BC Museums Association is pleased to present a monthly educational webinar series!
Join your museum colleagues from around the province for a lunch-hour webinar. These engaging learning opportunities cover a different topic each month, from education to conservation, marketing to exhibit fabrication and everything in between. Museum experts from within our membership – and other special guests – present the webinars, which are recorded, archived and accessible through BCMA’s member portal.
Cost: FREE for members (two-ticket maximum per institutional member), $15 for not-yet-members
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To support our community with the ongoing COVID-19 closures the BCMA has made all of our previous webinars publicly available for viewing on our YouTube channel. Explore sessions on communication, fundraising, digitalization, advocacy, climate change and more. View the Youtube webinar archive.
Friday, February 26, 2021
12:00noon – 1:30pm PST
Presented in partnership with the Archives Association of BC and Heritage BC. Both sessions will include closed captioning and ASL interpretation. If you require any other accommodations, please email Laura Saretsky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part 2: Programming and Marketing
The second part of the series will discuss things to consider when developing online programming and ways to make it more accessible. We will then cover how to ensure the marketing of these programs is also accessible.
Friday, February 26 at noon. Hosted by Heritage BC with complimentary access for Heritage BC, AABC and BCMA members. Registration for non-members is $15
Brought to you thanks to our Webinar Sponsor
All past webinars are archived and accessible to BCMA members on our new member portal.
Consider becoming a member to gain access to these valuable resources. Past webinar topics include:
A Note on BCMA Webinars
Our webinars are running on the Zoom webinar platform, which may be blocked by some firewall settings. Please contact your IT department if you are not sure if you can access the webinar.
We are aware of security concerns about Zoom meetings and the so called “Zoom Bombing” that has been in the media this year. Precautions to avoid these situations have been taken and procedures such as enabling the waiting room feature, muting all participants upon entry and disabling screen sharing have been implemented. The safety and privacy of our virtual programs are a priority for us and we are closely monitoring the situation and installing security updates that are regularly released by Zoom.