Infographic: A Brief History Of Charitable Giving

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The post Infographic: A Brief History Of Charitable Giving appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. Charitable giving has been around 2500BCE when the ancient Hebrews instituted a tax intended to help the poor Now, thousands of years later, people across the globe give their hard earned money to these nonprofit organizations who are committed to solving some of the world’s toughest issues. Americans alone in 2014 gave an estimated $335 […].

We’re in the History of Community Management Resources!

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A few highlights in the infographic below, but check out the full list with resource links here – [link] – which includes Open Community (remember that?) and of course the Essentials of Community Management course (still going super strong!). Thank you to the CR for including my stuff!

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Goodbye Consulting, Hello Museum of Art & History!

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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 ). And then I started learning about the situation at the Museum of Art & History (MAH) in downtown Santa Cruz. Museum of Art and Histor

The History of Social Media [Infographic]

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[Cool Infographic Friday] The History of the Hashtag

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[Cool Infographic Friday] The History of Web Design

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SOS: Save Our Site! How Libraries Can Preserve Local Online History

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Websites, blog posts, social media, online news — all of these are part of your community's history, but all are ephemeral in nature. The project will create more than 30 TB of community history web archives and a suite of open educational resources, from guides to videos.

A Short, Recent History of Nonprofit Website Design and Online Fundraising

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Nonprofit website design and online fundraising have dramatically changed in recent years due to the rapid rise of social media and mobile communications.

A Brief History of Nonprofit Organizations (And What We Can Learn)

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Though the idea of helping and giving back to others has existed since Biblical times, nonprofit organizations in the United States have a much shorter history. Let’s take a look at what we can learn from the history of nonprofit organizations. Below, you’ll find some key turning points in the history of the nonprofit sector and what we can learn from them. For the first time in the nation’s history, people came together to fundraise on a global scale.

Guest Post: Using Visitor Participation to Improve Object Labels at the San Diego Natural History Museum

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Last month, I learned about a fabulous, simple participatory experiment called “Case by Case” at the San Diego Museum of Natural History that uses visitor feedback to develop more effective object labels.

Blueprint Book Club Part 1: How Do You Create a Future-Thinking History Museum?

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Imagine you've just been tasked with developing an innovative, future-thinking national museum for your country's history. Blueprint is the story of a group of people who tried to create a Dutch Museum of National History (INNL).

A Brief History of Nonprofit Technology Leadership, And a Call to Action for New Circuit Riders

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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. A month or two ago, a friend of mine asked me a great question: "What is the role of circuit riders today?" I didn''t have an immediate answer.

Keeping the Rich History of Virginia Preserved and Secure

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The museum and library preserves the rich history of the Northern Neck through its collections, exhibits, tours, and educational programs. Celebrating a Region Rich with History. There is a $5 fee to use the library, but it is open to the public for history and genealogy research.

Welcome to Pine Point: A Multimedia Exploration of Nostalgia, History, and What it Means to be Human

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It is, in short, the best multimedia history project I've ever seen, and I wish more museums were pursuing projects like it. It makes you contemplate your own connection to history.

Blueprint Book Club Part 2: Museums as Battlefields in the History Wars

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This post is the second in a series of reactions to Blueprint , a book chronicling the rise and fall of the Dutch Museum of National History (INNL) in 2008-2011. The NMA was accused of presenting a “black armband” view of Australia’s history (i.e.,

[Cool Infographic Friday] A Brief History of Caps Lock

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This one is quite possibly my favorite so far. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. Potluck

Want to Work at the MAH? Now's Your Chance.

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The Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History keeps growing and experimenting in our quest to build a stronger, more connected community. Museum of Art and History

Introducing Abbott Square Part 7: How Getting Sued Ruined My Vacation and Taught Me about Stress

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This is the seventh in a series of posts on the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History ( MAH )'s development of Abbott Square , a new creative community plaza in downtown Santa Cruz. Abbott Square Museum of Art and History professional development

Introducing Abbott Square Part 5: What a Board is For

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This is the fifth in a series of posts on the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History ( MAH )'s development of Abbott Square , a new creative community plaza in downtown Santa Cruz. Abbott Square creative placemaking institutional change Museum of Art and History

Why We Moved the Abbott Square Opening - A Mistake, a Tough Call, & a Pivot: Introducing Abbott Square, Bonus Post

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This is the eleventh in a series of posts on the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History ( MAH )'s development of Abbott Square , a new creative community plaza in downtown Santa Cruz. Abbott Square creative placemaking Museum of Art and HistoryExcited to open. but not quite yet.

Growing Bigger, Staying Collaborative - 5 Tools for Building Non-Bureaucratic Organizations

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institutional change Museum of Art and History Technology Tools Worth Checking OutOne of my organization's core values is radical collaboration. We believe that partnerships build a stronger museum and a stronger community.

Introducing Abbott Square Part 6: Two Prioritization Techniques We Used to Negotiate a Great Lease

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This is the sixth in a series of posts on the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History ( MAH )'s development of Abbott Square , a new creative community plaza in downtown Santa Cruz. Abbott Square business models creative placemaking Museum of Art and History

Think Like a (Real Estate) Developer: Introducing Abbott Square, Part 9

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This is the ninth in a series of posts on the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History ( MAH )'s development of Abbott Square , a new creative community plaza in downtown Santa Cruz. Abbott Square creative placemaking design Museum of Art and History professional development

Favorite Software and Hardware for Museums and History Organizations

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TechSoup offers many donated and discounted products for nonprofit museums and history organizations, such as historical sites and societies, of every type. Get the tech you need to realize your mission!

From Mine to Ours - Sharing Ownership of Our Expansion: Introducing Abbott Square, Part 8

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This is the eighth in a series of posts on the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History ( MAH )'s development of Abbott Square , a new creative community plaza in downtown Santa Cruz. Abbott Square institutional change Museum of Art and History professional development

How Do You Inspire Visitors to Take Action After They Leave?

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it uses art, history, artifacts, and storytelling to illuminate a big human story and an urgent social issue. design exhibition Museum of Art and History participatory museum social justice

Year Five as a Museum Director: Good to Grow

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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. We seek to build a stronger, more connected community through art and history. institutional change Museum of Art and History

Introducing Abbott Square Part 4: The Most Important Question to Ask in a Capital Campaign

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This is the fourth in a series of posts on the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH)'s development of Abbott Square , a new creative community plaza in downtown Santa Cruz. Abbott Square creative placemaking fundraising Museum of Art and History

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Infographic: The Brief History Of Caps Lock

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The post Infographic: The Brief History Of Caps Lock appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. Ever feel like screaming at someone over email, so you write the email in all caps? Then, think better of it, and write it in a normal tone.

The Future (and a Little History) of Network Neutrality

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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. When pressed for details, though, many in the nonprofit community can't offer much of a definition. Worse, most have no idea that it stands to severely restrict the way they communicate and serve their constituents.

Crossing the Professional-Amateur Line

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design exhibition institutional change Museum of Art and History Think back to the last time you crossed a line. Did you feel brave? Deviant? Proud? Ashamed? In art institutions, we typically treat the curator as the arbiter of quality. The curator draws the line between worthy and unworthy.

Let's Be Bridge-Builders

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Rather than operating in a bubble of “art people” or “history people,” we strive to connect ALL people in our county. Homeless adults and history buffs improving a historic cemetery. In our community, we build bridges through art and history.

Meditations on Relevance Part 5: Relevance is a Bridge

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Grown men fighting for seats at lectures about the history of the boards. Who in their right minds would show up at 8am on a Sunday for a history event? exhibition Museum of Art and History relevanceBlessing of the Replica Boards, July 19, 2015, 8am. Photo by Jon Bailiff.

Platform Power: Scaling Impact

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design exhibition inclusion institutional change Museum of Art and History participatory museum programs relationshipsLast month, I sat in the back of a meeting room at the MAH and watched something extraordinary happen.

Memo from the Revolution: Six Things I've Learned from our Institutional Transformation

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Over the past two years, the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History has undergone a significant transformation of program, audience, and resources. Our revolution is predicated on three big ideas: Art and history are something you do, not just something you learn about.

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QR Codes and Visitor Motivation: Tell Them What They'll Get with that Shiny Gadget

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We just opened new exhibitions at The Museum of Art & History , including one on woodworking that includes QR codes. Museum of Art and History Technology Tools Worth Checking Out design

Inside a Museum Website Redesign

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When I started at The Museum of Art & History (MAH) in May, one of my priorities was redesigning our website. We are rebranding our museum in the community--not with marketing dollars, but with a singular message about being a thriving gathering place around art and history.

How Do You Document Your Creative Process?

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Museum of Art and History Technology Tools Worth Checking Out programs web2.0Recently, my colleagues have gone wild for Pinterest. Pinterest is an online sharing tool that allows you to construct virtual bulletin boards to collect and display images from across the web.

Yes, Audience Participation Can Have Significant Value

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MAH Theory of Change, Part 2: A Multimedia Walkthrough for Your Feedback

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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. This week, I''m focusing on the WHAT of the project instead of the HOW, with a slideshow we made to describe the theory.