Exhibition Reading List
The following books and articles have been chosen as they were helpful to us in our project on learning more about designing family friendly exhibits.
- Borun, Minda, et al. Family Learning in Museums: the PISEC Perspective. The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia. 1998.
- Humphrey, Thomas-Principal investigator, Joshua P. Gutwill- Co-Principal Investigator, and the Exploratorium APE Team. Fostering Active Prolonged Engagement: The Art of Creating APE Exhibits. Exploratorium, San Francisco CA. 2005.
- McLean, Kathleen. Planning for People in Museum Exhibitions. The Association of Science and Technology Centers. Washington D.C. 1993.
- Serrell, Beverly. Exhibit Labels: An Interpretive Approach. Nashville Tennessee: AASLH PRES. 1996.
- Serrell, Beverly. Making Exhibit Labels; a Step by Step Guide. Nashville Tennessee: AASLH PRES. 1983.
- Adams, Marianna, Jessica Luke, and Theano Moussouri. “Interactivity: Moving Beyond Terminology,” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 47 No. 2, (2004): 155-170.
- Allen, Sue and Joshua Gutwill. “Designing with Interactives: Five Common Pitfalls,” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 47, No. 2, (April 2004): 199-212.
- Ash, Doris. “How Families Use Questions at Dioramas: Ideas for Exhibit Design,” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 47, No. 1, (2004): 84-100.
- Borun, Minda and Jennifer Dritsas. “Developing Family-Friendly Exhibits,” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 40, No.3 (1997): 178-196.
- Borun, Minda, Margaret Chambers, Jennifer Dritsas, and Julie Johnson. “Enhancing Family Learning Through Exhibits,” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 40, No.4 (1997): 279-295.
- Dierking, Lynne, Dale McCrady, Diane Frankel, and Leslie Adelman. “Facilitating and Documenting Family Learning in the 21 st Century,” Current Trends in Audience Research and Evaluation, Vol. 15, (May 2002): 62.
- Jones, Mika Cohen, Lynn D. Dierking, John H. Falk, Leonie Rennie, and Carol Scott. “Interactives and Visitor Learning,” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 47, No. 2., (April 2004): 171-198.
- Kelly, Lynda, Gillian Savage, Janette Griffin, and Susan Tonkin. Knowledge Quest: Australian Families Visit Museums. Sydney and Canberra, Australia: Australian Museum and National Museum of Australia, 2002.
- McManus, Paulette. “Families in Museums,” in Roger Miles and Lauro Zavala (Eds.)., Towards the Museum of the Future: New European Perspectives. London and New York: Routledge, 1994, 81-97.
- Pinus, Diana Alderoqui. “Look Again!: Planning an Exhibition with Social Interaction in Mind,” The Journal of Museum Education, Vol. 25. Nos. 1-2. (Spring 2000).
- Rheame Paul H. “A Hands-on Approach for Don't Touch Exhibits,” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 31, No. 2 (1988): 96.
- Scott (Ed.) Evaluation and Visitor Research in Museums: Towards 2000. Sydney: Powerhouse Publishing, 1995, 81-82.
- Serrell, Beverly. “Paying Attention: The Duration and Allocation of Visitors' Time in Museum Exhibitions,” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 40, No. 2 (1997): 108-125.
- Spock, Dan. “Is it Interactive Yet?” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 47, No. 4 (2004): 369-374.
- Van Balgooy, Max A. “Hands-on or Hands-off? The Management of Collections and Museum Education,” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 33, No. 2, (1990): 125.
- West, Robert. “The Economics of Interactivity,” Curator: The Museum Journal, Vol. 47, No. 2, (April 2004): 213-223.
- Wood, R. “Families,” in Gail Durbin (Ed.) Developing Museum Exhibitions for Life Long Learning. London: Museum and Galleries Commission, 1996, 77-82.