Upcoming Programs and Recorded Webinars
March 20, 2–3:30 p.m. (ET)
The ability to plan and deliver effective presentations is an important skill—whether you are presenting to your staff or board, to an audience of community stakeholders or donors, or to an audience of colleagues at a seminar, workshop or conference session. In this practical webcast, three skilled presenters will explore various ways you can pre-assess, plan, deliver and evaluate a presentation.
April 30, 2–3:30 p.m. (ET)
How do you convince talented, dedicated people to choose the museum as the place where they’ll volunteer, and what do you do with them once you’ve got them? This program addresses key elements of recruiting, selecting and placing volunteers, from resources and strategies for articulating the benefits of volunteering and recruiting for diversity; to background checks, interviewing and placing volunteers and saying “no.”
Online Town Halls
Alliance Online Town Halls are periodic webcasts presented as an Alliance member benefit, featuring timely information that impacts the individuals and institutions comprising our field.
With over fifty programs to choose from, our recorded webinars cover a range of topics, and offer an affordable, accessible and convenient online learning opportunity for you, your staff and your colleagues. Purchase of each recorded webinar includes access to the archived recording and presentation materials. Programs originally produced after 2009 feature closed-captioning.
Click on the categories below to browse our webinar library.
How Does it Work?
Alliance webinars are originally presented live, recorded and archived for later access. Before purchasing, run a technical check to make sure your system is compatible. After purchasing a recorded webinar, you will receive access instructions to view the program at your own convenience.