Tomorrow! Workshop on Virtual School Programs

Jun 07, 2022
 
June 7, 2022
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Workshops: Virtual School Programming
As part of the Small Bytes initiative, the OMA is offering a free 3-part series on virtual school programs:

Register today! Ask any questions at pd@museumsontario.ca 

Register for June 8 workshop
Register for June 15 workshop
Free workshops - held on Zoom

Wednesday June 8, 2022 at 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET
Asynchronous school programs
Wednesday June 15, 2022 at 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET
Synchronous school programs

Join Christina Sydorko, Educational Program Coordinator at the Oil Museum of Canada NHS, as she takes you through the tips and tricks for creating asynchronous and synchronous virtual school programs that meet teacher needs and your museum's goals.

Registration is limited to 50 participants per session.

The workshop is part of the Small Bytes initiative. Small Bytes: Supporting Digitization in Ontario’s Smaller and Rural Museums is an initiative of the Ontario Museum Association (OMA) funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage. Find out more about the initiative HERE.
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Webinar Recording: Virtual School Programming - Decision Making for Small Museums


On May 25, 2022, the OMA presented the webinar "Virtual School Programming - Decision Making for Small Museums," with Christina Sydorko, Karen Taylor and Michael Furdyk.

The webinar is part of the Small Bytes initiative. Small Bytes: Supporting Digitization in Ontario’s Smaller and Rural Museums is an initiative of the Ontario Museum Association (OMA) funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage. Find out more about the initiative HERE.

View the presentation slides and other resources HERE.

Watch the webinar recording
 
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