My Top 5 Favorite Online Museum Platforms

This week I’m preparing for another Varsity Tutors Large format course, on Monday, February 22, at 7pm EST/ 5pm MST: “Making Your Family’s Museum Visit Magical.” In this 2nd of 2 presentations I’ll virtually visit three museums and utilize their online platforms to demonstrate some tools and activities to make museum going fun for theContinue reading “My Top 5 Favorite Online Museum Platforms”

Looking back to look forward

In the next few months I’ll be expanding my content creation for Mondays @ the Museums to provide new live and recorded videos on a number of topics related to museums and the world of informal education. While putting together my budget projections for the upcoming calendar year, I had to ask myself “why” again.Continue reading “Looking back to look forward”

Reflecting towards the New Year: 2020 is almost over (Huzzah!)

Mondays @ the Museum has made it 5 months from inception and 4 months from incorporation!  When I first started Mondays @ the Museum, it was in response to a need for supplemental income and a realization that I had a unique (and possibly profitable)  skill set that others might actually benefit from. My skillContinue reading “Reflecting towards the New Year: 2020 is almost over (Huzzah!)”

What is Mondays @ the Museum “selling?”

Recently I was introduced to a marketing professional who specializes in developing LMS or Learning Management Systems. For those that are unfamiliar with the term (as I was), “A learning management system is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, automation and delivery of educational courses, training programs, or learning and development programs.Continue reading “What is Mondays @ the Museum “selling?””

STEM @ the Museum: Educational Video

It’s alive!! STEM @ the Museum is the next iteration of the Mondays @ the Museum product development experiment. Similar to Frankenstein’s monster, this video takes and modifies parts from Session 4 of the Tour the Met course: “STEM at the Museum.” Hopefully, different from that poor monster, these re-used clips and re-written script andContinue reading “STEM @ the Museum: Educational Video”