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  • Millenials in the Museum

    Many corporations across the United States are starting to target a millennial audience. Generally millennials are less prone to spend and have a

  • #Hashtag Revolution

    With many museum visitors now carrying smart devices everywhere they go, a museum visit now typically includes on-the-spot social media activity.

  • Built for Speed

    Archives aren’t exactly designed for speed. But as I read recently about the Smithsonian’s rapid capture process for the digitization of

  • Losing Control…on Purpose

    In “The Power of Social Media,” Tiffany Meng wrote about Delta’s foray into social media, and asked about similar viral experiences. To

  • The Power of Social Media

    I will never question the power of social media ever again. Recently, we had a Facebook notice go viral – what an experience! Here at the Delta

  • Corporate History at the 2014 Annual Meeting

    At the 2014 Annual Meeting, we had a great turnout for our corporate history tour, session, and luncheon! On Wednesday, we began the Meeting with a

  • Making your Museum or Archive Invaluable to Your Parent Organization

    When we planned our session sponsored by the Corporate History interest group last fall, we were deeply affected by the news of the Target archives

  • Attending AASLH for the first time? Here are some tips!

    Last year I attended AASLH for the first time in Birmingham, AL.  And I absolutely loved the experience – so much that I jumped at the chance to

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