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1.1 THREE-DIMENSIONAL SPACE
1.2 THE CREATIVE ECONOMY
Figure 3.2. The Natural History Museum. London
Figure 3.3. Scientists and ViSitors In the Darwin Centre
3.4 THE INFORMATION AND REFERENCE SYSTEM
3.6 IMPLICATIONS FOR MUSEUM DESIGN
3.7 RELEVANCE TO SMALLER MUSEUMS
3.8 SUMMARY
Introduction
4.1 PUTTING LEARNING ONTHE MUSEUM AGENDA
Figure 4.1. Young Visitors at the ZOOM Children's Museum
Figure 4.2. Young Visitors at the ZOOM Children's Museum
Figure 4.3. YoungVisitors at the ZOOM Children's Museum
Figure 4.4. Young Visitors at the ZOOM Children's Museum
4.2 CHANGING MUSEUMS INTO FRIENDLY FAMILY LEARNING SPACES
4.3 PROGRAMMING FOR FAMILIES
4.4 CONCLUSION
5.1 THE MARKETIZATION OF MUSEUM-SCHOOL
5.2 THE MUSEUM RESPONSE
5.3 AN INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIP: THE MUSEUM SCHOOL
6.2 THE LATE-TWENTIETH-CENTURY MUSEUM
Figure 6.2. NatIonal Children's Day Festival
7.1 VOLUNTARY OR PAID DOCENTS
Figure 7.1. Visitors Boarding an Architectural Bus Tour
7.3 JOB DESCRIPTIONS
Figure 7.4. Programs Division Organization Chart
7.4 BUDGETING FOR MUSEUM LEARNING
Table 7.1 A Sample of Fort Worth Museum of SCIence and History
8.1 EVOLUTION OF MUSEUM LEARNING FACILITIES
8.2 SPACES FOR LEARNING IN DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSEUMS
8.3 FACILITIES FOR DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS
8.4 FACILITIES FOR SCHOOLS
8.S FACILITIES FOR SELF-DIRECTED, OR ORGANIZED, PROGRAMS
Figure 8.1. Types of Learning Programs
8.6 LOCATION OF EDUCATION SPACE IN RELATION TO GALLERY SPACE
8.7 DEDICATED MUSEUM LEARNING FACILITIES
8.8 SUMMARY OF DESIGN ISSUES
Figure 8.2. A Sample Space List for Museum Learning Spaces
Figure 9.2. The Message from Museum to Visitor
9.1 ONLINE EDUCATION: THE CHALLENGES OF DEFINITION
9.2 ONLINE MUSEUM EDUCATION APPLICATIONS
10.1 HOW TO DEVELOP AUDIENCE-BASED MEASURES OF SUCCESS
10.2 OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES FOR VISITOR EXPERIENCES
Figure I 0.4. Butterflies North and South
Figure 10.5. Halda Spirits of the Sea
Figure 10.6. Yukon Photographers
10.3 THEVALUE OF AUDIENCE-BASED MEASURES OF SUCCESS
I 1.1 TRENDS AFFECTING THE MARKETING OF MUSEUM LEARNING
11.2 PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
11.3 POSITIONING EDUCATION PROGRAMS WITHIN THE LARGER CONTEXT
11.4 DEVELOPING A MARKETING STRATEGY FOR MUSEUM LEARNING
11.5 IMPLEMENTING A MARKETING PROGRAM FOR MUSEUM LEARNING
REPORTING AND EVALUATION OF MARKETING MUSEUM LEARNING
Figure 1 1.4. Program Attendance by Type and Exhibition, 2006
Figure I 1.5. Program Revenue by Type, 2006
Figure 1 1.6. Example of Constitution Hill Survey Card (front)
Figure 11.7. Example of Constitution Hill Survey Card (back)
I 1.7 CONCLUSION: COOPERATION IS KEY
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The Manual of Museum Learning

The Manual of Museum Learning

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Museum learning is a vital component of the lifelong learning process that increasingly shapes the development of twenty-first century individuals. In The Manual of Museum Learning, seasoned museum professionals offer practical advice for creating successful learning experiences in museums and related institutions, including galleries, zoos, and botanic gardens, that can attract and intrigue diverse audiences. Based on an understanding of museum learning as an experience that occurs within a personal, social, and physical context, it explores why, for whom, and how these contexts can be orchestrated in museum galleries with optimal results.
Museum learning is a vital component of the lifelong learning process that increasingly shapes the development of twenty-first century individuals. In The Manual of Museum Learning, seasoned museum professionals offer practical advice for creating successful learning experiences in museums and related institutions, including galleries, zoos, and botanic gardens, that can attract and intrigue diverse audiences. Based on an understanding of museum learning as an experience that occurs within a personal, social, and physical context, it explores why, for whom, and how these contexts can be orchestrated in museum galleries with optimal results.

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