That they truly do make us more creative and innovative.
- high-quality research on your visitors, with custom questions and contextualized results via spreadsheet, report, and a personal call from me (Susie Wilkening);
- field-wide research that is conducted and shared broadly with the field via presentations, The Data Museum, and my easy-to-digest Data Stories; and
- broader population sampling for comparison purposes.
- The Pain/Pleasure Index. While we might wish that every museum visit was a total pleasure for visitors, we know it isn't always. The Pain/Pleasure Index will expand our understanding of the pain points of visiting, and how it affects the entire visit.
- Curiosity. Visitors to museums do credit museums with sparking curiosity, but how do we do that? How do we compare with other curiosity-sparking activities? And how does it affect knowledge building?
- Empathy and Compassion. Museum-goers often state that knowledge makes them more empathetic and compassionate, and they credit museums for cultivating this. But what is it about museums that makes us effective? And why does empathy and compassion matter in today's divisive time?
- Download this informational PDF
- Enroll at https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4230902/2019-Annual-Survey-of-Museum-Goers-Enrollment
- Review the 2019 Survey Scope document (fair warning: very geeky)
- Visit www.wilkeningconsulting.com
- Contact Susie Wilkening at susie (at) wilkeningconsulting (dot) com
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