This article emphasizes the importance of networking between educational institutions and museums and historic sites.

The authors comment on the trend of shrinking monetary resources which only further highlights the need for organizations to work closely with one another.

They use the examples of the Gunn Memorial Library’s collaboration with a middle school in Connecticut in which students helped transcribe letters written during the Civil War and also Timberlane Reginal High School in New Hampshire where students created a documentary on the Scopes Trial and Darwin’s impact.

Connectivity between schools and museums has proven to be a successful endeavor for each of these sites.