iterations of exhibit activity mockups. It mentions that the goal is to provide better opportunities to visitors for creating own learning.


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