Open Exhibits – 2009 Survey on Computer Exhibits in Museums

We’ve just launched our 2009 Survey on computer-based interactive exhibits in museums for the Open Exhibits project.  We encourage you to take the survey.  Open Exhibits is a planned open source initiative for informal science education. We are reworking our proposal for the National Science Foundation to include feedback from reviews (although most of the comments from this round were very positive.)  We are also going to be adding support for multitouch gestures and multiuser interaction into the proposal.


There’s more about the project and the results from our 2008 survey on Last year we received 125 responses to the survey, we are trying to match that number this year. Also, we encourage you to join our Facebook group. We’ll be posting the results of the survey in late spring on the Open Exhibits website.

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