2020

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Public Historian’s Perspective: The Importance of Talking About Family History

100th Anniversary of the Ratification of the 19th Amendment

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Why IMLS Investment in Professional Development is Significant

Services Examination: Lucidea

Building Skills in Museum Education through Online Courses

Art and History Museum Perspectives on Storytelling

How Virtual Exhibits Can Be Accessible

Curiosity about History: What Does this Mean for Museum Educators?

Why the Conversation about Gender and Museums Matter?

How are Museums Dealing with the Coronavirus?

Website Examination: Museum Savvy

Museums Offering Virtual Experiences during the Pandemic

Museum Staff and Boards: How We Are Adapting Our Museum Practices

Virtual Museum Impressions: Mount Vernon

What Kind of Learning Are We Doing? The State of our Education during the Pandemic

Preserving COVID-19 History: An Important Museum-Community Partnership

Diversity and Inclusion in Museums During COVID-19 and Beyond

The Future of Museums After COVID-19: Creating Plans for Re-opening

NYCMER 2020: A Virtual Conference Experience

Museum Education Challenges: Why We Need Museum Educators

AAM Virtual Conference 2020 Experience

Virtual Conferences: New Format in Professional Development in Museums

Reaction: Museum Values in Times of Crises

Museums: What Will Happen When We All Re-Open?

Museums’ Role in Activism

Museum Leadership: The People Matter

Museum Educator: A Vital Role in the Museum-Community Partnership

Should Museums Die? A Conversation about Reforming the Museums

Charging Admission to Museums during this Pandemic: A Discussion

Reflections on Museum Education Since COVID Arrived in the United States Part 1

Services Examination: Curious Experience Design