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  1. The museum experience for people with low vision should also be a consideration.
    Today in a class discussion about the museum experience a student reported that a group of older patrons were cautioned by a security guard for getting too close to the item on display. What they were doing is bending to read the miniscule print label describing the item.
    I always ask if there is a handout in large print of labels at an exhibit. Once in a while there, but the answer is usually no.

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