The NEH has announced the award of a Cooperative Agreement to Dartmouth College and University of Maryland for a May 2015 event entitled ‘Engaging the Public: Best Practices for Crowdsourcing Across the Disciplines.'” The workshop will investigate how crowdsourcing works as an effective means for generating knowledge and connecting the public with cultural heritage resources.
One of my earlier blogs discussed the challenges of funding regarding environmental protection and historic preservation. At a time when […]
My last post focused on the strong connection between outdoor recreation and education in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. […]
As the economic downturn continues, many mid-Atlantic cultural organizations have moved from short-term responses to long-term financial concerns. In the […]
Last month I pondered the inequity between the support art organizations receive as compared to public history ones. I hope […]