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Museum Home Museum Research and Conservation Metrics and Evaluations

The J. Paul Getty Museum regularly assesses its initiatives, resources, and tools by conducting usability studies; undertaking quantitative and qualitative evaluations; and measuring impact through user consultation and participation in surveys and focus groups, attendance statistics, and media analytics.

Metrics and evaluations are made available below in order to promote awareness of this information internally, share analytic methods and reporting measures with other cultural institutions, and assess performance.

Getty Museum Twitter Evaluation, 2009

GettyGuide™ Audio Player Survey, 2007

Getty Center Orientation Film Evaluation, 2007

Weegee Listening Station Evaluation, 2006

WebWise 2006

GettyGuide™ Bookmarks: Do They Really Work? 2006

Getty Villa Brochure Evaluation, 2006

Whyville Assessment, 2006

Rembrandt Handheld Evaluation, 2005

Learn more on these helpful Web sites:

• The Metrics & Evaluation Special Interest Group (ME SIG) of the Museum Computer Network (MCN) endeavors to develop best practices and further knowledge and expertise as a result of sharing research results and methodologies.

MuseTech Central, the MCN Registry, provides a place for the community to share information about technology-related museum projects.