2014 AASLH Online Conference

September 18-19

Held every year in conjunction with the Annual Meeting, the AASLH Online Conference provides an opportunity for you, your colleagues, and volunteers to attend the annual meeting virtually.

Each session is broadcast live from the Annual Meeting. All presentations have been reworked for a live audience. See slides, ask questions, and interact online with presenters and the virtual audience in these live broadcasts from the Annual Meeting.

Take home real ideas and solutions to help you Do Good History! Registration closes September 17.

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2014 Online Conference Sessions:

Many Small Surveys, One Big Impact – Using examples from collaboration among fifteen Minnesota Historical Society sites, panelists explore evaluation challenges, provide do-it-yourself tools, and discuss how to use results effectively.

Telling a Whole History: Methods of Interpreting Domestic Servants in Historic House Museums – Discuss methods and strategies for revitalizing interpretation in historic house museums to include the voices of domestic servants.

Museum Management Tune Up – In this session, you’ll evaluate your own skills in the following areas: employee assessment and review, communication, time management, and work relationships.

Your Most Valuable Partnership: Engaging Your Board to Ensure Success and Sustainability – Join colleagues from around the country to identify strategies you can use right away to ensure your board is engaged and effective.

Field Services Alliance Presents Navigating Legal Landmines in Museums and Archives – This session addresses legal concerns surrounding oral history, collections, and digital copyright to help increase your legal literacy in recognizing and understanding the various concerns organizations face in these areas.

Support Young Children, Grow Future Audiences – This session considers the impact building relationships with young children and their families will have on the future of your institution.

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