Public historian Denise Meringolo recently posted this on Twitter: So, I replied: Thus, look for an online workshop on course titling coming soon. Have resources to share? Tweet them at me @JasonSteinhauer or share them in our LinkedIn group.
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Social audio apps are an emerging trend and Clubhouse is leading the way. How does history communication work best on Clubhouse. Read this post, Is Clubhouse the Future of Public History?
History Communication courses have been taught at several universities. Early results are positive.
Wish to be a go-to expert on a topic? Have a plan and follow it.
How to write for popular publications.
Public engagement tips from ACLS public fellow Carly Goodman.
Tips for historians appearing on television interviews.
Wayne State University has unveiled the second-ever History Communication course. The course is being led by historian Jennifer Hart.
The Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest at Villanova University has created the first-ever History Communication Fellowships.
Podcasting resources from the hosts of Backstory Radio