3:15pm–4:30pm, Concurrent Sessions

Every organization wants to turn prospects into donors and keep their current donors giving. So, where to begin? At the core of many successful fundraising programs is a moves management system to move donors to higher levels. It doesn't have to be complicated or require an expensive database, but rather it is a thoughtful and strategic plan to help build stronger relationships and greater giving...
Field-wide education standards such as Common Core, NGSS, and other art and science state-based standards have institution-wide implications for institutions. There are a number of ways that museums are integrating standards into specific education programs, but it is important to explore the larger ramifications and opportunities for education-museum alignment. This session includes examples of...
In an era of advanced technology, where image sharing is just a click away, does a museum have the right to reproduce any image for educational purposes? What are the possible copyright issues that arise from allowing guests to photograph artifacts within the gallery space? From membership managers to registrars, all museum workers need to be informed of proper copyright practices to maintain the...
Why is it so important for people to see themselves reflected and properly represented in an institution? Learn what representation is and why it should matter to you and your museum. Listen to women of color in positions of authority discuss how their experiences influence their leadership and actively promote representation. Come away with ideas and resources that allow you to begin your own...
Having a web presence websites and social media has become a necessity for museums. Likewise, it is just as important to ensure that those efforts are effective and correlate to both vision and mission. However, is your museum's online presence strategic? Analyzing web metrics and behaviors can and should inform not only online plans but also marketing, tours, membership, and community...
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