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Museums vs. The Couch: How Museums Can Retain Relevance and Visitation

Added to Medium, September 27, 2018 Museums always need to think about and plan how they can stay relevant as society's expectations change and as technology advances. In previous blog posts, I discussed about relevance and its significance in museums and history. For instance, I wrote about how museums can use the history of food… Continue reading Museums vs. The Couch: How Museums Can Retain Relevance and Visitation

Patron Request: Museum Impressions, Abigail Adams Birthplace

Added to Medium, September 13, 2018 This post is made possible by the contribution from Patreon, a membership platform that provides business tools for creators to run a subscription content service as well as ways for artists and writers to build relationships and provide exclusive experiences to patrons. Is there a museum you would like… Continue reading Patron Request: Museum Impressions, Abigail Adams Birthplace

Summer Memories, and How to Prepare for the Upcoming School Year

Added to Medium, August 24, 2018 Most of the summer for museum educators is dedicated to organizing the school programs for the upcoming school year. Since we also focus on practicing self-care, museum educators also focus their summers on spending time enjoying the summer vacation. With schools starting soon, a lot of our minds especially… Continue reading Summer Memories, and How to Prepare for the Upcoming School Year

Patron Request: History and Museums Interpreted Through Children’s Media

Added to Medium, August 10, 2018 On my Patreon page, patrons can ask me to write about varying topics to be posted and shared from my website. There have been a few posts I have written based on patron requests including one about the concept of history repeating itself, people’s experiences during the Great Depression,… Continue reading Patron Request: History and Museums Interpreted Through Children’s Media

Planning a Summer Program: My Experience Creating a Summer Camp Program

Added to Medium, August 2, 2018 On August 1st, I executed and implemented a test summer program for the Three Village Historical Society. I spent months with the rest of the Education Committee coming up with ideas for activities and coming up with a list of materials needed for the program. During those months, I… Continue reading Planning a Summer Program: My Experience Creating a Summer Camp Program