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Oberg Research is an independent research organization specializing in Audience Research and Evaluation. We are dedicated to advancing informal learning by understanding its impact on individuals and communities.

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What We Do

We have over a decade of experience in developing the right evaluation tools and methodologies. Our expertise includes:
Evaluation Planning: Identify the questions you need answered and the best methods to use for measuring impact.
Exhibit Planning/Prototyping,Front-end Evaluation,Impact Evaluation,Process Evaluation
Logic Model Development
Visitor Demographic Studies & Market Analysis
General Consultation

We conduct original research using, but not limited to, the following area of expertise to advance the field of informal learning:
Arts & Culture
Public History
Collaborative Practice
Children’s Museums

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to discuss your next project.

Our Approach

We believe that collecting and understanding the right data can greatly enhance our mission and further the cause of our partners. Our approach is highly iterative and encourages collaborative dialogue from initial concept to final implementation, to ensure that our partners’ goals are achieved.

Each project has unique goals, methods, and analyses. We use multiple methods to gather data including surveys, interviews, focus groups, and more.

Once the data is in hand we use a variety of analytical techniques to explain what the data means for our partner’s projects and partner’s work. Contact us to discuss your individual project.

TrackNTime™ Tablet Software

TrackNTime™ is tablet software designed for tracking and timing research, especially in a museum setting. It provides evaluators with the capability to design instruments, download exhibition or element information, collect data in an easy, user-friendly way, and export data to Excel for easy analysis.

Using TrackNTime™ researchers can collect data specific to a project, such as:
- Individual's gender, age
- Length of time at a specific exhibit element
- Length of time in exhibit overall
- Order in which exhibit elements were visited

After collection, your data is exported to a spreadsheet and is ready to be analyzed.

TrackNTime™ is available for Android and iPad tablets.

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Select Clientele

American Philosophical Society Museum
Association of Children's Museums
Brooklyn Museum
The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Mütter Museum
Discovery Place
Edventure Children's Museum
Foundation for Economic Education
Heritage Philadelphia Program
The High Museum of Art
National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine
National Air and Space Museum
National Museum of the American Indian
National Museum of African American History and Culture
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
United States Capitol Center
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Oberg Research, LLC
Heidi Kartchner, Director
Christina Talbert, Research Associate
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