As science and technology centers and museums re-open and plan for re-opening, they are navigating a number of challenges that require thoughtful consideration and planning. ASTC is hosting this series of discussions to support peer-to-peer sharing around timely topics.
This discussion among colleagues focused on programs and partnerships that science centers and museums are pursuing during the pandemic to reach audiences that don’t have computers or internet access.
Presented with the ASTC Advocates for Diversity Community.
Watch video of case studies about programs addressing the digital divide:
See other recordings from prior events in ASTC’s “Re-think, Re-frame, Re-open” peer-to-peer discussion series.
“Design thinking” provides structure to our peer discussions, and can help us better understand these challenges, explore them in creative ways, and create solutions that we can test in real time. While these are uncharted waters, we can welcome these challenges, remain flexible with our ideas and solutions, and open to embracing failures, which can ultimately lead us to new possibilities to better support the safety of our communities, internally and externally.
Price: Free for staff members of ASTC-member organizations; $10 for all others