Infographic: A Brief History Of Charitable Giving
FEBRUARY 20, 2015
The post Infographic: A Brief History Of Charitable Giving appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. Americans alone in 2014 gave an estimated $335 […]. General donation donations donors fundraising infographic nonprofit nonprofit technology nonprofits npTech
The History of Social Media [Infographic]
NOVEMBER 16, 2012
Goodbye Consulting, Hello Museum of Art & History!
APRIL 14, 2011
As of May 2, I will be the executive director of the Museum of Art & History at McPherson Center in Santa Cruz, CA (here's the press release ).
[Cool Infographic Friday] The History of the Hashtag
MAY 1, 2015
by mainstreethost. ———– ( photo credit ). Potluck
[Cool Infographic Friday] The History of Social Collaboration
SEPTEMBER 13, 2013
Social technology has become such a natural habit for most people. If you’re not on Facebook, then Twitter is your first port of call. Potluck
A Short, Recent History of Nonprofit Website Design and Online Fundraising
Nonprofit Tech for Good
MARCH 18, 2013
World Wildlife Fund Website :: March 15, 2008. View: worldwildlifefund.org Archive 3/15/08. World Wildlife Fund :: March 15, 2010.
Guest Post: Using Visitor Participation to Improve Object Labels at the San Diego Natural History Museum
MARCH 29, 2011
I hope you are as inspired as I am by this project! Our problem is this. We have 2500 square feet of exhibit space destined to become a “core” (i.e.,
Blueprint Book Club Part 1: How Do You Create a Future-Thinking History Museum?
MAY 22, 2012
Imagine you've just been tasked with developing an innovative, future-thinking national museum for your country's history. Immersive design.
A Brief History of Nonprofit Technology Leadership, And a Call to Action for New Circuit Riders
JUNE 3, 2013
Peter Campbell. Chief Information Officer. Legal Services Organization. When someone asked me, "What is the role of circuit riders today?" " I didn't have an immediate answer. But the question stuck with me, and I have an idea that I want to share, appropriately, with the NTEN community. I didn''t have an immediate answer.
Keeping the Rich History of Virginia Preserved and Secure
Tech Soup Blog
JULY 13, 2015
The museum and library preserves the rich history of the Northern Neck through its collections, exhibits, tours, and educational programs.
[Cool Infographic Friday] A Brief History of Caps Lock
NOVEMBER 1, 2013
This one is quite possibly my favorite so far. Potluck
Welcome to Pine Point: A Multimedia Exploration of Nostalgia, History, and What it Means to be Human
MARCH 14, 2011
It is, in short, the best multimedia history project I've ever seen, and I wish more museums were pursuing projects like it.
Blueprint Book Club Part 2: Museums as Battlefields in the History Wars
MAY 30, 2012
The NMA was accused of presenting a “black armband” view of Australia’s history (i.e., It’s a far more complex picture to present.
Growing Bigger, Staying Collaborative - 5 Tools for Building Non-Bureaucratic Organizations
DECEMBER 19, 2016
institutional change Museum of Art and History Technology Tools Worth Checking OutOne of my organization's core values is radical collaboration.
Year Five as a Museum Director: Good to Grow
MAY 6, 2016
Five years ago, I left the consulting world to take the helm at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH) at a time of crisis and change.
Infographic: The Brief History Of Caps Lock
SEPTEMBER 1, 2014
The post Infographic: The Brief History Of Caps Lock appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. Happy Labor Day!
Let's Be Bridge-Builders
NOVEMBER 29, 2016
Rather than operating in a bubble of “art people” or “history people,” we strive to connect ALL people in our county. Learning together. School.
The Future (and a Little History) of Network Neutrality
OCTOBER 7, 2010
Steve MacLaughlin, Director of Internet Solutions, Blackbaud. Have you been following the Net Neutrality debate? You should. It might dramatically impact your nonprofit. There's little doubt that most of us who use the Internet every day have at least heard about Net Neutrality. Right now they can legally restrict or slow your Internet connection.
Crossing the Professional-Amateur Line
MARCH 11, 2015
design exhibition institutional change Museum of Art and History Think back to the last time you crossed a line. Did you feel brave? Deviant?
Meditations on Relevance Part 5: Relevance is a Bridge
SEPTEMBER 2, 2015
Grown men fighting for seats at lectures about the history of the boards. exhibition Museum of Art and History relevanceIt is a bridge.
Memo from the Revolution: Six Things I've Learned from our Institutional Transformation
JUNE 12, 2013
Over the past two years, the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History has undergone a significant transformation of program, audience, and resources.
QR Codes and Visitor Motivation: Tell Them What They'll Get with that Shiny Gadget
AUGUST 2, 2011
We just opened new exhibitions at The Museum of Art & History , including one on woodworking that includes QR codes. There's a code.
Introducing Abbott Square: A Multi-Part Series on the MAH's Expansion into Creative Public Space
MARCH 6, 2017
My organization, the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH), is in the home stretch of a major expansion project. No new classrooms.
Inside a Museum Website Redesign
NOVEMBER 16, 2011
When I started at The Museum of Art & History (MAH) in May, one of my priorities was redesigning our website. Thank you, Marty. And so on.
How Do You Document Your Creative Process?
MARCH 7, 2012
Museum of Art and History Technology Tools Worth Checking Out programs web2.0Recently, my colleagues have gone wild for Pinterest.
MAH Theory of Change, Part 2: A Multimedia Walkthrough for Your Feedback
APRIL 1, 2015
Last week, Ian David Moss and I both blogged about the process of developing a theory of change for the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History. At the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, one way we''re answering these questions is with a theory of change. Museum of Art and History social bridging Here''s my post , and his.
Yes, Audience Participation Can Have Significant Value
JANUARY 11, 2012
Museum of Art and History institutional change participatory museum fundraising business modelsbut I didn't have numbers to back it up.
Participation, Contemplation, and the Complexity of "And"
NOVEMBER 5, 2013
Our museum''s vision statement begins with the phrase, "The Museum of Art & History is a thriving central gathering place.". Messaging.
A Community-Driven Approach to Program Design
MARCH 28, 2012
At the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH), we've started experimenting with a "community first" approach to program development.
How to Use Your Play History to Find Your New Year's Dreams
Have Fun - Do Good
JANUARY 4, 2011
I decided to use my play history as a guideline for my dreams for 2011. It's a pretty simple process.
The History of Social Networking | Fast Company
JANUARY 25, 2011
The History of Social Networking | Fast Company: "n case you hadn't heard, social networking is big. As with everything, social networking has a history Sites like Facebook and Twitter dominate the tech news sites with every move they make getting attention. How much are they worth? Who's using them now? What changes are coming?
Fifteen Random Things I've Learned about Design for Participation This Year
DECEMBER 28, 2011
We've been offering a host of participatory and interactive experiences at the Museum of Art & History this season. They will be impressed.
Engagement, Distraction, and the Puzzle of the Puzzle
AUGUST 9, 2011
Museum of Art and History exhibition institutional change participatory museum comfortShe is a fabulous and thoughtful artist.
Where's the Community in the Crowd? Framing and the Wall Street Journal's "Everybody's a Curator"
NOVEMBER 5, 2014
Ideas Museum of Art and History Museums Engaging in 2.0 I''m proud we were cast as innovators. But I also struggled with this article. The web?
Building a Culture of Experimentation
MAY 15, 2012
Museum of Art and History institutional changeNote: the Blueprint book club will start next week. Sorry for the delay. It’s not every day you find a prototype in the bathroom. Legends of the Stall was started by a visitor services staff member, Katie Chrivia, who collaborated with interns and volunteers to develop the content and the design.
The Event-Driven Museum?
JUNE 6, 2011
This is the casual attendance data from my first full month as the Executive Director of The Museum of Art & History in Santa Cruz.
Opening Up Museums: My TEDxSantaCruz Talk
NOVEMBER 13, 2012
Museum of Art and History Core Museum 2.0 I'm just home from a whirlwind of speaking engagements--Oslo, Denver, Charlotte, Roanoke.
17 Ways We Made our Exhibition Participatory
JUNE 12, 2012
Elsewhere on the second floor, there are two small activities that explicitly tie the love show to our history collection: Love Map. entryway.
The Event-Driven Museum, One Year Later
JUNE 27, 2012
Museum of Art and History programs business modelsAnd so, in this post, a few findings, and more questions. This isn't true for every museum.
Psst. Want an Internship?
MAY 10, 2011
It's my second week as the Executive Director at The Museum of Art & History in Santa Cruz, CA, and boy is my everything tired. Family days.