Recorded Webinars

Recorded Webinars are recordings of AASLH Live Webinars, online presentations and discussions typically lasting 60 to 90 minutes. Looking for a specific topic? Explore our recorded webinars by category or keyword below, or use the Advanced Search on the right side of your screen.

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Recorded Webinar: Rebranding Your History Organization
JUL. 28, 2022 | 3 - 4 PM ET | Rebranding Your History Organization is an AASLH webinar.
Recorded Webinar: Reframing Advocacy
RECORDED ON JUL. 14, 2022| Reframing Advocacy is an AASLH webinar. This webinar will assist professionals and volunteers at history organizations of all types and sizes to strengthen the impact of their advocacy efforts and more effectively explain the purpose and value of history. Drawing on evidence from AASLH’s Reframing History initiative, this webinar will provide history practitioners with practical takeaways about how to craft advocacy messages that will resonate with their intended audiences.
Recorded Webinar: Reframing Fundraising
RECORDED ON JUN. 29, 2022 | Reframing Fundraising is an AASLH webinar. This webinar will assist professionals and volunteers at history organizations of all types and sizes to craft more compelling and more effective fundraising messaging. Drawing on evidence from AASLH’s Reframing History initiative, this webinar will provide history practitioners with practical takeaways about how to craft fundraising messages that will resonate with their intended audiences.
Recorded Webinar: Intro to Tropy: Managing Archival Research Photos and Building Digital Collections
RECORDED ON JUN. 8, 2022 | Intro to Tropy: Managing Archival Research Photos and Building Digital Collections is an AASLH webinar. In this webinar, we will show you how to get started using Tropy to organize, label, and describe digital photos of archival material.
Recorded Webinar: Creating an Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Plan
RECORDED ON: MAY 26, 2022| Creating an Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Plan is an AASLH webinar sponsored by Solutions Metrix. Does your organization have a written Emergency and Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Plan to help assess and manage risk, protect human life, and recover from natural and man-made disasters? In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of having such a plan, the basics of creating one, and what to do with it once it is created.
Recorded Webinar: Recruiting Teachers with Cemetery Programming
RECORDED ON APR. 27, 2022 | This webinar will introduce history organizations to "Teaching Buried History," a free program in which staff can recruit teachers to use local cemeteries and records to teach social studies, English, and STEM.
Recorded Session: Can Organizations Center Untapped Communities in Their Volunteer Strategy?
RECORDED ON OCT. 11, 2021 |Can Organizations Center Untapped Communities in Their Volunteer Strategy?
Recorded Webinar: How to Manage a Digitization Project
RECORDED ON: APR. 21, 2022 | How to Manage a Digitization Project is an AASLH webinar. Learn the basics of digitization management through understanding how to prepare your materials for digitization, project workflows, and digitization best practices.
Recorded Webinar: Strengthening Museums: Findings from the IMLS Report: Market Analysis and Opportunity Assessment of Museum Capacity Building Programs
RECORDED DEC. 1, 2021 | Organizational strengthening within the museum sector is more important than ever. Museum’s must build the capacities needed to continually evolve, operate efficiently, and serve their communities. Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and nation-wide racial reckoning, museums urgently need to strengthen their abilities to adapt to changes in their environment (adaptive capacity), work in relation to others (relational capacity), and address audience responsiveness. Presenters from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and Partners for Public Good (PPG) will discuss the findings from their recent Market Analysis and Opportunity Assessment of Museum Capacity Building Programs report.