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EXARC article: Inclusion of visually impaired visitors
In order to address visually impaired visitors, a German
While explaining history with the help of objects is not a new idea, this approach is new in the way it is narrated. The guided tours should also include aspects of social history and theoretical and methodological questioning.
The focus of the inclusive guided tour are the houses in the museum area. Tactile diagrams of floor plans in Size A3 are available for the houses. For a clear structure, they created a modular following the three eras. In this way, it was possible to adapt the tours to the customers.
The tour with objects is very promising and although production was very labour intensive, much is expected of the toolkit.
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