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New ‘Rugby World Hall of Fame’ includes multi-language Audio Tour

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Translating Rugby for the world The World Rugby Hall of Fame opened to the public on Friday 18 November at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum. Located in Rugby town, where the story of the game began 200 years ago, this new visitor experience will take visitors on a journey through the history of the sport. As part […]

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Case study video: Successful balance of high & low tech interpretation

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Finding the balance of high tech and low tech interpretation is a common challenge across Museums and Heritage sites. It’s a highly creative process, exploring ideas and concepts that will engage audiences and deliver a memorable visitor experience. We introduced the Eltham Palace Project in another post, highlighting some of our key lessons learnt on […]

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Deaf Awareness Week – can you recognise a deaf visitor?

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Welcome to Deaf Awareness Week, a week of opportunity for you to to recognise, empathise and improve your visitor experience for people who are D/deaf! The most difficult challenge around inclusion of deaf visitors is communication. I’m going to ask you to do one important thing this week, as an individual, or as a team, I want you […]

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British Sign Language or Subtitles for D/deaf access?

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With this Saturday 12th March being Disabled Access Day 2016, we thought we’d answer a common question – why a D/deaf person would need BSL and/or subtitles?  The answer is it depends on the D/deaf person’s first or preferred language. // You might also be wondering what’s with the capital/lower case spelling of ‘D/deaf’? The term D/deaf is used to […]

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