“What I’m Looking for in a Museum Visit”: The Seasoned Museum-Goer
Sometimes, people who start out as our visitors become something more: volunteers, collaborators, contractors, the list goes on and on. In 1999, Ken
Interpretation at Catered Events
Catered events have become an increasingly important part of the business operations of many museums in recent years. In 2013, The Henry Ford began
National History Day: Leadership and Legacy in History
In June, I had the opportunity to work with National History Day staff at the National Contest in College Park, MD to facilitate a teacher
Chime In: Museum Education in History Museums
The Educators and Interpreters Committee occasionally receives questions from the field at large that we feel should go out to a bigger pool
2015 AASLH Re-Cap: Criteria for Assessing Program Ideas
At the 2015 AASLH Annual Meeting, the Educators and Interpreters Committee hosted a session about large-scale events. We talked about the friction
Visitor Feedback Stations
Revisiting some great readings from earlier this year, I came across a nice post from colleague Linda Norris on her experience with the feedback
Join us at the 2015 Annual Meeting in Louisville!
Are you attending #AASLH2015 in Louisville? If yes, please join the Educators and Interpreters Affinity Group at one or more of the following events!
Evaluation in Education Practice
The newest Journal of Museum Education, Empowering Educators to Evaluate is a great guide to starting out small and growing evaluation to create