Multiple Perspectives on Multiple Languages
Education and Interpretation
The Conference Center  Monday, May 19  8:45-10 a.m.     302 
Hear about new research investigating how visitors use bilingual resources (Spanish, Vietnamese, ASL) in exhibits and their impact on visitors’ experiences. Gain insight into the practical implications of developing bilingual resources, including challenges, lessons learned and tips for success.

Global Perspectives, Diversity

Session Format :    Flash

Learner Outcomes

Cecilia Garibay - Garibay Group, Inc.

Cecilia Garibay is Principal of Garibay Group, a research, evaluation and strategic planning firm based in Chicago that helps organizations more effectively serve visitors and reach new audiences. Garibay Group regularly consults with organizations on audience development initiatives, with a particular focus on reaching the Latino market and other multicultural audiences. She recently co-completed a large study exploring the impact of bilingual exhibits on both audiences and the hosting museums.

Juli Goss - Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Juli Goss is a Research Associate in the Research and Evaluation department at the Museum of Science, Boston where she’s worked for the past six years conducting formative and summative evaluations for various exhibitions and programs, as well as research studies on a range of inclusive efforts. She will frame the session and discussion based on her work related to disability theory, universal design and access which spans many past projects.

Jenni Martin - Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose

Megan Richardson - Canadian Museum of History

Steven Yalowitz -