Hansen, Peter H.
Selkow, Stanley M.
This research paper was written for Her Majesty's Tower of London to evaluate the interactive exhibit Hands-On-History. Various methods, including surveys, observations, interviews, and counting visitor flow rates were used to assess the exhibit and the individual displays. The criteria for the assessment were visitor enjoyment, visitor learning and exhibit attendance. The results from our qualitative and quantitative research methods were analyzed to determine that Hands-On-History is an effective exhibit.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
President's IQP Award, First Runner-up
Interactive Qualifying Project
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