This session reflects on the challenges of balancing the use of technology with low-tech options, the pressures of museums to keep up with the latest digital technologies, and the potential innovations that exist outside of the digital sphere. Learn how four museums were intentional in their choices to engage visitors through low-tech experiences. The session will include significant audience evaluation findings showing visitor learning and a yearning for opportunities to unplug from the digital landscape in order to think, create, and reconnect. Education, Audience Research & Evaluation track generously supported by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Amy Nelson, Brandy Vause, Erin Adams, Nathalie Ryan,