Universal Design Principles at Museums Survey: Current Industry Practice and Perceptions

29 Apr 2021 5:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Occupational therapy students at Grand Valley State University are conducting a survey to identify how universal design principles are applied in museum settings across the United States. The results of this study will inform re-design efforts at the Grand Rapids Public Museum to create functional and welcoming spaces for people of all abilities. Findings will also be shared on a national scale through publication.

This survey takes approximately 10-minutes to complete. To participate, you must be employed at a museum located in the United States and have direct knowledge of policies related to accessibility. This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at Grand Valley State University. Protocol: # 21-223-H

To access the survey, click here.

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