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2. Developing topical multidimensional experiences that will promote the perception of science centers as worthwhile lifelong learning resources. 3. Serving as a neutral ground for airing society’s most vexing issues related to science and technology. Koster (2006)4 argued for the relevant museum – the relationship between relevance and sustainability – and suggested some indicators that would move museums towards relevancy. We choose three of them in order to illustrate the new societal role of modern museums.
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