A few thoughts...
Collaborations that balance the real and the virtual. Onsite learning that is as innovative as online learning. Reworking of mission statements to make collaborations key.
Increased participation in the development of new technologies. Coffee with programmers, for-profit companies developing virtual games...
Small historic sites connected virtually around the world. Leaders in using local explorations of community and history in ways that challenge teachers, students, officials, parents to connect local history and identity to the global perspective. Globalizing public history...
New ways of teaching material culture - out with the old who, what, when, where, why worksheets...
Town hall meetings at historic house museums that emphasize civic dialogue and face to face interaction. Community designed programming.
Big-idea interactive workshops that go beyond the same old lecture, seminar, keynote format.
New uses of public history that emulate those in art therapy.
Working with disciplines that we don't normally connect with, like lawyers and doctors...
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Teresa DeFlitch, "Directions." Forward Capture: Imagine the Future of Public History, Item #6 (accessed May 20 2013, 1:11 am)