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Position Opening: Research Associate Randi Korn & Associates, Inc., is seeking a Research Associate in its Alexandria, VA office. Primary Responsibilities: The Research Associate will be responsible for implementing diverse evaluation projects and services, coordinating contractor data collection teams, collecting and analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, and preparing reports and presentations. Some travel is required....
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Update: we are no longer accepting applications for this position. Thank you!   Position Opening: Research Assistant   Randi Korn & Associates, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in evaluating museum programs and exhibitions, is seeking a Research Assistant in its Alexandria, VA office.   Primary responsibilities: Data Collection. The Research Assistant will assist with data...
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There is a reason behind every methodological decision we make as evaluators. While we give great thought to our evaluation design, our thinking is not always transparent.   We have decided to pull the curtain back on our thinking in a new blog series that we are calling “Evaluation Design: A Peek Behind the Scenes.” Our...
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Amanda: January came and went quickly.  At RK&A, we kicked off the year with a retreat.  Our main goal was to spend time together in one physical location–a rarity for our small office of seven.  We needed some bonding time… Thus, we participated in the personal response “tour.” My first experience with the “tour” was back...
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On Wednesday, October 7th from 2-3pm EDT, RK&A’s Randi Korn, Amanda Krantz, and Cathy Sigmond will host RK&A’s second Twitter chat on thinking critically about outcomes, using the hashtag #RKAchat.  To join the conversation make sure your tweets include this hashtag.  Why this topic? Last week, Randi wrote a blog about the usefulness of outcomes in...
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Position Opening: Research Associate Randi Korn & Associates, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in evaluating museum programs and exhibitions, is seeking a Research Associate in its Alexandria, VA office. The Research Associate will be responsible for implementing diverse evaluation projects and services, coordinating contractor data collection teams, collecting and analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, and...
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Last week, Stephanie wrote a thoughtful piece about the recent upswing in museum professionals who are conducting evaluation and the importance of thinking critically about evaluation. Among other things, she asked “how can the field be sure the results produced are reliable and useful?” You can read the full post here. In an effort to open...
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Whole Garden and West Gallery exhibition [2013] (Read the full report) The United States Botanic Garden (USBG) contracted RK&A to study visitors’ experiences in the current West Gallery exhibition. However, after an initial meeting, USBG recognized that any changes to the West Gallery should be intentional and done in the context of staff’s aspirations for...
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Intentional Museum is happy to announce its second student blogging competition! We believe that tomorrow’s museum professionals will shape and change the field through their unique perspectives and new ideas, and, because of that; there is a lot we can learn from students. New voices keep us on our toes and encourage us to consider...
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Summative Evaluation of Cyberchase: The Chase is On! [2008] (Read the full report) Children’s Museum of Houston (CMH) contracted with Randi Korn & Associates, Inc. (RK&A) to evaluate the National Science Foundation-funded exhibition Cyberchase: The Chase is On! The exhibition used a popular children’s television show as an entry point to convey two key exhibition...
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