What is it about?
This article points out that visitors to museum discover haptic or body-centered experience as well as the visual and verbal information presented through artifacts and signage. Such experiences may be particularly rich in emotional connotations.
Why is it important?
Recognizing the existence of bodily knowledge in the museum is a first step towards deliberately planning it to enhance pedagogical outcomes.
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