Videos: Reaching Virtual Audiences



We’ve just concluded the Wyoming State Library’s two-part series on “Bringing Your Museum or Library to Virtual Audiences.” Watch both sessions below.

Next up: podcasting! We have two free webinars scheduled:

Wyoming museums who participate in any one of these four sessions — either live or by watching the recording — may be eligible for up to $250 in support for equipment, software, or services to produce audio and video virtual programming. Learn more here. and contact Susan Mark, Wyoming State Library Outreach Librarian, at susan.mark@wyo.gov or (307) 777-5915.

Bringing Your Museum or Library to Virtual Audiences (Part 1)
Think of all the amazing stories that weave together the fabric of our Wyoming museums! It might seem daunting to share these stories and resources digitally. Join Megan Smith and Carrie Dickerson from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, as they share how they share some of their digital resources, including live virtual field trips, videos, and online teaching modules. They will share their experiences in developing these products and participants will even go on a mini virtual field trip.
View slides.
August 11, 2020; 49 minutes

Bringing Your Museum or Library to Virtual Audiences (Part 2)
After part 1, you might be wondering — but how do we put all this together? During this webinar, Megan Smith and Carrie Dickerson from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody will dive into the details — the nuts and bolts of how to get started developing, offering, marketing, and even scheduling virtual experiences.
View slides.
August 14 2020; 63 minutes

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