I’ll be attending WebWise in Baltimore next week and posting a series of blogs about the presentations in the weeks to follow. These sessions are typically packed with ideas and projects, offering cutting-edge approaches and solutions for the work at historic sites and history organizations (and other museums). If you’re attending, I’d love to meet you and hear about what you’re doing. Living part of my life in the blogosphere, I have unusual relationships: people will know me through my blog but I often have no idea who they are, so please introduce yourself and let’s talk during a break (IMLS always keeps the troops at WebWise well stocked with coffee, tea, and snacks!). In case you don’t know what I look like, I’ve included my picture for identification and I usually sit off to the side so I can get up to take photos of the sessions without disturbing others.
I’ll be there for both WiseCamp and at least the first day of WebWise volunteering to help facilitate a lunch time discussion on small heritage organizations and the web. I work with a preservation advocacy organization so it would be great to have your perspective on historic sites as part of that discussion! Hope we can meet next week.