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  • Do your elected officials know how you serve their constituents?  Do you have champions for your organization? Are you prepared in the event legislation or policies are proposed that would adversely affect your museum? Advocacy involves communicating what your museum does and why it is important. Making advocacy a part of ongoing operations can help build […]

  • Museums and other history-minded institutions have the ability to connect a number of people–visitors, staff, volunteers, and stakeholders– in a variety of different ways. But how can we make sure that all of the communities we serve, or want to serve, see themselves in both our exhibitions and learning opportunities and as content creators? The […]

  • Designed for both emerging and seasoned museum practitioners, Writing for Historical Publications will  inspire and equip participants to write for professional publications, organization blogs, and book manuscripts. The ability to write well is a hot commodity in the history world. In addition to being a valuable tool for developing communication skills, the act of writing […]

  • Across the country, museums and historic sites welcome visitors into a world long gone but fundamental to America today. Military history in particular is etched into our country’s culture and the public’s imagination. The trouble, though, for museums and historical sites lies in continuing to make it both accessible and relevant to today’s audiences. Utilizing […]

  • Historic sites are continuously looking for new revenue sources. Commercial filming has the potential to earn additional income and give your site great exposure. However, there are a lot of factors to consider, and guidelines to set in place, before signing the contract. This historic house call intends to provide resources, share dos and don’ts, […]

  • 2015 Online Conference  Thursday, September 17 10:00-11:15am We Can Do It! Uncovering Women’s History Together Do you want to increase access to women’s history and discover diverse and untold stories within your community? This session explores research and access to women’s history through a series of firsthand accounts and offers practical techniques to integrate women’s […]

  • 2015 Online Conference Friday, September 18  10:00-11:15am Commerce + Interpretation: the Possibilities, Pitfalls, and Principles of Shared Use at Historic Sites Shared use between for-profit commercial ventures and museum operations–the best new idea for sustaining historic sites or a risky proposition? The National Trust offers a frank assessment of prototyping this model at Cooper-Molera Adobe […]

  • AASLH on Demand brings together the best of our recorded webinars and online conference sessions. Take a class with the experts on managing and interpreting your collections, creating great exhibits, building effective boards, and more. To see all available webinar recordings in our Online Store, click here. Free Resources Getting Your Feet Wet with Evaluation […]

  • This webinar includes information on: Day-to-day board operations How to build a relationship with your board Importance of rewards Presenter: Carolyn Brackett, National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Museums hold collections in trust for the public. With that trust comes the duty of care. But with the duty of care comes the requirement that we not endanger collection items through improper practices or treatment. Where, however, is the line between what we can and can’t do? This webinar is for paid and unpaid […]