A Study of Labels, Groups, and readers in an Egyptian Mummy Gallery

November 1st, 1994 | RESEARCH

In this article, Jacksonville State University's Amy Cota and Stephen Bitgood address the following evaluation questions: (1) Would label reading decrease when the number of labels is increased? (2) Do groups who visit in families behave differently than groups composed of adults only? and (3) Do label readers view exhibit objects longer than nonreaders? The researchers share findings from a study that evaluated these questions in the Egyptian Mummy gallery at the Anniston Museum of Natural History.



Team Members

Amy Cota, Author, Jacksonville State University
Stephen Bitgood, Author, Jacksonville State University


Identifier Type: issn
Identifier: 0892-4996

Publication: Visitor Behavior
Volume: 9
Number: 3
Page(s): 13


Audience: Adults | Evaluators | Families | Museum | ISE Professionals
Discipline: Education and learning science | History | policy | law | Life science | Social science and psychology
Resource Type: Peer-reviewed article | Research Products
Environment Type: Exhibitions | Museum and Science Center Exhibits