Universally Designed Museum Programming: White Paper

Date: 
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Resource Type:
Reference Materials | Report
Environment Type: 
Public Programs, Museum and Science Center Programs
Audience: 
General Public | Museum/ISE Professionals | Evaluators
Discipline: 
Education and learning science | Engineering | General STEM | Technology
Access and Inclusion: 
People with Disabilities
Organization:
Museum of Science, Boston
Description: 

The Universally Designed Museum Programming project was envisioned as a way to create public programs that are more inclusive of people with disabilities. We used the concepts of universal design and Universal Design for Learning as well as our prior experiences with these topics in exhibition design and nanotechnology programming as a foundation for our work. Through this project, we gained insight into building a community of interest, facilitating a charrette in an inclusive way, using universal design guidelines to develop programs, and measuring the effectiveness of our process.

Team Members

Juli GossJuli GossAuthor
Susan StoesselSusan StoesselAuthor
Stephanie IacovelliStephanie IacovelliAuthor

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