For a current listing of Workshops, see the “Around the Field” posts in the [email protected] blog. To submit public history workshop information, email a short description including location and date along with any web links, fliers, and registration forms (PDF preferred).
Work Shops and Conference in various locations and on various dates
American Alliance of Museums Webinars
AAM Professional Development (AAM PD), launched officially in 1988, provides tools to address some of the most critical issues in the field. On the national level, AAM is committed to providing the highest quality PD programs to the broadest audience. Seminars, workshops, and e-learing opportunities (including live webinars and on-demand programs) are held throughout the year to meet the needs of museum practitioners at every stage of their career (emerging, mid-senior, beyond), in all functional areas and in a wide range of museum types, sizes, budgets, and disciplines across the country.
AASLH Professional Development Workshops
For over half a century AASLH has offered high-quality professional development workshops. Our formula for success is thoughtful planning, excellent faculty, comprehensive curriculum materials, tried and true teaching methods in a compact schedule, an inspiring and welcoming host institution, and a very reasonable registration fee.
National Park Service (online)
A self-paced, distance learning course on Ethnography and African American Heritage designed for cultural resource managers, historic preservationists, interpreters, etc. Geared toward NPS staff, professionals and members of the general public are invited to participate.
Created from the merger of PALINET and SOLINET, Lyrasis provides a regional base and national scope to expand collaboration and services.
NCPH makes no representations about the accuracy of information contained in the workshop listings or the business practices of the sponsoring organizations above.