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Excellence in Label Writing-Awards

Category: Alliance Blog

Beyond the Label: Strategies for effective interactive media

Category: Museum Magazine
This article originally appeared in the July/August 2015 edition of Museum magazine. Creating digital interactive experiences in museums can be costly and time-consuming. Given the …

Future of Accessibility

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
Why is accessibility a futurist issue? Because, trends being what they are, we face a future in which a growing proportion of American society will have accessibility challenges. For …

10 Best Practices of Accessible Museum Websites

Category: Alliance Blog
This article explores ten high-impact areas you should consider to enhance your website’s accessibility and bring it into conformance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), …

Accessibility (Education and Interpretation)

The Alliance has compiled this set of accessibility resources from amongst its own offerings as well as those throughout the nonprofit and museum sector. Alliance Resources Addressing the …

Forecasting the Future of Accessibility in Museums

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
I am getting ready for a presentation at the Leadership and Excellence in Accessible Design (LEAD) conference to be held at the Kennedy Center later this month. The presentation will ask …

How to Access and Update Your Online Peer Reviewer Profile

 Go to  http://ww2.aam-us.org/edit-profile/peer-review-profile Log in. Every reviewer already has a username and password. If you forgot your username or password, use the links on the …

Forecasting the Future of Accessibility: Please Touch or Don’t Touch?

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
I wish I could preview my Inbox from 2036. How come Outlook doesn’t have an option for that? As a member of AAM’s staff Ethics Taskforce, I help answer plaintive, irate, indignant and …

Speechless: A sensory exhibition charts a new path to accessibility in learning

Category: Alliance Blog
Museums are constantly experimenting with how we can present content in ways that engage and inform a wide audience. Part of the challenge is to consider issues of accessibility and …

Object Marking

Ensuring that an individual object can be located and associated with its various documentation is an important element of collections management. Knowing how best to mark various types of …

Online Programs: Education and Interpretation

Excellence in Exhibition Label Writing If you are learning how to write exhibition labels or want to reinvigorate your current label writing, this program will guide you in finding …

Centering Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion

Support Free COVID-19 Resources for the Field: These resources have been taken out from behind the member paywall to make them free and accessible for all. The current crisis is taking a …

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