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The Data Museum is on a short hiatus while I am in the field conducting new research.
Later this spring, you can look forward to findings from:
In the meantime, please check out new reviews I'm sharing at The Curated Bookshelf!
I shared a lot from the 2018 Annual Survey. So to make your life easier, here's a themed list of releases.
Overview of the 2018 Annual Survey of Museum-Goers
Trust and Museums
Young Adults: 2018 Update
Museum Visitation Rates: The Complete Data Story
Leisure Time, Relaxation, and Museums, Part 1: Introduction
Leisure Time, Relaxation, and Museums, Part 2: Life Stages
Leisure Time, Relaxation, and Museums, Part 3: Conclusions
Parents and Caregivers
Inspiring Curiosity … or Academic Achievement
Parents: 2018 Update Part 1 - Introduction
Parents: 2018 Update Part 2 - Visitation Patterns
Parents: 2018 Update Part 3 - Stressed Parents, Exhaustion, and the Pain/Pleasure Index
Parents: 2018 Update Part 4 - Making Deep Impact Easy for Families
Parents: 2018 Update Part 5 - Curiosity (and the Privilege of Being Curious)
Parents: 2018 Update Part 6 - Family Time as Differentiating Factor
Families, Their Needs, and Museums: A New Data Story!
Impact 2018. Why do museums matter? - Introduction
Knowledge: An Impact of Museums Data Story (1 of 4)
Curiosity: An Impact of Museums Data Story (2 of 4)
Empathy: An Impact of Museums Data Story (3 of 4)
Creativity: An Impact of Museums Data Story (4 of 4)
The Questions Was About Impact. I Got Revisionist History Fears.
Sense of Place
Museums and Sense of Place, Part 1: Introduction, Sense of Place When Traveling
Museums and Sense of Place, Part 2: A Sense of Place at Home
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