November 14, 2015

Photos from History Camp Iowa at the State Historical Museum of Iowa on November 14, 2015

The first History Camp outside of New England took place on November 14, 2015 at the State Historical Museum of Iowa. With more sessions and attendees, and great coverage in the media (bottom of this page), this was the most successful History Camp yet. Learn more about History Camp and browse presentations from this and past History Camps (when posted) at HistoryCamp.org.  Sign up for updates on History Camp Iowa, including information on local events and the next History Camp Iowa in 2016. There you can also sign up to receive the new weekly "Guide to History Events in Iowa."

My presentation, "Marketing and communications tools for historical societies and other history organizations," is available above.

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November 13, 2015

Updated schedule for History Camp Iowa

Here's the latest schedule.  Hope to see you there—here are still some spots to left, so you can still register—and if you're a volunteer with or staff person at a history organization, such as a historical society or museum, I hope you'll attend my session at 11:15 am: "Marketing and communications tools for historical societies and other history organizations." Download the latest schedule from the History Camp site.

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November 5, 2015

New Weekly Email Guide Connects History Lovers to Rhode Island's Rich History, Historic Sites, And Events

Thanks to the Rhode Island Historical Society, the Newport Historical Society, and the folks at the other participating institutions who have helped launch our latest weekly guide, "Guide to History Events in Rhode Island," which was announced formally this morning in this press release.  Organizations interested in participating can learn more and sign up, and individuals can subscribe here.

 

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October 29, 2015

Latest History Camp Iowa Flier

History Camp Iowa is November 14 at the State Historical Museum in Des Moines, with 27 sessions covering a wide range of topics. And there's still time to register.  

Join us in helping to get the word out.  Download the flier, post it at your school or the local coffee shop or book store, link to it in social media posts, and send it to others.

 

 

 

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