Research project: Developing enjoyable audio resources for museums and galleries
Researchers at the University of Westminster, in collaboration with the Museum of London, are looking for participants to take part in a two-part study. They are looking at experiences of recorded audio for a series of photos taken from the collections of the Museum of London. They are interested in all perspectives – whether you visit museums often or never; whether or not you frequently use audio facilities in museums. Your participation will contribute to the development of our understanding about what makes successful audio resources, and about their potential for use more widely across the museum sector.
What you will need to do
You will be shown eight photographs on a laptop screen and asked to listen to the audio through headphones. Afterwards, you will be asked questions about your thoughts and experience. This should take about an hour. One month later, we will ask you to complete a follow-up questionnaire to fill in at home, again asking about your thoughts and experiences. It should take you about 20 minutes to complete. We will offer you a £15 Amazon voucher upon completion to thank you for your participation.
Where and when?
The first part of the study will take place at the University of Westminster, 115 New Cavendish Street, London, W1W 6UW (nearest Tube station is Goodge Street). The questionnaire will be emailed to you. We have dates available to reserve now.
Further information and registration
Please contact Rachel Hutchinson via email at email@example.com.
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