Author Archives: Leah

The Value of Twitter for Cultural Heritage Organizations

For small cultural heritage organizations that use the Public Humanities Toolbox, this blog post on the uses of Twitter for cultural heritage is a must read! Melissa Mannon outlines six reasons how small museum and cultural heritage organization professionals can … Continue reading

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Podcast Advice from A to Z

If you or your organization are interested in creating podcasts, I highly recommend reading NAI Podcastopia, put together by some members of the National Parks Service’s new media team. The site includes pre-production checklists, recording advice, engineering and post-production editing … Continue reading

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Vimeo: Some Considerations and Comparisons

When Al and I started the Public Humanities Toolbox, Vimeo was not on our radar.  Since then, however, it has grown in popularity as a video-hosting service.  In our recent workshop in Providence, several participants asked about Vimeo and for … Continue reading

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JNBC Presentation Now Available

Al and I would like to thank our audience at today’s presentation in Providence.  Our lively group of participants braved rainstorms and vigilant parking officers in order to learn and share their ideas about how to create engaging websites and … Continue reading

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Updated Handbook Now Available

Al and I have been busy making a few changes to the original Handbook.  It is now available to read and download in the Workshop Materials section of the website. Participants in this Friday’s workshop at the John Nicholas Brown … Continue reading

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Are You Following Us in an RSS-feed Reader?

Allow me to preach the gospel of the RSS feed for a moment. Any site that has syndicated content–i.e., any blog or site built with WordPress–has an RSS feed. Subscribing to an RSS feed is the easiest way to make … Continue reading

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Changes to Facebook for Non-Profits

In preparation for our October 1 workshop in Providence, Al and I are doing a little refurbishing to the Toolbox. Probably the biggest changes to our existing Handbook are tips on how to use Facebook. Since we first wrote the … Continue reading

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