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…


Should We Create the Same Digital Archives for Different Audiences?

As a part-time history Ph.D. student embarking on my dissertation (while…


So Many Terms in So Many Fields: Where to put your terms in PastPerfect 5

If you are using PastPerfect 5 to catalog your museum collections, you might be…


Stop the Drive-Bys: A Teacher Makes the Case for Local Historical Markers

As is no doubt the case at your institution, we could not be nearly as…


Tagging YSL + Halston: What Museums Can Learn from Hashtags

In the spring of 2014, I responded to a call for book proposals for the AASLH…


AASLH Annual Meeting Session Recordings Now Available on iTunes and Soundcloud

Did you know that session and speaker recordings from past Annual Meetings back…


A Prototype of the Colorado Encyclopedia is Now Online

Colorado Humanities, in collaboration with Colorado State University Libraries,…


Historical Markers as an Arts Project?

When I took a call from Dr. Holly Goldstein, a local art history professor at…