Thanks to our participants at the NCPH workshop. It was a hot hot room and you guys were a very fine and thoughtful audience. You can find the whole Power Point presentation in the Workshop Materials section. There you’ll also find the handbook itself so if you need to share a copy with a friend, you can!
Here’s a few quick points we were disappointed to have to rush through at the end:
- If you’d like to set up an online work session, where Al and I walk you through how to set up any of the tools we discuss in the handbook, please email us. We would set up one or more sessions during the months of May and June to “conference online” using the tool Go To Meeting.
- If you see cool examples of public history projects using any of the tools in the handbook, please let us know! You can leave a comment on the website or email us directly.
- When you’ve started to use these tools, let us know how it goes! We’d love to see what you do and share your work with others.
Again, it was great to meet you. If you’d like the log-in and passwords for the “dummy” accounts we set up for the demonstration, email us and we’d be happy to share them with you so you can play around!