Wednesday, July 31, 1 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern (login at 12:45 p.m.)
You’re invited to the next FREE event from the AASLH Small Museums Online Community and the Visitors’ Voices Affinity Group!
Join us online and learn:
- how to adapt a special event survey for your site in less than five minutes;
- how to train volunteers to interview visitors; and
- how to add questions to the basic survey template.
This webinar is designed for those who have rarely, if ever, conducted surveys with visitors at small museums and historic sites. By the end of the session, you’ll appreciate how this template gathers visitor feedback on many aspects of your organization.
Museum professionals who have used this template will be available to answer your questions: Anne Kennedy, past board member and volunteer of the Miami County Museum in Peru, Indiana and Matt Schuld, museum director of the Elkhart County Historical Society and Museum in Bristol, Indiana.
This Small Museum Online Community Event also features Conny Graft (Consultant, Conny Graft Research and Evaluation) and Stacy Klingler (Assistant Director, Local History Services, Indiana Historical Society). They are also co-authors of the Small Museum Toolkit chapter, “In Lieu of Mind Reading: Visitor Studies and Evaluation.”
Learning Times will host this online event. If you’ve never participated in a Learning Times Event/Webinar, please go to http://aaslhcommunity.org/tech-check/ right now to test your computer and make sure you can connect.
On Wednesday, July 31, about 15 minutes before the event starts, go to http://aaslhcommunity.org/office/ to attend. Just enter your name and city to participate.
Please note: participation is limited to 100 logins, so come early and chat with other folks while you’re waiting to guarantee your spot.
The event will be archived in the Small Museums Online Community and at the Visitors’ Voices webpage.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact Terry Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-320-3203.
You can learn more about the Visitors’ Voices and Small Museums affinity groups of AASLH, but you do not need to be a member of either to participate.