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Social Media for Museums: Get Inspired
Thursday, December 2, 2021 | 11:00am PT, 2:00pm ET

Presenters: Melissa Kiewiet, Director of Development and Community Engagement, Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, NY, and Emily Stone, Naturalist/Education Director, Cable Natural History Museum, WI


Description: Social media is the perfect platform to communicate the passion behind a museum’s mission and to tell stories in a way that can resonate with diverse audiences. Join the Module 9 intro session to hear from two museum professionals (representing truly small museums) who have learned to harness the power of social media.



Free, self-paced training resources for small museums

The Museum Learning Hub (MLH) is a nationwide initiative organized by the six U.S. regional museum associations and dedicated to providing free, self-paced training resources for small museums. 


Part of the Digital Empowerment for Small Museums Project, the Hub provides digital media and technology capacity-building programs and resources. The inaugural series of training and resource toolkits is funded by a National Leadership Grant for Museums award from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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