Usually I try to write up my conference experience a few days after the conference, but this year I returned to a heavy workload and teething newborn. But now, I'm finding myself returning to my notes with a different perspective- not the fresh off the conference high where I feel like I can move digital … Continue reading Reflecting back on Museums and the Web 2019
Every year, I take some time to think about what I've accomplished and what I'd like to accomplish in the next year. Focus More on Instagram Stories Even with my personal social media, I tend to be the type that takes the photo and then shares it hours or even days later when I've had … Continue reading My 2019 Museum Digital Engagement Resolutions
In February 2016, I was in the Denver Airport enjoying a complimentary glass of sparkling wine at the United Club bar (yay for credit cards that give you free passes). I had just finished a three day interview with a university for a tenure-track position in Anthropology. It was the type of position I had … Continue reading My Interview on Beyond the Prof
Last week, I had the pleasure of attending TBEX North America 2018. TBEX is an international conference and networking event for travel bloggers, online travel journalists, new media content creators, travel brands and industry professionals. Want to learn my top takeaways from this conference? Check them out now on Medium!
Last week was the 2018 Museums and the Web Conference, held this year in lovely Vancouver, Canada. Since this was my second year, I was a lot more prepared for what to expect and how to navigate it. I also got a lot more involved by volunteering, chairing a session, presenting a workshop, and participating … Continue reading My Top Takeaways from #MW18, Now on Medium
This morning I attended my first ever PRSA Coffee and Conversation. I usually don't think of myself as a PR person, usually I see myself as more in the digital humanities realm than anything else, but the topic was one that I've been increasingly interested in and think is important for museums: turning your employees … Continue reading Turning Employees to Brand Ambassadors
In October, Nina Simon wrote a post on Museum 2.0 about creating a vision for yourself in your job, specifically looking at how this exercise could help her and her employees clarify their thinking for the future and empower them. She wrote that “A vision is not a solution to a problem. A vision is … Continue reading My Vision for 2018