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Furthermore, the answers of all respondents con rmed that, in- deed, the EuroVision Lab.s offered them viable tools for their daily work. In their answers to this open-ended question, 18 respondents empha- sized that the workshops and tools had indeed provided them with use- ful new methods and effective strategies for conveying contents in fresh perspectives.
The highly positive feedback from the semi-structured interviews was con rmed by the discussion of the focus group during the Inter- national Council of Museums (ICOM) conference in Milan in 2016. Six experts, who had been chosen from the members of ICOM CECA and included members not only from Europe, but also from Argentina, Cana- da and Japan, discussed the EMEE concept and the results of the evalu- ation. They con rmed the importance of the project’s priorities for the future development of museums and identi ed 26 items as the main conclusions of the discussion. Again, it is impossible to include all of them within the scope of this chapter, but what can be highlighted is that, among other things, the focus group named the  exible multi-lay- ered interpretation of objects that relates to the personal experiences and backgrounds of the visitors to be one of the most relevant concepts of the project. With regard to increasing the participation of non-visitors in museums, the discussants emphasized the ‘lack of openness’ in mu- seums that diminishes the prospects of these institutions to reach out to so-called ‘non-visitors’. Against this backdrop, they urged that ‘in or- der to ensure the inclusion of multiple points of view and interpreta- tions in museum communications it is necessary for all visitors, actual
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