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Evaluating Programs for the Greatest Impact - Shared screen with speaker view
beatriz aguila
39:21
Hi, sorry for being late. I’m from Chile and work in visito’s studies/evaluations. Thank you for the opportunity!
Linda Norris
40:32
Again, please feel free to unmute and ask questions or ask them here in the hatbox.
Linda Norris
40:37
Chatbox!
Abigail Choudhury
40:54
Apologies for the slow reply - we had an unexpected fire drill.
Linda Norris
41:41
Glad you’re back, Abigail—what a way to start the day!
beatriz aguila
01:24:52
for both: when you started to make the questions, you used primarily your script/narrative or other observations that you had about visitors¿? because sometimes it seems better to use your main script and your vision/mision, so you make questions related to that. But others, you have some questions related to your previous observations
beatriz aguila
01:25:31
and sometimes mission and observation doesn’t match at all, they produces different intrigues about the visitors experiences
Morgan Galloway
01:29:50
I have a semi-question related to Linda’s: Gege mentioned a need to shift internal culture and practices to go from a closed cultural center to a public museum. Can you say a bit more about what those shifts were, and how they were met?
Sarah Jencks
01:30:17
https://www.plusacumen.org/courses
Morgan Galloway
01:30:21
semi-related* question, oops
Sarah Jencks
01:30:48
https://www.fords.org/blog/tag/prototyping/
beatriz aguila
01:35:12
Sarah, thank you for sharing this in the museum website! is super useful for other museum colleagues <3
Gegê Leme Joseph
01:35:33
Research centre for museums and galleries – from University of Leicester – I think they do summer short courses on the topic.
Gegê Leme Joseph
01:35:55
I sometimes use David Silverman’s “Qualitative Research” book – but it is not comprehensive
Giovanna Rocchi
01:36:39
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/culture/sites/culture/files/ucl_museum_wellbeing_measures_toolkit_sept2013.pdf
Gegê Leme Joseph
01:36:56
– I believe that the GLOs – General learning Outcomes – from “Inspiring Learning for All” – UK – has interesting parameters for evaluating learning in the museum
Giovanna Rocchi
01:38:06
I have a question for sarah. who did the visitors observation in the museum?
beatriz aguila
01:39:01
I can recommend some materials, but they are in spanish. From ENCRyM, in Mexico: they have this series of 4 volumes of visitor’s research https://www.encrym.edu.mx/Uploads/Publicaciones/PDF-68123.pdf
Aimie Michelle Taylorat
01:39:34
thanks everyone for a great webinar! It was very useful!
Sarah Jencks
01:39:39
sjencks@fords.org or @sarahjencks
Abigail Choudhury
01:40:02
Thank you!
Morgan Galloway
01:40:03
Thank you all so much!
WenHsin Chang
01:40:14
Thanks!!
beatriz aguila
01:40:19
thank you, bye