Canadian Museums Association (CMA) Releases Toolkit To Help Promote Value and Benefits of GLAMs
December 10, 2020
The Canadian Museums Association (CMA) this week released a new toolkit to help members of the GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums) community increase awareness about the contributions of the sector which were revealed in December 2019 in the Value Study of GLAMs In Canada (conducted by Oxford Economics).
The GLAM Study Toolkit contains tips and tools to help professionals and institutions across the sector make further use of the findings, including:
GLAM Study Top Tips
Designed to support and amplify the launch of the GLAM report, here are some ideas on how to share the results.
These key messages are the backbone to all of the tips and activities aimed at increasing awareness of the GLAM findings.
Infographics and Social Media Posts
Infographics and social media posts have been created to download and share.
This at-a-glance fact sheet can be used as a leave-behind for meetings with politicians, donors and other influencers.
This easy-to-use presentation package includes PowerPoint slides as well as speaking points.
The toolkit is also available as a single document for download.