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Historical Reminiscents

Feb 22, 2018

In this week's episode I discuss building admin and leadership skills within public history.  I talk about education gaps, how to gain hands on experience, and the importance of mentorship.

How have you worked to build admin or management skills within public history? Leave a comment or send me a message on...

Feb 22, 2018

New podcast episode! In this week's episode the potential ways Wikipedia can be used in the classroom and other educational settings.  I discuss what skills can be learned from editing Wikipedia and I dive into what support is available to instructors wishing to create Wikipedia focused assignments.

Do you have...

Feb 15, 2018

In this week's episode I discuss effective moderation techniques and the role of a good moderator.  I try to answer the questions: How do you become a moderator? What does a moderator actually do? What skills do you need to bring to the table as a moderator?

Do you have good or horrible moderation experiences to...

Feb 7, 2018

New podcast episode! Some of the core facets behind public history practice are accessibility and community access. And preserved heritage should be accessible to all. In this week's episode I talk about ableism in public history and heritage sites.  I discuss job descriptions that include lifting requirements,...

Feb 1, 2018

And now for something completely this episode and talk about some of my favourite public history and archives focused web comics and memes.  I discuss using memes in the classroom and as educational tools.  I also tackle the question of meme preservation and copyright.

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