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Reflection: Building Professional Relationships

I was in Melbourne for Vidcon recently, so I decided to I attend a GLAMR event while there, ASA Victoria‘s Conferences and Social Media: Building Professional Relationships. I’m interested in how to build professional relationships, as I never feel like I know enough! So how does one build professional relationships? Well, let me share what I learned…

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Workshop: Key Selection Criteria, Canberra


I recently presented at ALIA’s Student and Newgrad Group’s Key Selection Criteria (KSC) Workshop in Canberra. And to think a couple of years ago I was writing about attending these types of workshops! It was really great to be on the other side this time and giving back. At the bottom of this blog post is an embedded Facebook live of the workshop and links to each speaker’s presentations.

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Building your Network: Museum #Hashtags

Twitter is an invaluable resource, job hunting and professional development tool. I enjoy following industry leaders, finding new articles to read and participating in twitter events such as #museumweek.

To that end, with the help of some museum friends, I have complied a list of museums hashtags I enjoy following. Maybe these will help you to find some new conversation to join as well?

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