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Space for Learning

Thank you for taking the time to fill in this survey to help shape the revised Space for Learning publication.

 

Space for Learning: A Handbook for Education Spaces in Museums, Heritage Sites and Discovery Centres was published in 2004. It was the result of a collaborative research project investigating learning spaces in museums, archives and libraries, historic houses and buildings, heritage sites (industrial, archaeological and natural), architecture and science centres, children's museums and discovery centres across the UK.

 

The Clore Duffield Foundation, Heritage Lottery Fund, Arts Council England and other members of the original project, together with new partners including RIBA, GEM and Engage, are refreshing Space for Learning.


This survey will help shape the content of the new publication. There are eleven questions and it should take no more than 10 minutes to fill in.
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What information is it important to include in the publication? Please rank your top eight.

Order the items from the following list. First select an item with the spacebar to show a menu of possible ranking positions. Next, click a ranking position to order it in the ranked list. Note the menu will display more ordering options as you add items to the ranked list.
5. Do you have a learning space?
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