By Jennifer Borland Reposted from YourEvalPal I was so thrilled to co-present a workshop today at the National Council on Public History’s annual conference/meeting in Indianapolis along with VSA, Vice President for Professional Development, Elee Wood. Our 4-hour workshop, entitled Principles of Audience Research and Evaluation in Public History: Purpose, Process and Implementation, covered background […]
REA’s Scott Burg‘s latest blog received a powerful endorsement from the National Black Programming Consortium. The blog is part of an ongoing research project to document organizational development at KQED, San Francisco, a member station of PBS. You can read the latest post here and follow the series here.
Meet Jennifer Borland, Weds., April 19, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm at the Implementation workshop of the National Council on Public History workshop: “Principles of Audience Research and Evaluation in Public History: Purpose, Process, and Implementation.” There is a $45 fee to register for the workshop, which will be held at the The Westin Indianapolis […]
Kristin Bass and Ruchita Patel will be at the NIH SciEd conference May 30th – June 2nd in Washington DC. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!!!
By Alex Gurn, Ph.D. I recently attended, “Stories from ITEST – Culturally Competent Projects that Inspire Young People to Pursue STEM Careers.” The NSF-related webinar presented findings from some of the research in a special issue of Journal of Science Education and Technology, ‘Stories from ITEST: Inspiring Young People to Pursue STEM Careers’ (http://stelar.edc.org/publications/journal-science-education-and-technology-special-issue-stories-itest-inspiring-young). REA’s […]