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  • Produced by AASLH's Public History Research Lab, this report assesses changes in in-person visitation from 2019 to 2020. It also describes the impact of COVID-19 on history organizations.

    Produced by AASLH's Public History Research Lab, this report assesses changes in in-person visitation from 2019 to 2020. It also describes the impact of COVID-19 on history organizations.

    Cancellation/Refunds for onsite workshops must be submitted in writing via email to learn@aaslh.org or mail to 2021 21st Ave S., Suite 320 Nashville, TN 37212. Cancellations made prior to the early-bird registration deadline date will receive a full refund. Cancellations made between the early-bird deadline date and eight days prior to the workshop will be subject to a $55 processing/materials charge. No refunds will be given within seven days of the workshop date. AASLH is not responsible for cancellations that were mailed or emailed but never received.

    Cancellations/Refunds for online professional development (webinars and online courses) must be submitted in writing via email to learn@aaslh.org or mail to 2021 21st Ave S., Suite 320 Nashville, TN 37212. Cancellations made prior to the start date for the online course or the day of the webinar will be given a full refund. No refund will be given after the start date for the online course or on/after the day of the webinar. Registrants may transfer their registration to another person. Registrations cannot be transferred between courses or course sessions. AASLH is not responsible for cancellations that were mailed or emailed but never received.

    If you have any questions, please contact AASLH Professional Development staff at learn@aaslh.org or 615-320-3203.

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  • ​The latest update on AASLH's 250th planning.

    The latest update on AASLH's 250th planning.

    If you have any questions, please contact AASLH Professional Development staff at 615-320-3203 or learn@aaslh.org.   

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  • ​The latest update on AASLH's 250th planning.

    The latest update on AASLH's 250th planning.

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  • ​The latest update on AASLH's 250th planning.

    The latest update on AASLH's 250th planning.

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  • REVISED 2018

    Overview

    AASLH Statement of Standards and Ethics

    The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) is a membership organization comprised of individuals, agencies, and organizations acting in the public trust, engaged in the practice of history, and representing many disciplines and professions. AASLH expects its members, employees, and elected officials to abide by the ethical and performance standards adopted by all appropriate discipline-based and professional organizations. The association and its members are to comply with all laws, regulations, and applicable international conventions. The association and its members are expected to take affirmative steps to maintain their integrity so as to warrant public confidence. The ethical statements and related professional standards in this statement are provided for the guidance of all AASLH members and those in the field of history organizations. 

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    REVISED DATE: 2018

    COST: FREE

    ACCESS: After registering, please visit your Dashboard to view or download.

    How to Register

    Click here for instructions on how to register yourself or another user for this product.

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  • This course explains the basics of accessibility for historic sites and organizations and provides opportunities for learning how to implement best practices at your own site, from the legal requirements to moral obligations. The course explains strategies for accessibility for physical, hearing, sight, and a variety of “invisible” disabilities. By the end of this course participants should be able to identify and begin to address accessibility challenges at their own site.

    Course Description

    This course explains the basics of accessibility for historic sites and organizations and provides opportunities for learning how to implement best practices at your own site, from the legal requirements to moral obligations. The course explains strategies for accessibility for physical, hearing, sight, and a variety of “invisible” disabilities. By the end of this course participants should be able to identify and begin to address accessibility challenges at their own site.

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    COST: $65 AASLH Members / $90 Nonmembers 

    FORMAT: Online self-paced, broken into sections expected to be done over 5 weeks approximately 5-7 hours of work per week

    LEARNING OUTCOMES:

    • Identify and define the basics of access for historic sites and organizations
    • Explain the importance of accessibility and awareness at historic sites and organizations
    • Begin to implement accessibility and universal design best practices at your site

    Katie Stringer Clary

    Coastal Carolina University

    Katie Stringer Clary, Ph.D., currently teaches history and public history at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, S.C. Since 2007, Clary has worked with museums in various capacities from docent to executive director. She is currently spending quarantine teaching Public History and Egyptian history frantically online, eating cake, and spending time with pets. 

    If you have any questions, please contact AASLH Professional Development staff at learn@aaslh.org or 615-320-3203.

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  • For the first time in history, there are multiple generational cohorts in the workforce, and the cultural climate in the workplace has shifted. This course is designed to assist leaders in bringing awareness to cultural differences and backgrounds and train staff on how to celebrate them and work together. In this course, we will discuss what DEI is and to effectively drive it as a culture within your organization.

    Course Description

    For the first time in history, there are multiple generational cohorts in the workforce, and the cultural climate in the workplace has shifted. This course is designed to assist leaders in bringing awareness to cultural differences and backgrounds and train staff on how to celebrate them and work together. In this course, we will discuss what DEI is and to effectively drive it as a culture within your organization.

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    COST: $65 AASLH Members / $90 Nonmembers 

    FORMAT: Online self-paced, broken into sections expected to be done over 6 weeks approximately 5-7 hours of work per week

    LEARNING OUTCOMES:

    • Define diversity, equity, and inclusion
    • Identify microaggressions and implicit bias
    • Develop as an authentic leader with a knowledge base of DEI 
    • Resolve and mediate conflict in a respectful and healthy manner

    Kellie C. Martin

    MPS, BA Instructor

    Kellie C. Martin is a Chicagoland Area native and is the mother of a soon-to-be 15-year-old global philanthropist. Kellie has earned a Bachelors in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Marketing Management, a Masters in Organizational Leadership coupled with certificates in Business Acumen and Performance Coaching from Lipscomb University, and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Business Administration from Trevecca Nazarene University. Additionally, she has obtained a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Workplace certificate from the University of South Florida Muma School of Business. She is currently the Director of Special Projects for a charter school network, serving over 3300 Black and Brown scholars in two states.

    Kellie has a passion for personal and professional development and growth and is a conduit for change within corporate settings. She is the visionary for The Think Tank, where she partnered with the athletic department at Fisk University to act as a thought partner with student-athletes to journey with them in developing methodologies for transitional thinking from adolescent thought processes into managed adult thinking.

    As an advocate for Black women and girls and mental health awareness and support, Kellie is also a member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Metropolitan Nashville Chapter and the Meharry Medical College Mental Health Advisory Board. Her mission is to assist in providing resources, educational tools, and support for those who desire to become their best selves personally and professionally. As well as help business education students increase the value of their degrees by promoting networking, career path development, and a realistic perspective of the American workforce.

    If you have any questions, please contact AASLH Professional Development staff at learn@aaslh.org or 615-320-3203.

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  • Are you a history or museum professional who is interested in learning Indigenous history, but hasn’t taken the time to do it yet? In this course you will be given a basic introduction to Indigenous history from a basic vocabulary to contemporary issues today.

    Course Description

    Are you a history or museum professional who is interested in learning Indigenous history, but hasn’t taken the time to do it yet?  In this course you will be given a basic introduction to Indigenous history from a basic vocabulary to contemporary issues today.

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    COST: $65 AASLH Members / $90 Nonmembers 

    FORMAT: Online self-paced, broken into sections expected to be done over 5 weeks approximately 5-7 hours of work per week

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    LEARNING OUTCOMES:

    • Have a basic understanding of some vocabulary to use when referring to Indigenous history
    • Have a basic understanding of Indigenous history
    • Be able to cite resources to use for further information

    Heather Bruegl

    HeatherBruegl is a citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and first-line descendentStockbridge Munsee. She is a graduate of Madonna University in Michigan andholds a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in U.S. History. Her researchcomprises numerous topics related to American history, legacies ofcolonization, and Indigeneity, including the Dakota War of 1812, the history ofAmerican Boarding Schools, and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (#MMIW).Heather has presented her work at academic institutions including theUniversity of Michigan, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the College of theMenominee Nation, as well as at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh forIndigenous Peoples Day 2017. 

    Heatherconsults for a variety of museums and universities and is a frequent lecturerat conferences on topics ranging from intergenerational racism and trauma tothe fight for clean water in the Native community. She has been invited toshare her research on Native American history, including policy and activism,equity in museums, and land back initiatives for such institutions as the Tateand the Brooklyn Public Library. Heather opened and spoke at the Women’s MarchAnniversary in Lansing, Michigan, in January 2018, and at the first everIndigenous Peoples March in Washington, DC, in January 2019. In 2019, 2020, and2021, Heather spoke at the Crazy Horse Memorial and Museum in Custer, SouthDakota, for its Talking Circle Series.

    Heatheris the former Director of Education of Forge Project, a decolonial art andeducation initiative on the unceded homelands of the Muh-he-con-ne-ok inUpstate New York, where she organized public programming and events andled the Forge Project Fellowship program. Now, Heather is a public historian,activist, and independent consultant who works with institutions andorganizations for Indigenous sovereignty and collective liberation.

    If you have any questions, please contact AASLH Professional Development staff at learn@aaslh.org or 615-320-3203.

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  • History News 2022 Volume 77, #1. History News is the official magazine of AASLH. Each quarterly issue includes featured articles, regular columns, and a Technical Leaflet.

    History News 2022 Volume 77, #1

    Table of Contents: History in Progress by Avi Decter, Carl Siracusa, and Ken Yellis; The Whole is Greater by James Banner Jr.; Teaching Buried History: Connecting Teachers and Cemeteries by Jeffrey Smith; Museum Collecting in the Age of Black Lives Matter by Charles E. Bethea; Centering Untapped Communities in Your Volunteer Strategy by Emily Dobish and Maria Islas-Lopez; For the Love of Lighthouses by Sara Anne Hook and Peter Manting; Award Winner Spotlight: Cache Celebration of Women's Suffrage; Doing History with Moonshot Museum; Technical Leaflet #297: The Resilient Museum: Strategies to Address Challenging Realities.

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  • History News 2022 Volume 77, #2. History News is the official magazine of AASLH. Each quarterly issue includes featured articles, regular columns, and a Technical Leaflet.

    History News 2022 Volume 77, #2

    Table of Contents: History in Progress by Avi Decter and Ken Yellis; Conservation Goes Digital: Restoring the 1812 Providence Theatre Drop Scene by Francis Frost; Preserving Affordable Housing in Savannah by Susan Adler; Bringing Collections into Classrooms with Museums for Digital Learning by Sara Myers, Laura Bradley, Lileas Maier, and Melissa de Bie; The 2021 AASLH Membership Survey by John Dichtl; Award Winner Spotlight: Digging Into History: WWI Trench Restoration in Seicheprey, France; Doing History with the History in Our Parks Affinity Community; Technical Leaflet #298: Researching a Rebrand for Your History Organization by Jane Mitchell Eliasof. 

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