Author Archives: mheintz

Remembering World War One: A Community Centered Approach to Commemoration

By Christine Pittsley Project Manager “Remembering World War One: Sharing History/Preserving Memories” Connecticut State Library As the centenary of America’s entry into World War One approaches, libraries and museums around the country are trying to figure out how to commemorate … Continue reading

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Quick Ideas for Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the ADA this July

Ed. Note: This blog was originally posted by the WI Libraries for Everyone blog. To view the original post, click here.  Guest post by Katherine Schneider, Ph.D., Senior Psychologist, Emerita at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. This July the nation will observe the … Continue reading

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Apply for a Mind in the Making Training Session on Executive Function Life Skills

By Ellen Galinsky President and Co-Founder of Families and Work Institute In libraries and museums, you share human adventures in seeking to understand ourselves and our world through the written word and exhibits. My work is an adventure too. It … Continue reading

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Let’s Move! Gardens are Buzzing with Pollinators

By Sarah Beck Program Manager, American Public Gardens Association Through the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge and Let’s Move! Museums & Gardens initiatives, public gardens move millions of individuals, kids, and families outdoors and make a connection between pollinators and the … Continue reading

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