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BCMA Webinar #1 - Youth Programming
Tue, 18 April 2017, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PDT
The BC Museums Association is launching a new monthly webinar series in partnership with the Royal BC Museum! Join us on the third Tuesday of every month for insightful and informative presentations on a variety of topics, delivered by BC museum professionals and special guests.
This month: join Chris O’Connor, Learning Program Developer at the Royal BC Museum, and Susan Rome, the School Program Coordinator at the Vancouver Art Gallery, for “Youth Programming and What We Learn When We Listen.”
How can we better listen to the ideas and perspectives of youth in regard to our exhibitions and collections? And how can we facilitate youth making connections between the gallery/museum and the community in meaningful ways? Using case studies from the Vancouver Art Gallery (Think Tank for Youth) and the Royal BC Museum (The Partner School Project), this webinar will suggest ways to proactively invite teens into cultural spaces and have them learn through doing. #projectbasedlearning
BCMA members can attend these webinars for free. If you are not a member, consider joining and take advantage of our special 60th Anniversary membership deals: become a member here.
Ticket sales end 24 hours before the webinar begins.
This webinar series presented in partnership with the Royal BC Museum.
Webinars, what are those?
Webinars are online presentations with a host taking participants through a video and/or PowerPoint presentations.
What level of technology do I need to be able to attend?
The BCMA uses the Zoom.us webinar platform, which requires a plug-in download. Please allow plenty of time to download (which begins automatically when you click the webinar URL). Some organizations may require IT support/approvals, so consider trying this a day or two in advance.
The BCMA webinars are best experienced with a computer, a decent Internet connection, and a set of speakers or headphones. You DO NOT need a webcam or microphone to join the webinar. Tip: make sure you are in a space where you won't be disrupted or where you won't disrupt others (if you have your speakers on).
If I don't need a webcam, how can I ask questions?
Participants can engage with the webinar by using the chat function to ask questions and add comments. The webinar host will monitor all questions and
Are there ID requirements to enter the event?
BCMA members registering with member tickets (free) will have their names cross-checked against current membership lists.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
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What's the refund policy?
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