Let’s discuss how Museums can actively promote an accessible culture within their teams and exhibits. Discover how to leverage industry standards and accessibility principles to guide decision-making and go beyond mere compliance. Join me, a passionate mobile engineer and accessibility advocate, alongside our Goosechase Community Manager, @Craig Cordell, on Wednesday, February 28th at 1 PM EST, for an engaging conversation on building an inclusive museum culture. Please take a moment to RSVP to our event! Not sure where to start? Check out my blog article on how we’ve fostered a culture of accessibility at Goosechase.Feel free to drop any questions or specific topics you’re curious about below. See you soon!
One of the ways our product and design teams have gotten inspiration for new features has been to look at where Goosechase creators’ desired outcomes clash against the edges of what our platform’s current capabilities allow. Similar to how urban planners often observe “Desire Paths” formed by the organic movement patterns of crowds through unpaved areas in order to decide where actual pathways should be paved in the future, I’m interested in finding out what “desire features” creators have been enabling using their own clever workarounds, that have allowed them to “hack” features into Goosechase that we might not even have known creators have wanted to use.A few examples I’ve heard of in previous conversations with our creators: Permission collection: Using a text mission worth 0 points in order to get their participants’ permission to use submitted photos or videos for marketing purposes. Points for the fastest submissions: Including 0-point missions, and using the Dashboard
We’re bridging the gap between teaching and running Goosechase Experiences with your students!So, we’re excited to share the first lesson plan we created that includes how you can use a Goosechase Experience to level up your next visit to the local museum! Check it out and let us know what kinds of lessons you’d like to see next!
For anyone who has ever sat down to create a new Mission and completely drawn a blank on where to start, this tool is for you!Built using ChatGPT, the Goosechase Mission Generator will instantly create up to 10 new Missions for you, based on the topic and audience of your Experience.Once you’ve generated your Missions, simply copy and paste them into your Experience.As the Generator is still in beta mode, we're not only excited for you to use it, but we'd also love to get feedback. Should it have more input options? Are the Mission ideas no good? Should it be more integrated in the platform? Does it use too many goose puns? Feel free to drop any feedback in this thread 🧵 or reach out to our customer support team.Try the Goosechase Mission Generator Now! >>
“test”, not “text”I’m trying to get a better idea of the user experience before the date of the actual event and I want to test many of the elements in advance so that the team is adequately prepared. Can I create a bunch of missions and do a “dress-rehearsal” with the team prior to the main event? Alternately, can I go “live” with a very limited number of people for testing, pause the experience, then resume for the real event later?
Hi everyone! We are hosting a ticketed fundraising road rally in October and are new to GC. The organization we are raising funds for will be accepting all payments received, through their website, for registration as well as accepting donations prior, during, and after the event. Is there anyone who can offer any suggestions on this topic? Thanks in advance. Mary Beth and Dave
Today we celebrate the ONE-year anniversary of The Nest! 🎉 Over the last year, this gaggle has grown to over 350 members, created over 550 posts, and given over 950 thumbs up! And we couldn’t have done it without you! You flew together as a flock, sharing ideas, attending events, answering questions, and trading helpful honks.And we’re ready for more! This year we’re ready to welcome new geese to our flock, host more events, showcase incredible industry experts, and help Goosechase creators just like you make the world more fun, playful, and human.Honk honk hooray! 🎉 Since this egg hatched one year ago, there have been SO many of you that helped build this nest one twig at a time! Huge shoutout to these fine feathered day one community members: @Carrie Willis @MsKERodriguez @Mambrose @RetChaser @drfry2 @JRErickson @lhawthorne @nhill @cincrean @JackieD @MrBentley @Floyd Perras @jenniferacronk @MrBentley THANK YOU to everyone for being part of this community! 📣 Honk into the thread
Hi, I’m Rebecca, Community Coordinator at Goosechase and Elementary K-6 teacher, too! I have such fond memories of meticulously choosing which Valentine’s Day card I would give to each of my friends and writing little notes! Taking part in a Goosechase Experience would have been so much fun! If you’re looking for something fun to do, feel free to copy one of our Valentine’s Day templates to use with your students next month!What are you planning for Valentine’s Day this year? Any ideas to share?
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