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Webinar—Going Mobile? Bring a COMPASS

Discover the art and science of using “Indoor GPS” and mobile phones in museums for interpretation, visitor tracking, accessibility, personalization, and more.   Click here to watch this archived webinar in ASTC’s Professional Development Video Library.   This webinar addressed some of the Why, How, What, and For Whom topics that arose from the presentations... Read More

Webinar—Introducing Preschoolers to Science: What Works and What Doesn’t

Led by GrowingGreat, early childhood educators have joined forces and are reinventing STEM programs to address the lack of access to fresh produce and green space for under-resourced families.  Click here to watch this archived webinar in ASTC’s Professional Development Video Library.   Questions? Contact ASTC’s Wendy Hancock.   Join the Leadership Team of the... Read More

Webinar—Join a New Early Childhood Nutrition and STEM Collaborative

Led by GrowingGreat, early childhood educators have joined forces and are reinventing STEM programs to address the lack of access to fresh produce and green space for under-resourced families.   Click here to watch this archived webinar in ASTC’s Professional Development Video Library.   This webinar from November 9, 2018, features four programs that you... Read More

Webinars—Key Ingredient: Recruiting, Training, and Nurturing Volunteers for Research and Evaluation

Post-event registrations are now being accepted. To receive exclusive access to these webinars’ recordings and resource materials, contact ASTC’s Wendy Hancock.     This series was presented by ASTC and the Visitor Studies Association (VSA).   Enlisting volunteers to help tackle a project is rarely a straightforward process, but it’s a critical piece of your strategy... Read More

Webinar—Rich Learning Opportunities in Facilitated, Open-Ended Exhibits

  On July 12, this webinar explored open-ended exhibits and experiences in informal science settings, the type that offer rich learning experiences with multiple points of entry and multiple outcomes, and how such varied outcomes make it complex to assess what visitors are learning and how to best advance their learning.   Click here to... Read More