Lindsey Steward-Goldberg, the creator of the blog and website Looking Back, Moving Forward in Museum Education, is a museum professional with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Western New England University and a Master of Arts degree in Public History from Central Connecticut State University.
This website shares blog posts and resources on museums and public history. She also shares her experience as a museum professional within the field. Lindsey is based in Port Jefferson Station, New York.
She created a Buy Me A Coffee page to help support her book project, and she is now offering consultation services to raise money for it.
- Virtual Museum Impressions: The Morgan Library & Museum
- Museum Memories: Long Island Part Two, Long Island Maritime Museum and The Historical Society of Greater Port Jefferson
- Things To Do At Museums For Valentine’s Day
- Announcement: Changes to the Blog and Website
- Things to Do for Halloween at Museums and Historic Sites in 2022
Sneak Peak of Member Post: Let’s Revisit Butler-McCook House Genealogical Research: Then and Now
March 30, 2021
Lindsey announces a bonus blog post she wrote about her project she worked on. This is a sneak peak of this bonus post. If you are considering becoming a member of this website, you will be able to:
Access new blog posts before they are posted on my website
Participate in group discussions on my Discord server, Looking Back Moving Forward in Museum Education‘s server
Access members only content
Send in requests what you would like to see on the blog
You can check out my Buy Me a Coffee page here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lbmfmusedblog
Now What? How We Should Be Looking Back and Moving Forward in the Museum Field, 2021 and Beyond
February 25, 2021
Lindsey Steward-Goldberg wrote about how the museum education field will move forward since the lockdown from the pandemic began in March 2020 and the vaccine began being distributed this year.
Museum Impressions and Virtual Revisit: Old Sturbridge Village
January 16, 2020
Lindsey Steward-Goldberg wrote about her virtual visit to Old Sturbridge Village. Since she also visited a number of times starting in college, she also briefly described her experience of her visit to Old Sturbridge Village in person.
Virtual Museum Impressions: Versailles
Lindsey Steward-Goldberg wrote about her virtual visit to the palace of Versailles in Paris, France.