Format: Print Book
Museum Learning employs a ‘learning’ lens to highlight the insights and practical applications that theoretical approaches can offer museum studies students, practitioners and researchers working in informal learning contexts such as museums, aquariums, zoos and botanical gardens, and historical re-enactments, among others. The volume looks beyond traditional or cognitive notions of learning, offering new ideas on affective modes of learning which take into account interests, attitudes and emotions. This book will shed light on various approaches to informal learning allowing students and informal practitioners to create more effective environments for learning.
Publication Year: 2018