What does 2016 promise?

Bruce Dearstyne of the New York History Blog has a great post on what historical resources to watch out for in 2016. His page has lots of links to organizations, people, and trends that you may want to keep an eye on. Included on his list are…

  • Nina Simon will tell us how to measure relevance
  • Elizabeth Merritt, of the AAM’s Center for the Future of Museums, will continue implementation of the Building the Future of Education: Museums and the Future of Education white paper. (You educators may want to check that out. Links on Dearstyne’s post.)
  • The Center for the Future of Libraries will become relevant to those of you who become local historians.

What do you think are going to be hot topics in 2016?

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