Take Me Out to the (Old Timey) Ball Game

Full disclosure: I'm no sports fan. Not even close. But last year I discovered…


Sharing History with a Smartphone App

Visitors exploring the West Virginia Women’s Heritage Trail on Clio at Arts…


Same Skills, New Tech: Social Media Lessons from a 1967 AASLH Technical Leaflet

Image by Queens of Vintage At AASLH, we don't like to reinvent the wheel. We…


Brand History and Authenticity: The Archive at Carhartt

Still from Carhartt's historically themed advertisement. “Making good is merely…


Storify from #AASLHchat on Incorporating Pop Culture into Tours and Programming

Last week, AASLH hosted our very first #AASLHchat on Twitter. Our guest hosts,…


Engaging New Museum Audiences with Pokémon Go

As a follow-up to Alexandra Rasic’s blog last week, "Is There a Place for…


Is There a Place for Pokémon Go in History Museums?

Some very excited colleagues came into my office earlier this week: “Hey…we’re…


Community Members as Co-Creators at the Detroit Institute of Arts

It’s really exciting to have this opportunity to share how the Detroit…