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What Makes for A Good Session Proposal?

A group of emerging professionals have pulled together a web chat series of “Visitor Studies 101.” The inaugural discussion was “What makes for a good session proposal?” Myself, along with several colleagues, shared our thoughts on experiences both submitting and reviewing proposals.

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OMA Recap: Making Evaluation (Mostly) Painless

At the Oregon Museum Association Conference in Hood River, OR in early September I had the opportunity to do a bit of capacity building among peers via a session called “Data-Driven Decision Making: Making Evaluation (Mostly) Painless.” This post recaps all the collaborative learning happening as attendees learned strategies to activate the data they already have.

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Exhibit Review: Street Seats

Street Seats is an installation with a simple goal: inviting local and international designers to reimagine the public bench. This past weekend a friend and I put on our walking shoes to explore places to rest our feet. This review highlights seats we loved and a little of what we didn’t.

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