Achieving Impact Via Virtual Programming

Achieving Real Impact Via Virtual Programming

To Zoom or not to Zoom… Offering virtual programs at your museum or institution is not as daunting as you may think. Join three panelists as they describe their approaches to reaching their audiences remotely. From online lectures, workshops, and summer camps to documentary films, docent training, and guessing games, museums and historic organizations are connecting with real audiences using virtual tools to create both fun and informative programming. There will be time for questions and to share other virtual success stories.

  • Jennifer Simpson, Madison Historical Society, Madison, CT
  • David D.J. Rau, Director of Education and Outreach, Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, CT
  • Amrys Williams, Executive Director, CLHO
  • Tuesday, March 16, 2021
  • Zoom


  • Students in the CCSU Public History program receive free registration to CLHO programs. Please contact for the registration code.
  • CLHO organizational and corporate members may register up to a total of six people at the member rate.