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CHAPTER 3: USEFUL TIPS – BEST PRATICE IN MUSEUMS
PRACTICAL EXAMPLES: THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACTIVITIES CONCERNING THE CHANGE OF PERSPECTIVE AND THE NON-VISITORS ENGAGEMENT
CHAPTER 3: USEFUL TIPS - BEST PRATICE IN MUSEUMS
CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 1
The EMEE project has developed a variety of tools and resources that enable museum professionals to developed innovative activities in order to provide an active participation of visitors in the museum.
These activities deal with the concept of 'Change of Perspective', applied to the ideas of bridging-the-gap and of contacting so-called 'non- -visitor'-groups.
The National Museum of Contemporary History, Ljubljana, Slove- nia developed and implemented an activity called ‘Museum Speed Dat- ing Game' – a new way to bridge the gap between museums and (non-) visitors’.
The National Museum of Archaeology, Lisbon, Portugal presented the exhibition ‘Europe through our objects: one object, many visions’ to engage the visitors with a new approach.
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