Monthly Archives: July 2013

Catalysts for Change: Museums and Library Partnerships in the 21st Century

Ed Note: This is a cross post from the blog of whitehouse.gov. You can find the original post here. Elizabeth Babcock is being honored as a White House Champion of Change for her leadership and commitment to libraries and museums around the United … Continue reading

Posted in Champions of Change, Learning Tools and Interactives (Information/Media literacy), STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) | 1 Comment

Kicking Off the 2013 Let’s Read! Let’s Move! Summer Series

By Kelsey Donohue Office of Communication and Outreach, U.S. Department of Education. Ed Note: This is a cross post from the blog of letsmove.gov. You can find the full original post here. “To make your dreams come true, it takes … Continue reading

Posted in Afterschool/Out-of-School, Education Support, Health, Let's Move! Museums & Gardens | 3 Comments

AAHC Forum: Convening 101 – Fostering a Community of Practice

By Mark Isaksen Senior Program Officer, IMLS One of the most exciting and meaningful things that I do as a program officer is meeting with grantees and learning about the amazing work they are doing at their museums. While working … Continue reading

Posted in African American History and Culture Forum Series, Cultural Heritage/Sustainability, Museum Grants for African American History and Culture, Workforce Development/Job Assistance | Comments Off

AAHC Forum: So I’ve Got this Thing…Resources for Collections Care

By Tracey J. Berg-Fulton Registrar, August Wilson Center for African American Culture At the recent IMLS AAHC convening, there were a few recurring themes: We love what we do, and who we do it for. There aren’t enough hours in the day, … Continue reading

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