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The Wandering Museum Consultant

What is the Wandering Museum Consultant? Short Answer: A crazy idea. Proper Answer: An experienced museum professional wandering around the world, and spending time at a variety of museums offering my services as a volunteer consultant. Throughout, I will be blogging … Continue reading

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Designing Interactive exhibits for adult audiences

This is a response post to Nina Simon’s Museum 2.0 post today, “Designing Interactives for Adults: Put down the Dayglow” I have been thinking on this subject for awhile now. I read a book recently about engaging children with history … Continue reading

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Activity Backpacks: Engaging Families

 What is an Activity Backpack? Definition:  An assortment of multi-age appropriate activities designed to encourage direct interaction with museum exhibits; to be borrowed by families. I was first introduced to the concept of museum Activity Backpacks while on a trip … Continue reading

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