Museum Interpretation Initiative

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Utah Organizations
Museum Professional Associations & Networking Opportunities
Grant Sources
Museum Courses and Training Opportunities
Performance Standards and Assessment Programs
Museum Ethics
Glossaries
Organizational Operations
Digital Assistance and Tech Resources
Collections Management
Preventive Conservation
Disaster Preparedness, Response and Recovery
Exhibits and Interpretation
Exhibit and Storage Supplies
Education Resources

Visitor Services / Audience Evaluation
Research Resources for Utah
Research Resources National
Blogs and Social Networking


Utah Organizations

Utah Humanities Council (UHC) www.utahhumanities.org
Non-profit organization that empowers Utahns to improve their communities through active engagement in the humanities. UHC offers grants for a variety of projects (including museum interpretation and oral history), workshops to learn how to tell your museum's stories, as well as touring exhibitions from the Smithsonian's Museum on Main Street program. UHC is home to the Utah's Museum Interpretation Initiative program, with curriculum, resources, and examples of exhibit projects accomplished by small museums all over the state.

Utah Division of Arts and Museums (UA&M) heritage.utah.gov/utah-division-of-arts-museums
State services agency that offers technical assistance, professional development, the Utah Certificate of Museum Practice (with UMA), museum grants, the Utah Certified Museum registry, state performance goals, research on Utah museums, and special events. Sign up for electronic newsletter.

Utah Division of State History heritage.utah.gov/history
Provides historic consultation, an annual conference, grants, historical research library, and amazing online historical resources.

Utah Division of Archives & Records Service www.archives.utah.gov
Manages records created by state and local government in Utah, including historic records. Occasional grants for historical records care and digitization.

Utah Heritage Foundation www.utahheritagefoundation.com
Non-profit that works to preserve historical buildings through education, public awareness, and resources.

Utah Nonprofits Association (UNA) www.utahnonprofits.org
Provides workshops around the state on a variety of nonprofit topics, consultant list, annual conference, and a job board for all Utah nonprofits. Museums and arts organizations receive discounts on workshops. Membership has additional benefits and discounts.

Utah Cultural Alliance (UCA) www.utahculturalalliance.org
Sponsors panel discussions, advocacy, and legislative forums for Utah’s cultural organizations. Subscribe to free weekly newsletter.

Now Playing Utah www.nowplayingutah.com
Provides free publicity for museums and special events.

Museum Professional Associations & Networking Opportunities

Utah Museums Association (UMA) www.utahmuseums.org
Membership organization that connects museums to professional resources and best practice, and serves as an advocate for Utah museums. Professional development opportunities available at annual conference each October, at occasional regional workshops, and networking events. Stay connected through website, electronic newsletter, and Facebook page. www.facebook.com/pages/utah-museum-association

Utah Small Museum Interest Group www.facebook.com/SmallUtahMuseums
The Small Utah Museums group provides support and networking opportunities to leaders, staff, and volunteers involved with small museums in Utah. Organized through the Utah Museums Association.

Utah Emerging Museum Professionals www.facebook.com/utahemps
Utah Emerging Museum Professions (UTEMP) is a branch of the Emerging Museum Professionals group of the American Association of Museums. UTEMP is for those who have been in the museum field for less than 10 years.

Western Museums Association (WMA) www.westmuse.org
Membership organization that conducts annual conference each autumn for western states museums.

American Alliance of Museums (AAM) www.aam-us.org
National membership organization with annual conference each spring, as well as publications, and many resources for the museum sector.

American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) www.aaslh.org
National membership organization that is an excellent source of information for small museums and historic sites, including StEPS self-assessment program, technical leaflets, online training and workshops, as well as annual conference in the fall. Connect to AASLH affinity groups including Small Museums, Visitor Voices, and others.

Small Museums Online Community www.smallmuseumcommunity.org
Affinity group for small museums through AASLH.

Small Museum Association (SMA) www.smallmuseum.org
National organization for small museums.

American Association of Museum Volunteers (AAMV) www.aamv.org 
Affiliated with AAM and presents standards for museum volunteer programs. Stay connected with their resources through quarterly newsletter.

Grant Sources

Utah Humanities Council www.utahhumanities.org/Grants.htm
Grants for museum interpretation, oral history, and other humanities projects.

Utah Division of Arts and Museums heritage.utah.gov/arts-and-museums/ops-grants
Grants for museum development and general project support.

Utah Division of State History heritage.utah.gov/history/history-funding
Grants for cemetery inventory, capital project, and CLG heritage projects.

Utah Division of Archives & Records Service www.archives.utah.gov/USHRAB/grants.html
Grants for historical records conservation.

Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) www.imls.gov
Grants and links to online resources. Thanks to IMLS for funding the Museum Interpretation Initiative.

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) www.neh.gov/grants
Grants for collections care and preservation, exhibits, education programs, and digitization.

Museum Courses and Training Opportunities

Utah Humanities Council Museum Interpretation Initiative www.utahhumanities.org/MIIHome.htm
This workshop program assists staff and volunteers at Utah’s small museums tell the stories of their collections and communities. Contact Megan van Frank at vanfrank@utahhumanities.org

Connecting to Collections On-line Community www.connectingtocollections.org
Free live webinars and archived webinar recordings, resource lists, discussion forums. Partnership with IMLS, Heritage Preservation, AASLH.

Southern Utah University offers a minor in museum studies and an online MA of Arts Administration. Contact Reece Summers at summersr@suu.edu

Brigham Young University offers museum studies certificate to its MA students. Contact Paul Stavast at paul_stavast@byu.edu

Small Museum Pro www.aaslh.org/smallmuseumpro.htm  
Online certification program designed specifically for those working in small community museums.

Northern States Conservation Center www.museumclasses.org
Provides collection care services and offers a plethora of online museum classes.

Campbell Center www.campbellcenter.org
Offers courses in collections care, historic preservation, and conservation. Located in Illinois. Tuition for most courses includes lodging and meals.

Northeast Document Conservation Center www.nedcc.org
Specializes in preservation of paper-based materials and digitization. Free resources, leaflets, live webinars, as well as assessments and training. 

Performance Standards and Assessment Programs

Certified Utah Museum Registry heritage.utah.gov/arts-and-museums/museums
Utah museums complete and submit the registration form every two years indicating compliance with basic requirements. Museums must have current Utah Certified Museum status to be eligible for Utah Arts & Museum grants, to participate in annual survey of Utah museums, and to receive a discount on the required State charitable solicitation permit.

State Performance Goals for Utah Museums heritage.utah.gov/arts-and-museums/museums
Provides a set of goals in an effort to raise the performance level, professionalism, and quality of Utah museums.

AASLH StEPS Program www.aaslh.org/steps.htm
Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations (StEPS) is a voluntary assessment program for small- and mid-sized history organizations that encourages awareness and achievement of national standards.

AAM Continuum of Excellence www.aam-us.org/resources/assessment-programs
AAM’s Continuum of Excellence provides multiple entry points and customized assistance for museums of all sizes to reach higher levels of professionalism.

Museum Assessment Program (MAP) www.aam-us.org/resources/assessment-programs/MAP
Helps small and mid-sized museums strengthen operations, plan for the future and meet national standards through self-study and a site visit from a peer reviewer. MAP grants provide $4,000 of consultative resources and services to participating museums.

Conservation Assessment Program (CAP) www.heritagepreservation.org/CAP/index.html
Heritage Preservation (the National Institute for Conservation) provides noncompetitive grants for small and mid-sized museums to conduct general conservation assessments of their sites and collections.

Museum Ethics

International Council of Museums icom.museum/the-vision/code-of-ethics
ICOM Code of Ethics for Museums sets minimum standards of professional practice and performance for museums and their staff internationally.

American Alliance of Museums www.aam-us.org/resources/ethics-standards-and-best-practices/code-of-ethics-for-museums
The AAM Code of Ethics for Museums establishes the basic set of values that should guide American museums, from governance to collections and programs.

Utah Nonprofit Association www.utahnonprofits.org/membership/standards-of-ethics
The UNA Standards of Ethics is a good starting place for all Utah nonprofit organizations.

Glossaries

Small Museums Cataloging Manual www.mavic.asn.au/services/small-museums-cataloguing-manual
Downloadable manual - Appendix 3 Glossary of Descriptive Terms; Appendix 4 Glossary of Production Methods; Appendix 5 Glossary of Materials.

Museum Registration Methods 5th Edition www.aam-us.org/ProductCatalog/Product?ID=226
Bible of the museum registrar written by Rebecca Buck and Jean Gilmore ($89.95) has a good museum terms glossary starting on page 473.

National Association of Interpretation Definitions www.definitionsproject.com/definitions/index.cfm
Offers definitions of common terminology used by interpreters, environmental educators, historians, and others in non-formal settings such as parks, aquariums, zoos, nature centers, historic sites, and museums. Downloadable pdf file. 

ICOM Code of Ethics Glossary icom.museum/the-vision/code-of-ethics/glossary

National Digital Stewardship Alliance Glossary www.digitalpreservation.gov/ndsa/ndsa-glossary.html

Organizational Operations

Small Museum Toolkit  www.rowman.com/isbn/9780759113343
Set of six books from Alta Mira Press: Book One – Leadership, Mission, and Governance; Book Two – Financial Resource Development and Management; Book Three – Organizational Management; Book Four – Reaching and Responding to the Audience; Book Five – Interpretation: Education, Programs, and Exhibits; Book Six – Stewardship: Collections and Historic Preservation

Board Source boardsource.org
Nonprofit boards play a critical role in overseeing their organization's mission, finance, and strategic direction. Find trainings, online publications, and other resources (many of them free) to help your museum. 

Best Practices for Museum Volunteer Programs www.aamv.org/resources/standards-and-best-practices/

Leadership 2.0 by Travis Bradbury and Jean Greaves available through various online sources.

Thinking about Starting a Museum? www.museums.ab.ca/media/16939/thinkingaboutstartingamuseum.pdf
A discussion guide and workbook on museums and heritage projects from Museums Alberta that provides an overview of museum functions and required resources, as well as tools for identifying goals and needs.

Digital Assistance and Tech Resources

Connecting to Collections On-line Community www.connectingtocollections.org  
See the “Caring for Digital Materials” course.

Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative www.digitizationguidelines.gov

Mountain West Digital Library mwdl.org/about.php 
A central hub for digital collections of the intermountain west. Want to get your museum’s collections online? Need advice or help digitizing your collection archives, photographs, or audio/video resources? Contact Sandra McIntyre, Director of MWDL at sandra.mcintyre@utah.edu  

Museum Archive Software Project (Musarch) www.musarch.com
Free collections management software designed specifically for small history museums.

PastPerfect www.museumsoftware.com
Collections software available for purchase with some organizational discounts.

Collective Access www.collectiveaccess.org
Open source web-based software to catalog, manage, and publish museum collections online.

Omeka www.omeka.org
Freeware for online exhibits.

DreamHost www.dreamhost.com
Free web-hosting service for non-profits.

Joomla www.joomla.org
Free website design software used by millions.

Open Office www.openoffice.org
Open source office software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, and more.

Tech Soup www.techsoup.org
Standard software at reduced prices for nonprofits.

Vertical Response www.verticalresponse.com
Free email services, email marketing guides and templates.

Collections Management

Museums & Galleries NSW http://mgnsw.org.au/sector/support/resources
Policy templates, fact sheets and technical information geared to small museums on collection management, conservation, storage, and many other issues. Write that Collections Policy now!

Museums Australia Victoria www.mavic.asn.au/resources
Resources specifically for small museums, including collections policy template, interpretive policy template, and information sheets on variety of topics.

Small Museums Cataloging Manual www.mavic.asn.au/services/small-museums-cataloguing-manual
An excellent resource designed specifically for small museums about how to register and catalog collections.

Significance Assessment www.environment.gov.au/heritage/publications/significance2-0/
Significance assessment is a terrific roadmap for research and a tool for going beyond descriptive cataloging to establish the meaning of an object and make a judgment about why it is important.

ICOM’s International Committee for Documentation network.icom.museum/cidoc/ 
Provides museum community with advice on good practice and developments in museum documentation. See specific guidelines at http://network.icom.museum/cidoc/resources/cidoc-standards-guidelines/    

Museum Registration Methods 5th Edition www.aam-us.org/ProductCatalog/Product?ID=226
Bible of the museum registrar written by Rebecca Buck and Jean Gilmore ($89.95) available through AAM.

Preventive Conservation

reCollections: Caring for Collections Across Australia www.collectionsaustralia.net/sector_info_item/3
Written by practicing conservators and intended to provide a sound guide for the preventive care of cultural items.

Deteriora and the Agents of Destruction www.indianahistory.org/our-services/local-history-services/hoosier-heritage-alliance/deteriora
Graphic novel from the Local History Services folks in Indiana (those Hoosiers!)  Try this fun way to learn about preventive conservation of collections!

Connecting to Collections On-line Community  www.connectingtocollections.org  
Partnership with IMLS, Heritage Preservation, AASLH. Free live webinars and archived webinar recordings, resource lists, discussion forums on preventive conservation, among other topics.

American Institute for Conservation (AIC) www.conservation-us.org
Resources on how to find a conservator, how to care for treasures, frequently asked questions.

Canadian Conservation Institute www.cci-icc.gc.ca
Information on how to preserve and care for many object types and links to many preservation sites.

Conservation Center for Art and Historical Artifacts www.ccaha.org

Department of the Interior Museum Program  www.nps.gov/history/museum/publications/index.htm
Offers the Museum Property Handbook Volume I: Preservation and Protection of Museum Property and Museum Property Handbook Volume II: Documentation of Museum Property. Home of the classic NPS ConservOGrams brochures on collections care from the National Park Service www.cr.nps.gov/museum/publications/conserveogram/cons_toc.html

Heritage Preservation: National Institute for Conservation www.heritagepreservation.org/PROGRAMS/COLLECT.HTM
Provides online and printed resources on collections care, emergency response, and CAP program.

National Trust for Historic Preservation www.preservationnation.org

Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute www.si.edu/MCI/english/learn_more/taking_care/
Has links to sources for care of specific items.

Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC)   www.spnhc.org  

CoOL (Conservation OnLine) cool-palimpsest.stanford.edu
Full text library of information covering a wide range of conservation topics.

Costume Society of America (CSA) www.costumesocietyamerica.com  
CSA Angels project organizes volunteer textile experts to help save endangered clothing collections.

PACCIN www.paccin.org/content.php
Packing, art handling and collection care info network.

LDS Church History Preserving History Instructional Videos history.lds.org/article/preserving-history-videos?lang=eng
Series of short videos with advice about preserving documents and objects using simple methods. Can also ask a conservator specific questions at email conservators@ldschurch.org 

Art Restoration – Pioneer Art  www.PioneerArtRestoration.com  
Scott M. Haskins is a Utah-based professional contract conservator willing to consult with small museums regarding preservation and conservation.  His book How to Save your Stuff from a Disaster has simple instructions to protect and preserve geared toward personal collections.

Timeless Textiles  ttextiles.com
Jennifer Hadley, Utah based textiles conservator, offers conservation, preservation, exhibition and research consultant services.

Disaster Preparedness, Response and Recovery

Western States & Territories Preservation Assistance Service (WESTPAS) westpas.org

UTAH COLLECTIONS ASSISTANCE HOTLINE 1.888.905.7737
Offers emergency disaster assistance, classes on disaster planning and preservation grant writing. Local contact is Randy Silverman, Preservation Librarian at Marriott Library, University of Utah, 801.585.6782.

American Institute for Conservation  www.conservation-us.org
Offers disaster response and recovery information, including “Emergency: If You’re First” guide.

National Institute for Conservation www.heritagepreservation.org/PROGRAMS/COLLECT.HTM
Provides online and printed resources on collections care, emergency response, and CAP program. Also home to the Heritage Preservation Emergency Task Force, which offers publications on preservation and disaster response and salvage wheel. http://www.heritagepreservation.org/programs/taskfer.htm

Minnesota Historical Society www.mnhs.org/preserve/conservation/emergency.html

NPS Museum Management Program www.cr.nps.gov/museum/publications/index.htm
Publications on preservation and disaster response for cultural heritage from the National Park Service.

Exhibits and Interpretation

Alaska State Museums Bulletin Newsletter www.museums.state.ak.us/Bulletin/bulletin.html
Great range of information on many topics geared to small museums. Issues from 1998 and 1999 provide basic techniques for writing, making, and mounting exhibit labels.  

Exhibit Makeovers www.aparman.com  
Book by Alice Parman. Downloadable worksheets from her book and opportunity to purchase it.

Exhibit Labels: An Interpretive Approach www.aam-us.org/ProductCatalog/Product?ID=657 
Book by Beverly Serrell available through AAM.

Everyone's Welcome: The Americans with Disabilities Act and Museums www.aam-us.org
Book by John Salmen on how to make museums and exhibits compliant with ADA.

John Veverka & Associates Interpretive Consultants www.heritageinterp.com 
Great resource for interpretive planning, training, and evaluation.

National Association of Interpretation www.interpnet.com 

Insight Exhibits www.insightexhibits.com
Utah based exhibition design and construction services.

Exhibit and Storage Supplies

Archival Exhibit and Storage Supplies
Gaylord Brothers www.gaylord.com
University Products www.universityproducts.com
Hollinger Metal Edge www.hollingermetaledge.com

Cases, Mounts, Display Furniture
Acrylic Cases www.acrylicdisplaymfg.com
Advance Displays & Store Fixtures (Utah based) www.advancedisplays.com 
Display Furniture and Stands www.artdisplay.com
Hy-Glo (Utah based) hyglocompany.com
Modern Display (Utah based)  www.moderndisplay.com 

Custom Printing, Posters, Signage
Life-Size Cardboard Cutouts www.partystandups.com  
PosterBurner   www.posterburner.com
Adoramapix   www.adoramapix.com/products

Education Resources 

The Participatory Museum www.participatorymuseum.org  
Book by Nina Simon available for purchase and download through her website.

The Good Guide: A Sourcebook for Interpreters, Docents, and Tour Guides
Book by Alison L. Grinder and E. Sue McCoy. Out of print but available used through various online booksellers.

Columbia Center for Oral History library.columbia.edu/indiv/ccoh.html

Free Sounds www.freesounds.org 

Journal of Museum Education museumeducation.info

Museum Ed – Connecting the Museum Educator Community www.museum-ed.org 
Docent Training materials submitted to Museum Ed from a variety of museums.
http://www.museum-ed.org/category/training-docents/

National Park Service: Teaching with Historic Places www.nps.gov/history/nr/twhp
Free classroom-ready lesson plans on a large variety of topics.

Smithsonian Education www.smithsonianeducation.org

Utah State Core Curriculum www.schools.utah.gov/core/

Art of Storytelling Show www.artofstorytellingshow.com 

National Storytelling Network www.storynet.org/

The Moth  themoth.org 

Society for Storytelling www.sfs.org.uk  

Storycorps  www.storycorps.org

Visitor Services / Audience Evaluation  

Visitor Studies Association www.visitorstudies.org

Visitors Count www.aaslh.org/visitorscount.htm
AASLHvisitor survey instruments.

Visitors’ Voices Affinity Group www.aaslh.org/visitors-voices.htm
Affinity group through AASLH with quarterly e-newsletter (you do not need to be a member of AASLH to participate).

Randi Korn & Associates  www.randikorn.com
Check out the Resources section for publications, case studies, and learning about the broader role of evaluation in museums.

Making the Case for Visitor Studies and Evaluation smallmuseumtoolkit.blogspot.com/2012/06/making-case-for-visitor-studies-and.html

Judging Exhibitions: A Framework for Assessing Excellence www.serrellassociates.org/pdf/EJFramework507.pdf

Research Resources for Utah  

Brigham Young University Digital Library http://www.lib.byu.edu/digital/  

Brigham Young University Special Collections http://sites.lib.byu.edu/sc/

Dixie State University Special Collections http://library.dixie.edu/special_collections/index.html

International Society of Daughters of Utah Pioneers http://www.dupinternational.org/ 

LDS Church History Library and Archives  http://churchhistorylibrary.lds.org 

Mormon Historic Sites Foundation http://mormonhistoricsites.org/ 

Mormon Migration http://mormonmigration.lib.byu.edu/

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel http://history.lds.org/overlandtravels/searchPage?lang=eng

Mountain West Digital Library http://mwdl.org

Pioneer, Utah’s Online Library http://pioneer.utah.gov/

Salt Lake County Archives http://admin.slco.org/archives/

Southern Utah University Special Collections  http://www.li.suu.edu/page/special-collections-about

University of Utah Digital Library   http://content.lib.utah.edu/cdm/

University of Utah Main Library http://www.lib.utah.edu/

University of Utah Special Collections http://www.lib.utah.edu/collections/special-collections/

Utah American Indian Digital Archive  http://utahindians.org/archives/index.html

Utah Artists Project http://www.lib.utah.edu/collections/utah-artists/

Utah Collections Multimedia Encyclopedia http://www.uen.org/ucme/

Utah Digital Newspapers http://digitalnewspapers.org/

Utah Division of Archives & Records Service http://archives.utah.gov/

Utah Division of State History Research Center  http://historyresearch.utah.gov/

Utah Government Publications Online http://publications.utah.gov/

Utah Historical Quarterly http://publications.utah.gov/search/quarterly.html

Utah History Encyclopedia  http://www.uen.org/utah_history_encyclopedia/

Utah State History to Go http://historytogo.utah.gov/

Utah State Library http://heritage.utah.gov/library   

Utah State University Digital Library http://digital.lib.usu.edu/

Utah State University Special Collections and Archives http://library.usu.edu/specol/

Utah Valley University Library http://www.uvu.edu/library/

Weber State University Archives and Special Collections http://library.weber.edu/asc/default.cfm 

Weber State University Special Collections http://library.weber.edu/asc/speccoll/

Weber State University Digital Collections http://librarydigitalcollections.weber.edu/

Research Resources National  

Family Search www.familysearch.org

Family History Library Catalog   www.familysearch.org/catalog-search

Ancestry.com   www.ancestry.com
Federal census, voter lists, military records, immigration, etc. Access to some databases requires a subscription.

Census Finder  www.censusfinder.com
Directory of free Census Records.

Google Scholar scholar.google.com 
Search for patents, legal documents, scholarly articles, etc.

History Detectives http://www.pbs.org/opb/historydetectives/

National Register of Historic Places http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natreghome.do?searchtype=natreghome

NARA - National Archives and Records Administration  http://www.archives.gov/

Library of Congress Catalog http://catalog.loc.gov/

Chronicling America - Library of Congress  http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/
Digitized newspapers.

USGenWeb Project http://usgenweb.org/ 
Links to State and County records.

USGenWeb Archives http://usgwarchives.net/ 
Record transcriptions.

Find a Grave www.findagrave.com 
Cemetery records with links to other information.

Google Guide www.googleguide.com
Tutorial for effective Google searches.

Blogs and Social Networking  

Utah Small Museum Interest Group  
The Small Utah Museums group provides support and networking opportunities to leaders, staff, and volunteers involved with small museums in Utah. Organized through the Utah Museums Association. Facebook: www.facebook.com/SmallUtahMuseums

Utah Emerging Museum Professionals    
Utah Emerging Museum Professions (UTEMP) is a branch of the Emerging Museum Professionals group of the American Association of Museums. UTEMP is for those who have been in the museum field for less than 10 years. Facebook: www.facebook.com/utahemps

Connecting to Collections On-line Community  
Partnership with IMLS, Heritage Preservation, AASLH. Create a free account to join in discussions and receive email at http://www.connectingtocollections.org/ Or follow on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/C2Ccommunity

Western Museum Association (WMA)
Westmuse Blog: http://westmuse.wordpress.com/ and Facebook: www.facebook.com/westmuse 

American Alliance of Museums (AAM)
Facebook: www.facebook.com/americanmuseums  
Center for the Future of Museums Blog: http://futureofmuseums.blogspot.com/

American Association of State and Local History (AASLH)
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AASLH  

Institute of Museum and Library Services
Up Next - The IMLS Blog:  http://blog.imls.gov/

Small Museum Toolkit
Blog: http://smallmuseumtoolkit.blogspot.com/  
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Small-Museum-Toolkit/158628554250341

Small Museum Association
Blog: http://www.smallmuseumassociation.blogspot.com/

Museum 2.0
Nina Simon’s Participatory Museum Blog: http://museumtwo.blogspot.com/

The Uncataloged Museum
Linda Norris Blog:  http://uncatalogedmuseum.blogspot.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/uncatalogedmuseum

Thoughts on Heritage Interpretation and Management
Nicole Duefel’s Blog: http://nicoledeufel.wordpress.com/

On the Lookout for Sticky Ideas
Joanna Fisher’s Blog: http://joannafisher.wordpress.com/

Save Your Stuff 
Scott M. Haskins Blog: http://saveyourstuffblog.com