Today’s Museum Minute post on volunteer engagement is brought to you by Guest Blogger, Carolyn Noe. Carolyn started volunteering in museums 11 years ago and edits The Volunteer Management Daily. She holds a BS in Interdisciplinary Social Science from Florida State University and an MA in Museum Studies from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She has worked with museum … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2012
#AskaCurator: Tweet Engagement
UPDATE: Today is the last day to sign up for Ask a Curator Day. To participate send an email to email@example.com. Is your institution participating in Ask a Curator Day? More importantly, do you know what Ask a Curator Day is? On Wednesday, September 19, 2012 (as in two days from now) curators from around the world will be … Continue reading
Daniel Day Lewis as Lincoln
Attention history nerds (and fans of Daniel Day Lewis)! Have you seen the full length trailer for the new Abraham Lincoln movie opening, November 16? If not, don’t worry. I’m taking care of you. Please note, I am a HUGE fan of historical films, however, I readily admit that they do not always reflect the … Continue reading
AAM: What’s in a Name?
If you visited www.aam-us.org last week you may have been surprised by the unannounced soft launch of the new website design. I received several texts and Facebook messages from colleagues regarding the silent update. My initial response was, “wow, the website looks much better” followed by, “what is that logo?” followed by, “is that a new name?” … Continue reading