Conversation- Key Education Issues

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In case any of you are interested in going to the American Alliance of Museums Conference in Washington in May:

Greetings,

Please consider this opportunity if you are from a museum or forward to your local museum contacts who might be attending the American Alliance of Museums conference.

Invitation – Conversation on Continuing Education/Professional Development at AAM

A focus group on Continuing Education/Professional Development needs across the Museum, Library, and Archives communities will be held at the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) conference on Thursday, May 26, 4-5:30 pm at the Marriott Marquis Hotel, 901 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, DC (room TBA).

The focus group, sponsored by the Coalition to Advance Learning in Archives, Libraries, and Museums, http://coalitiontoadvancelearning.org/ will discuss key education issues for museums, libraries, and other types of cultural heritage institutions. It is intended to be a small group – facilitating discussion among museum professionals in the field about their educational needs. The findings will inform the Coalition’s work to gather information about the needs across these communities.

For more information, or to register, please send your contact information, including name/organization/phone/e-mail to Laurie Gemmill Arp at laurie.arp@lyrasis.org, by 5 pm Eastern on Friday, May 6th.

Please note, space is limited to 20 participants so please register early to ensure your attendance. Those received after the maximum will be added to a waitlist.

Annie Peterson

Preservation Services Librarian

annie.peterson@lyrasis.org

678.235.2923

peterson.annie Skype

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