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The Museum Life

The Museum Life

Friday at 7 AM Pacific

September 27th 2013:Measuring Success

There is science to the museum experience: psychology, anthropology, design, human behavior, sociology and brain chemistry all play a role in creating successful museum experiences. Caren Oberg, principal and owner of Oberg Research, will discuss ways that museums use scientific research to develop their offerings and evaluate their products. Like all scientific research, the key is asking the right questions. Good research also helps museums understand their audiences and become more responsive to the needs of their communities.

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Caren Oberg

Caren is the principal and owner of Oberg Research, a research and evaluation firm based in New York. Caren holds a B.A. in anthropology from American University and an M.A. in arts and teaching from George Washington University Museum Education Program. She founded Oberg Research in 2005 to help museums of all sizes to reach their potential and fulfill their mission.
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