Beyond Building Digital Bridges Symposium February 15-18, 2022
These FREE presentations shared experiences about online life enrichment and meaningful community engagement strategies for older adults.
Sponsored by Museum London and hosted by Creative Age London Funded by Employment and Social Development Canada, New Horizons for Seniors Canada
David Sprague, Digital Content Lead, Preservation & Digitization at TPL on March 3rd, he acknowledged that one of the reasons his organization is demonstrating leadership in this area is that the existing historical archives at the Toronto Reference Library are heavily settler-focused.
His department is active with Linked Open Data projects to ensure that diverse voices are reflected in Toronto’s historical record and evolving narrative.
Victoria Stasiuk will be presenting in a panel at the University of Chester in January 2022. Free registration and background information is provided in this post. This free online webinar continues the work of the Phillip Barker Centre in rethinking artist training to improve how artists can have an impact on their communities.
Many Canadians are asking the question, What should I do on Orange Shirt Day? This post gives ideas of books to read, videos to watch as well as ways to contribute to Canada’s Indigenous peoples, visual artists, local businesses and charities.
Museum leaders offer online collaboration tools for Governing Boards of museums. VS Associates suggests a visualization to help with strategic planning and implementation. Pratt offers options to create dashboards by participating in projects with their graduate students.