Speechifying.

MITH Digital Dialogue: Making History with the Masses Revisited, Feb. 9, 2016
A 45-minute presentation and discussion at the Maryland Institute for Technology and Humanities on History Unfolded and applying theories of citizen history to the real world.
Pay Your F-ing Interns, December 1, 2015
An Ignite talk presented at OpenLab Workshop in Crystal City, VA, calling for an end to unpaid internships in the cultural sector and suggesting other steps museums can take to end inequitable and insular hiring practices.
The Conversion Model of Museums, presented with Carol Bossert, November November 4, 2015
An Ignite talk at the 2015 Museum Computer Network conference in Minneapolis, MN, proposing a new model of co-creation with visitors. Carol Bossert is an awesome partner and a great professional in her own right.

Citizen History.

Fair labor practices.

Putting people first.

Maslow's Hierarchy, version 1.0.

MITH Digital Dialogue: Making History with the Masses Revisited, Feb. 9, 2016
A 45-minute presentation and discussion at the Maryland Institute for Technology and Humanities on History Unfolded and applying theories of citizen history to the real world.
All Roads Lead to the Bathroom: Why Thinking of Visitors as Humans Makes Museums (and everywhere else) Better
The maiden voyage of my presentation on applying Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs to the visitor experience, presented at Interaction 17. Check out session partner Nathan Moody and chair Josh Clark, too.

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© 2017 by Elissa Frankle.
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