Open Exhibits – Computer-Based Exhibits Survey Closing Soon

We will be closing our 2009 survey on computer-based interactive exhibits in museums on Monday. If you haven’t done so already,  we encourage you to take the survey.  (Update: May 26, 2009 The survey is closed.) Open Exhibits is a planned open source initiative for informal science education.  The software will be developed in Adobe Flash and Flex, it will include support for multitouch gestures. You can learn more about the project on the Open Exhibits website. Also, we encourage you to join our Facebook group.  

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We have received over 120 responses to the survey so far.  We will share the final results, first with those who have taken the survey. Later, we will post all the results on the Open Exhibits website. 

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