Lunchtime Talks with ALES – ‘How did they make babies in the Stone Age? – Museum in the Park’s adventures into the strange world of delivering learning sessions remotely’

The next remote lunchtime talk from the Archives for Learning and Education Section of ARA is a joint event with the Section for Archives and Museums, and will take place in May.  The presenters are Alexia Clark, Documentation and & Collections Officer, and Steven Deproost, Learning & Access Officer, Museum in the Park, Stroud (https://museuminthepark.org.uk/).  

Their talk entitled ‘How did they make babies in the Stone Age? – Museum in the Park’s adventures into the strange world of delivering learning sessions remotely’ will be held using Microsoft Teams at 1pm on Monday 10th May 2021. After the talk there will be the opportunity for questions and discussion with the speakers.   

The event is free to attend for ARA members. To book a place, please complete this online form  by Monday 1st May 2021. Information on how to join will be sent to attendees ahead of the event.   

You can find out more about our previous talks here https://aralearning.wordpress.com/2020/11/27/lunch-time-talks-with-ales-links-to-videos/

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