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These responses are written in yet another colour of ink. To capture longitudinal data about the change in learning, follow-up PMM interviews can be conducted at intervals of weeks, months, or even years after the museum experience. The Institute has conducted the follow-up interviews over the phone, using the written maps from the museum visit as a discussion guide. Visitors are reminded of what they wrote and said on the pre- and post-visit maps and asked to expand upon these based upon what, if anything has arisen since their visit.
It also requires a significant commitment of time and energy from visitors. We have found that visitors thoroughly enjoy participating in PMM studies and often remain talking with researchers at length, if the situation is amenable. However, there are circumstances when PMM does not work to its full potential, for example, it is difficult to conduct good Personal Meaning Maps with families at a special programme. The level of distraction at such an event, such as performances or art-making activity centres, works counter to the level of reflection needed by visitors to respond to a PMM.
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