BROWSE RESOURCES ABOUT ‘2013 Annual Meeting’

  • Recorded as part of the 2013 AASLH Online Conference, Volunteers: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Change  helps you discover how three organizations have re-worked their volunteer programs, creating a mutually beneficial relationship; expanding the role of volunteers by giving them greater responsibility and matching jobs to specialized skills, opening their volunteer program to younger and different people; and […]

  • Recorded as part of the 2013 AASLH Online Conference, Managing Change: The Keys to Successful Transitions within Historic Organizations  discusses how to employ key strategic and practical steps to help you handle any type of transition or change. Whether transitioning jobs, projects, leadership, or starting from scratch to create a whole new entity, managing change can […]

  • Recorded as part of the 2013 AASLH Online Conference, this session led by museum trustees with decades of board experience will help you build an effective and engaged board. The board/director partnership is critical and it begins with having the best board possible. Presenters include: Jim McCreight, President, Museum Trustee Association, Beaverton, OR Carl Hart, […]

  • Recorded as part of the 2013 AASLH Online Conference, The Continuum of Excellence  discusses how AASLH and AAM are working together to provide a path for history museums to move between the StEPS, MAP, Core Documents Verification and Accreditation programs. Presenters include: Cherie Cook, Senior Program Manager, AASLH, Jefferson City, MO Jill Connors-Joyner, Assistant Director, […]

  • Birmingham is a city which has reoriented its history, inspiring international human rights movements. It is the perfect place to think & talk about how stories of ordinary people and extraordinary change inspire and inform us, our publics, and our programs and outreach.Like Birmingham, history organizations are changing the way they do things, taking issues […]

  • Recorded as part of the 2013 AASLH Online Conference, Working with Community to Address Things that Matter Locally  asks the question is your history organization interested in taking on an exhibit or programs that addresses a community issue? How do you involve the community? What angle do you take? What is the impact? Learn how three […]

  • AASLH Online Conference Session recorded September 20, 2013. Session Length 1:18:12 Is your history organization interested in taking on an exhibit or program that addresses a community issue? How do you involve the community? What angle do you take? What is the impact? Learn how three members of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience […]

  • This article features Lynne Ireland, Chair of the AASLH Council and summarizes her remarks at the 2013 Annual Meeting in Birmingham, AL at the Meeting of the AASLH Membership. Download the free PDF or purchase History News Winter 2014 issue. Free Download

  •   This article in History News is adapted from Bridges’s address to the 2013 Leadership in History Awards Banquet, Edwin C. Bridges graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, and received his M.A. and Ph.D. in history from the University of Chicago. He taught history in high school in Greenville and also taught at […]

  • This article is adapted from Diène’s address at the 2013 AASLH Annual Meeting and published in History News Vol. 69, #1. Born in Senegal in 1941, Doudou Diène was a prizewinner in philosophy in Senegal’s Concours General. Having joined the UNESCO Secretariat in 1977, in 1980 he was appointed Director of the Liaison Office with the […]