Free Webinars for Museums

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AASLH is offering three FREE Webinars with funding generously provided by an IMLS 21st Century Museum Professionals Grant. 

 Telling a Good Story November 17, 2011 Time: 2-3:15 pm Eastern A good guided tour is a good story, told well, says guest speaker Linda Norris. Join us to explore telling stories to create more meaningful tours and to connect with visitors who arrive at your site with many different interests.

Creating Historic House Interpretive Plans that Connect December 8, 2011 Time: 2-3:15 pm Eastern Interpretive plans that connect with your visitors and their lives are the keystone for a positive visitor experience. Guest speaker Nancy Bryk will show participants how research is an integral part of the interpretive planning process.

Redefining Audiences January 27, 2012 Time: 2-3:15 pm Eastern Who are our current audiences and how can we engage new ones? Looking at the most recent U.S. Census, Susie Wilkening will discuss demographic change and the valuable ways in which history organizations can use census data.

All three webinars are FREE to AASLH members and nonmembers. Plus, webinar topics and materials are supported by standards and recommendations from the StEPs program. StEPs is the only national standards program designed specifically for history organizations. StEPs enrollment is easy – no application, no eligibility requirements, and no deadline for completion! Pre-registration is necessary. Visit the StEPs Webinar webpage for more information.

To register click http://www.aaslh.org/Webinars.htm.

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