Focusing On Guests with Special Needs: Examples and Insights from The Henry Ford
In recent years, there has been a growing trend among museums to place more attention on audiences with special needs. This has increasingly involved
Should We Create the Same Digital Archives for Different Audiences?
As a part-time history Ph.D. student embarking on my dissertation (while working full-time at Ford’s Theatre—indeed, I don’t sleep much), few
To All the Job Seekers Out There…A Little Advice
To All the Job Seekers Out There I know there is a lot of advice on the World Wide Web about job seeking, but I wanted to put in my two-cents as
Stop the Drive-Bys: A Teacher Makes the Case for Local Historical Markers
As is no doubt the case at your institution, we could not be nearly as effective in our mission to teach Georgia history if it were not for the
How Do You Work Before Your Work: Office Space and Museum Tour Prep
My office was recently found itself in a discussion about office layouts for an organization. Specifically the old debate over an open plan office
Cracking the Nut to Reach Large Urban School Districts
As outreach educators in the museum world, many of us dream of taking our programs to large urban school districts in our regions but often have
“What’d I Miss?” Historians, Hamilton, and Fanfic
If you’re like me, your personal Facebook wall is pretty much exclusively re-posts of Hamilton-related news, videos (Did you see the “Hamilton
Historical Markers as an Arts Project?
When I took a call from Dr. Holly Goldstein, a local art history professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in the fall of 2013, I