At Museum Study our mission is to help you build a better cultural 
institution and be a stronger member of the team that carries out the 
mission of your institution.

To accomplish this we provide online professional development. We offer 
courses on a broad range of topics important to running a cultural 
institution including; Administration, Exhibits & Public Programming, 
Facilities Management, Collection Management, and Collection 
Preservation & Care. Our goal is to help you develop policies, 
procedures and programs to run your institution successfully.

It has been an whirlwind 2016 at Museum Study. We have added 4 new 
instructors and 12 new courses this year. We also host two courses for 
the American Association for State and Local History.
There are currently 28 courses on the 2017 schedule and at least 9 more 
that we expect to be added. New courses in 2017 include; How to Develop 
a Code of Ethics for Your Museum, Building A Stronger Organization 
Through Advocacy, Managing Previously Unmanaged Collections, Evaluating 
Interpretive Exhibits, Interpretive Planning for Historic Homes and 
Gardens, and Integrated Pest Management: The Plan and Implementation.

If you are trying to build a skill set in a particular area you might 
consider taking a series of courses. For instance we have 7 courses in 
Exhibits and Interpretation with more coming. Individually each will 
help you improve your knowledge in a particular area, together they will 
help you develop a portfolio of skills.

We are recruiting new instructors and additional courses on exhibits, 
care of photographs and care of furniture & wood are in development and 
will be announced as they become available. Like us on Facebook, Google+ 
or LinkedIn to keep updated on new developments.

You can see the entire course schedule and read more about the 
individual courses on our website at

Brad Bredehoft
Museum Study, LLC

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