Did you know we offer recordings from many of our past webinars online to download and stream, and that some are even free?

These are a great way to take a virtual “class” from an expert and to learn about topics that matter to you and your organization! From fundraising to creating collections policies to crafting memorable tours, our downloadable webinar recordings are a wonderful resource to learn more about specific topics, and to catch up on the “conversations” happening among organizations like yours.

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Here are just a few examples:

Telling a Good Story
A good guided tour is a good story told well,” says guest speaker Linda Norris. What can you do to transform a guided tour from a recitation of facts into a meaningful story that connects with visitors? It’s all about research, attitude, and a commitment to engaging visitors.

Redefining Audiences
Who is your current audience and how can you engage new ones?  Looking at the most recent U.S. Census, Susie Wilkening discusses demographic change and the valuable way in which your organization can use census data to think about current audiences, future audiences, and their motivations and constraints.

Getting Your Feet Wet with Evaluation (free)
Have you thought about doing a survey or gathering visitor information, but were overwhelmed by the prospect? Are you looking for a place to start? In this on-demand webinar, learn about a special event survey you can adapt in five minutes or less for your site. 

Finding Good Board Members, Building Strong Boards (free)
This webinar with instructor Carolyn Brackett includes information on characteristics of a good board and of good board members, identifying the best candidates for your organization, and recruiting the best board members.

Historic House Call: Creating Engaging and Memorable Tours (free)
This Historic House Call session presents the key elements necessary for creating engaging and memorable tour experiences that enhance visitors’ personal connections with historic houses and sites. 

Historic House Calls: Interpreting Race (free)
This Historic House Call speaks about this issue and explores ways to purposefully interpret race in historic house museums.