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Getting up close and personal with your research topic in a museum adds an extra dimension to your work, says research expert Tarja Moles

In our digital age and amidst our busy lives, it’s tempting to just do research online and not engage in research that requires more time and effort. However, museums provide a wonderful opportunity to observe and get close to artefacts and other objects that are often only seen in books, television or the internet. Seeing something concretely makes it more real and the experience of that object is totally different when you observe it with your own eyes than when relying on a representation of a second-hand source.

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