Exploring the future of museums

Audience Research Unit
The Australian Museum Audience Research Unit undertakes a broad range of visitor research and evaluation projects. The objectives of the unit are to undertake and facilitate innovative research into visitor experiences and learning issues in museums generally; feed information into program development, policy and planning; publicise and disseminate research results and serve as a networking hub linking the Museum with other organisations, universities and research institutions that are undertaking research in complementary areas.


Prof. Alex Halavais
New Youth City: Developing a Learning Network in New York
Under the Digital Media and Learning initiative, Alex is working with a consortium of institutions creating mobile learning apps designed to connect to youth museum goers in new ways. The primary museums doing this are the Cooper Hewitt, Brooklyn Science, Bronx Zoo, and the AMNH. NYC Library and a number of others are in on it, as well, just not as directly. The mission of these institutions is really about education and learning. e.g. Mannahatta: The Game at


Julia Kaganskiy (@juliaxgulia)
Digital Learning intern at MoMA

MoMA Research FAQ

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Brooklyn Museum
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Brooklyn, NY 11238-6052

Shelley Bernstein
Chief of Technology at the Brooklyn Museum

Interview with Brooklyn Museum's Shelley Bernstein

Shelley Bernstein Fostering Personal Connection to Place

Shelley Bernstein and Will Cary from the Brooklyn Museum take the floor

Shelley Bernstein on the Commons Project on Flickr

New York Hall of Science
Chris Lawrence
Senior Manager of Digital Learning
New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th Street Queens,
NY 11368-2950

(718) 699-0005 ext. 319
Cell: (718) 757-0843
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Announcing the new Walker Channel — HD video, improved design, search, accessibility