Visitors at National Museum of Scotland

Audience research: call for case studies

Rebecca Atkinson, 02.07.2012
Share your audience research work
The August issue of Museum Practice will look at how audience research can help museums, galleries and heritage sites shape their programmes and reach new visitors.

Readers are invited to submit their own case studies to feature in Your Case Studies – the place where organisations share practical examples and experiences with other readers.

Case studies should be about 250 words and accompanied by a landscape photograph. They could cover: your experience of developing and carrying out audience research; the use of volunteers or Friends; online surveys; or implementing the results of research.

You can read other examples of reader-submitted case studies in the Your Case Studies section of Museum Practice.

Please email your case studies and relevant landscape photographs by 31 July to

Museum Practice reserves the right to edit copy to ensure it meets editorial standards and style. Not all submitted case studies may be used.