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Stalking your prey: The Duration and Allocation of Visitors' Do you know what your visitors are really doing in your exhibitions? What you imagine or assume might be way off from what the actual data shows. In this webinar, we will walk through an imaginary exhibition and track and time ourselves. Will our fantasy data look like a real sample of visitors--where they went and how long they stayed? Tracking and Timing (T&T) is one of the oldest and most commonly used methods for conducting summat
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What does it mean to work WITH instead of FOR your community? Now more than ever, we need safe community spaces where people can listen to each other. How can museums and science centers increase our relevance and contribute to powerful community change? Explora in Albuquerque, NM made a decision to turn outwards, using the community as a reference point for strategic planning and design making. Formal listening sessions have helped Explora staff understand their community and its rhythms, te
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Most museums are sitting on a treasure trove of web-based and social media analytics data but many professionals aren't sure how to go about accessing, analyzing, and using this analytics data as an evaluation and research tool. Date: May 18 Time: 2:00 -3:30 p.m. ET This webinar is co-hosted by the Association of Science-Technology Centers and the Visitor Studies Association. The registration fee is $25 and includes access to an archived recording of the webinar and a digital badge/certificate
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New research projects planned for the new year? Not sure when IRB review is required? Just submitted an NSF proposal that will require IRB approval to be funded? This webinar is for you! We've gathered a panel of experts to provide a basic overview of the guidelines for doing research with Human Subjects and to explain the ins and outs of IRBs. Join us for a 90 minute, interactive webinar on Thursday, January 28 at 2:00 p.m. ET to get updates from IRB specialists as well as museum-based resear
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Join Kate Livingston, founder and principal of ExposeYourMuseum LLC and program co-chair of the American Evaluation Association's Data Visualization and Reporting topical interest group, for a 90-minute session on creative and compelling communication strategies for evaluation reporting. From exploring the science behind visual communication and information retention to promoting simple and low-cost ways to communicate in compelling ways, this webinar will provide attendees with avenues to incre
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Whether you are considering an educational program, an exhibit or exhibition, or another type of informal learning experience, the inclusion and representation of diverse perspectives and portrayals is of vital importance. But how do we plan our efforts in an effective and culturally-responsive way, and what are the costs of not doing so? This webinar from April 2015 explored these questions and more, with the goals of fostering dialogue and building skills around inclusive representations and
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This webinar from September 2014 explored concrete ways to evaluate school group visit experiences and get the most valuable and helpful feedback possible. The webinar was a partnership between the Visitor Studies Association (VSA) and ASTC. View this Webinar FREE here: https://vimeo.com/107078369

When: September 24, 2014