Interpretive Planning for Museums: Integrating Visitor Perspectives in Decision Making

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Interpretive Planning for Museums: Integrating Visitor Perspectives in Decision Making

Based on an Outcomes Hierarchy that examines visitor experience outcomes in progressive tiers of a triangle, this book presents a planning tool that merges interpretive planning and visitor research. Supported by examples, figures, and appendices, this title reveals compelling reasons to integrate visitor perspectives into planning efforts, define specific outcomes and impacts, take stock of both supplies (staff, collections, finances) and demands, and analyze the museum experience from the visitors viewpoint.

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ISBN 9781611321579

Authors: Marcella Wells, Barbara Butler, Judith Koke

Dimensions: 9" T x 6" W x ½" D

Format: Paperback

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