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By Author: Rubén Reyes

My impressions from TCC11

I attended the Transformations in Cultural Communictaion Conference the other week. The aim of this year's conference was to “... draw together leading researchers and professionals to explore the tangible ways in which social media can engage culturally diverse audiences”. Here's some of what I gleaned...

By: Rubén Reyes, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 21 Apr 2011

Mysterious? Adventurous? Muddy?

To prepare for an exhibition next year we recently conducted a frontend survey about the topic “deep ocean”. This research was conducted using Survey Monkey, an online survey tool, and after two weeks 792 people had responded.

By: Rubén Reyes, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 11 Apr 2011

Plunging the depths of the deep ocean

Asking questions is what we do in Audience Research. We do it for lots of reasons, and all of them deepen or broaden our understanding of what we are researching. How fitting then that we recenlty conducted research about the deep ocean.

By: Rubén Reyes, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 11 Apr 2011

What you had to say about the deep ocean

In the recent deep ocean frontend survey people were asked the two questions below. Variety is the spice of life!

By: Rubén Reyes, Category: At The Museum, Date: 11 Apr 2011

Up Close and Spineless – The photographers.

Here’s what past entrants had to say in 2009 about Up Close and Spineless. It’s consistent growth since 2002 highlights a real interest in getting up close with invertebrates.

By: Rubén Reyes, Category: At The Museum, Date: 16 Feb 2011

Find out what past entrants of our Up Close and Spineless Photography Competition think of it?

In March 2009 we surveyed past entrants of the Museum’s annual photography competition Up Close and Spineless. The competition, which focuses on invertebrates and was launched in 2002 with 158 entries, has grown in popularity to attract over 500 entries in 2008. The survey was conducted to inform the future direction of the competition and investigate other photographic exhibition possibilities for the Museum.

By: Rubén Reyes, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 16 Feb 2011