- Judith Koke will lead an interactive session on Museums adapting to a changing world. After presenting a framework of changes that museums must consider, small groups will tackle potential solutions that museums might consider. Contact: 785-864-6408, firstname.lastname@example.org Department: Museum Studies Ticket Cost: Free Previously, Judy was Deputy Director, Education and Public Programming at the Art Gallery of Ontario, where she developed and implemented a pan-institutional program of visitor research, leading a cultural change to support data-driven, visitor-centered decision making. Koke served as an instructor for the University of Torontos Museum Interpretation and Meaning-making class in 2010 and 2011, and as an instructor in Visitor Research and Evaluation at George Washington University in Washington D.C. She was a Senior Researcher for the Institute for Learning Innovation, where she did a nationwide study of all IMLS-funded youth programs. She was also the evaluator at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and managed visitor studies and evaluation and the Assistant Director of the University of Colorados Museum of Science and Anthropology. Thursday November 15, 2012 12:00pm - 1:00pm Spooner Hall, The Commons
University of Kansas
- Museums & Attractions Education University & Alumni
- Thursday, November 15 @ 12:00 pm
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