Category Archives: Museums for America

IMLS on YouTube: National Aquarium Teaches with Watershed Moments

Please watch this video on the IMLS YouTube Channel. It features staff members of the National Aquarium in Baltimore describing “Watershed Moments,” a staff-led interactive program for presentation in its 250-seat auditorium. Funded by an IMLS Museums for America grant, … Continue reading

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IMLS on YouTube: Chicago Botanic Garden Gives Students Valuable Job Skills

IMLS now has its own YouTube Channel! From time to time we will use this space to draw your attention to a  video on our channel that provides an example of what’s working in museums and libraries. First up is … Continue reading

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A Place, A People, and A Time: Preserving Native American Heritage

By Therese Chung Project Manager/Cataloguer, San Diego History Center Museum staff and tribal members collaborate for understanding and sharing of the region’s Native American history and culture. In July 2010, the San Diego History Center was awarded a $133,829 Museums for … Continue reading

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