2012 Annual Meeting Resources

Session handouts from the 2012 Ohio Local History Alliance Annual Meeting, Inspire or Expire: How to Remain Relevant in the 21st Century.

2012 Meeting Brochure and Schedule

Teen Volunteers — Recruiting, Supervising, and Inspiring the Next Generation
Liz Shultz, Oberlin Heritage Center

Engaging the Public in Tourism to Advance History
Dan Shilling, Author of Civic Tourism: the Poetry and Politics of Place

Tech Cafe — Quick, Simple, Low-Cost Technology Projects

Collecing and Using Oral History in the 21st Century
Donna DeBlasio, Youngstown State University and Steve Paschen, Kent State University

Navigating Field Trips — Getting Educators and School Districts to Use Your Programs
Glenna Hoff, Campus Martius Museum

What’s the Right and Legal Way to Thank Donors?
Kristina Kuehling, Ohio History Connection

How Historic Houses Tell Communities’ Stories in Different Ways: Examples from Ohio and Elsewhere
Kay Fisher, Clinton County Historical Society and Pat Murphy, Oberlin Heritage Center

Genealogy 101: How to Research Family History
Jayne Davis, Franklin County Genealogical & Historical Society

Dressing the Part — How to Find Period Clothing and Props
Joyce Armstrong, Sylvania Historical Village

Digitization 101
Lily Birkhimer and Carla Zikursh, Ohio History Connection

Behind the Scenes — Creating a First Person Presentation
Anthony Gibbs, Ohio History Connection


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