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Roaming Indiana with Local History Services
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Looking back, and looking forward
What we learned at AASLH
Knowing your audience and adapting your work to fit their needs is key to meaningful engagement.
Sage words of advice for local history organizations, idiom style.
So you have a bicentennial project ... now spread the word! Get some tips and tricks for getting the word out.
Evaluation is important to determining how well you are doing what you do. Learning to be comfortable with the evaluation can make it a much easier and more rewarding process.
Hints from the Heritage Support Grants Team
Visual storytelling is a valuable tool at the hands of museums.
Sharing your organization’s story is key to convincing others that #ThisPlaceMatters
Resources outside of your field might be the most valuable when it comes to problem-solving.
Consider a time capsule project as a fun and easy way celebrate community history.
Conquering chaos one step at a time.
Editor's Note: We'll miss you, Stacy!
You might be seeing a new face around Indiana! Meet Kelsey, the latest addition to the LHS team.
Trying something new
Talking to your board about the importance of mission statements
Marianne talks about the Midwestern Roots conference and its focus on technology.
A new member of the team says hello.
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