Services Examination: Explorable Places

August 22, 2019 As a museum professional, there are so many services I learned about that offer various ways to facilitate museum practices. For instance, there are services that help museum educators run booking and scheduling school programs. There are also services that help education programs get attention from parents and teachers to learn about… Continue reading Services Examination: Explorable Places

Humanities Indicators Results Reaction: Visitors Historic Sites and Museums on the Rise

August 15, 2019 This past Monday, I discovered an interesting study that was examined and presented by Humanities Indicators. For those who are not familiar with them, Humanities Indicators is run by the American Academy of the Arts and Sciences. The Academy is an honorary society that recognizes and celebrates the excellence of its members,… Continue reading Humanities Indicators Results Reaction: Visitors Historic Sites and Museums on the Rise

Museums I Visited While I Was in College: Springfield Museums

Added on August, 8, 2019 For this month’s patron request, I am going to share memories of museums I visited back when I was in college. If you would like to learn more about Patreon and make your own requests please visit my Patreon page here: https://www.patreon.com/lindseysteward . One of my previous blog posts had… Continue reading Museums I Visited While I Was in College: Springfield Museums

Virtual Museum Experiences: Impressions of Museum Education Roundtable’s Journal of Museum Education

August 1, 2019 This week Museum Education Roundtable released the forty-fourth volume, number three edition of their journal, Journal of Museum Education, online. In case you are not familiar with the journal, the Journal of Museum Education is a peer-reviewed journal released by the Museum Education Roundtable four times a year that explores and reports… Continue reading Virtual Museum Experiences: Impressions of Museum Education Roundtable’s Journal of Museum Education

Historic House Keeping: A Hands-On Professional Development Experience

July 18, 2019 On previous blog posts, I shared my experiences in participating in professional development programs including conferences and seminars. I participated in another program that would not only help me refresh my skills as a public historian and museum professional but could also help several museum professionals who are responsible for collections. Also,… Continue reading Historic House Keeping: A Hands-On Professional Development Experience

How History is Seen by the Public: AASLH Partnership for Grant-Funded Project

June 27, 2019 History has always been a subject I have been interested in studying and, as I developed my education and career, I became more interested in finding effective ways to translate the study of history to school children and adult visitors. Over the years, I participated in professional development programs that delved into… Continue reading How History is Seen by the Public: AASLH Partnership for Grant-Funded Project

Patron Request: Museum Impressions, JFK Presidential Library and Museum

June 13, 2019 For this month’s patron request, I am going to give my impressions about John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. In previous patron requests, I wrote about museums I have visited during my childhood and adolescence. The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is one that I visited both during my… Continue reading Patron Request: Museum Impressions, JFK Presidential Library and Museum