The International Sports Heritage Association (ISHA) has launched a new education section on its website (www.sportsheritage.org) that features museum-related assets and forms contributed by fellow members as well as a section for members to contribute educational articles.
The new section, titled ISHA University, has a members-only password protected area that features assets and forms categorized by the following (www.sportsheritage.org/members-area/assets/):
- Marketing/Programming (events)
- Museum Education/School groups/Other groups
Additionally, there is an ISHA University information page (www.sportsheritage.org/members-area/isha-university-information/), which will be the home to educational articles contributed by members but in a public section of the website.
“The ISHA board wanted to provide a tidy package of educational offerings to its members,” ISHA president Bryan Morry said. “Nobody can help answer institutional questions better than peers in the field. So we have many documents and forms categorized so members can easily access them. We also want our members to contribute articles that could be helpful to colleagues. There are currently nearly 50 forms and documents accessible and we hope to continually add to this.
“One of the best things about ISHA is that members are so willing to share information with one another. We hope this program continues to grow and serves the sports heritage industry for years to come,” Morry added.
The ISHA board encourages members to share any documents or forms that might be helpful to peers while also reviewing the available selection. To contribute and asset or an article, one can email [email protected] with the subject ISHA U CONTRIBUTION.