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Introducing our learning & evaluation Mandy Barnett April 2014. Re-imagining museums for a sustainable future by fostering wellbeing that doesn’t cost the Earth. Advocacy Learning Empowerment. Rationale for Happy Museum learning & evaluation. What matters locally, for learning & empowerment

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Re-imagining museums for a sustainable future by fostering wellbeing that doesn’t cost the Earth


Rationale for happy museum learning evaluation

Advocacy

Learning

Empowerment

Rationale for Happy Museum learning & evaluation


Measure what matters principle

What matters locally, for learning & empowerment

What matters nationally, for advocacy

Using stories and numbers

Measure What Matters principle


What we ve learnt

What matters? To whom?

How do we best measure, learn and plan better work?

What we’ve learnt


Our principles are robust
Our principles are robust

Funders

Managers

Value for money

Staff


Principles are two types
Principles are two types

Funders

Managers

Value for money

Staff


Learning
Learning

Conversation Hub, LTM


Interaction
Interaction

Paper Apothecary, the Beaney


Feelings
Feelings

Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust

‘This is a beautiful piece of work and that's coming from someone that doesn't like Shakespeare. But the whispered prose combined with the magic of Peter's violin is something very special. It puts you in a better place for a while.– SBT visitor

Paper Apothecary, the Beaney

IWM North

The Story Museum


Environment surroundings
Environment & surroundings

Godalming Museum


Environment surroundings1

‘History can be disruptive - The Orts Road area became a community in the first part of the 19th century when workers from the biscuit factory and the tin makers were re-settled here from the countrysideduring the industrial revolution. By the 1970s compulsory purchase and demolitionof the factory workers’ dwellings dispersed the community that had grown up here into new estates in Whitley and Dee Park and relationships were broken and disrupted again; the main employers left and the area became a ‘brand new estate’ with people being thrown together. For decades this new community’s chances have beenhindered by the abusive activity of drug dealersand this will take time to overcome. The present is a challenging time because with the removal of the gangsters, a new power vacuumexists and there is a fearthat control will slip to organised criminals supplying harder drugs; there are signs of this already. The area will be hindered by this, especially because there are now a high volume of single occupancydwellings and mental health problemswith few family dwellings so that a large proportion of residents are introspective and insular in outlook. As community activists, undertaking research into the historical narrative of this area has empowered us to see the area with a historical perspective. Households have much of what they need for achieving a greater sense of wellbeingand happiness and all that is lacking is social support and shared activity. There was a sense that when drug dealing was at its worst, residents felt the need to keep themselves to themselves. We minded our own business. The Happy Museum activities have brought some residents outand perhaps this could be a starting point. Plans are afoot to organise reunions of East Reading residents. We are also looking forward to sharing the results of our research with displays and literature and a presence at the East Reading Carnivalin June when large numbers of the community get together. This is certain to generate conversations, and so we are interested in taking this further and looking for opportunitiesto develop a history strand within future regenerationinitiatives in the area’ – Reading participant

Environment & surroundings

Reading Museum


How to re imagine museums
How to re-imagine museums community in the first part of the 19

Funders

Managers

Value for money

Staff


How to re imagine museums1
How to re-imagine museums community in the first part of the 19


www.happymuseumproject.org community in the first part of the 19


These matter to different people
These matter to different people community in the first part of the 19

Funders

Managers

Value for money

Staff


And different responses apply
And different responses apply community in the first part of the 19

Funders

Managers

Value for money

Staff


www.happymuseumproject.org community in the first part of the 19


Action research is like marketing
Action research is like marketing community in the first part of the 19

Funders

Managers

Value for money

Staff


Action research in happy museum

Time Capsule self community in the first part of the 19assessment

Narrative evaluation

Attitude Behaviour Matrix

Mood Tree

Where do you stand?

Happy Tracker

Tipping Point

Embedded

Action research in Happy Museum


Time capsule
Time Capsule community in the first part of the 19


Narrative evaluation
Narrative evaluation community in the first part of the 19


Narrative evaluation1
Narrative evaluation community in the first part of the 19


Attitude behaviour matrix
Attitude Behaviour Matrix community in the first part of the 19


Mood tree
Mood Tree community in the first part of the 19


Embedded methods
Embedded methods community in the first part of the 19


How do these fit together
How do these fit together? community in the first part of the 19

Funders

Managers

Value for money

Staff


Managers look in and outwards
‘Managers’ look in and outwards community in the first part of the 19

Funders

Managers

Value for money

Staff


Story of change draws it together
Story of Change draws it together community in the first part of the 19

Funders

Managers

Value for money

Staff


Happy museum s story of change
Happy Museum’s Story of Change community in the first part of the 19


Happy museum s story of change1
Happy Museum’s Story of Change community in the first part of the 19


Happy museum s story of change2
Happy Museum’s Story of Change community in the first part of the 19


Happy museum s story of change3
Happy Museum’s Story of Change community in the first part of the 19


Happy museum s story of change4
Happy Museum’s Story of Change community in the first part of the 19


What we need to do next
What we need to do next community in the first part of the 19

Funders

Managers

Value for money

Staff


www.artscouncil.org.uk/media/uploads/pdf/RSA-Arts-Towards-Plan-A.pdfwww.artscouncil.org.uk/media/uploads/pdf/RSA-Arts-Towards-Plan-A.pdf


www.mbassociates.orgwww.artscouncil.org.uk/media/uploads/pdf/RSA-Arts-Towards-Plan-A.pdf


Ace evidence gaps

Causalitywww.artscouncil.org.uk/media/uploads/pdf/RSA-Arts-Towards-Plan-A.pdf

Larger, longitudinal, experimental

Economic and wider impact of museums and libraries

Savings from prevention

Digital technology for organisational resilience

Equality and diversity

ACE – Evidence gaps


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