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Language and Communication

Updated: Apr 20, 2022

English Language Learners

Alvarez, Veronica, and NAEA Museum Education. “Good Teaching Is Good Teaching: English Learners and Museums.” Medium, March 8, 2019.


Acknowledging Ancestral Lands

First Nations Educational & Cultural Center at Indiana University. “Land Acknowledgement.” Accessed June 22, 2020.

U.S. Department of Arts and Culture. “#HonorNativeLand.” Accessed July 31, 2020.


Accessibility

National Center on Disability and Journalism. “Disability Language Style Guide.” Accessed January 10, 2022.


ADA National Network. “Guidelines for Writing About People With Disabilities.” Accessed January 10, 2022.


PlainLanguage.gov. "Examples." Accessed January 10, 2022.


A free resource hub for digital marketers, communication professionals, content creators, and everyday social media users. If you want to discover how to make your social media content accessible, this site is a great place to begin learning. Explore any of the sections below to get started! Accessed March 15, 2022.


John Foliot and Jaclyn Leduc, 3PlayMedia. "How to Make Social Media Content Accessible." Webinar + Website. Accessed March 15, 2022.


Public Relations

National Coalition Against Censorship. “Museum Best Practices for Managing Controversy.” National Coalition Against Censorship (blog). Accessed June 22, 2020.


General Best Practices

American Alliance of Museums. “Ethics, Standards and Practice for Museums,” 2013.


Brown, Aleia (@collardstudies.) "Twitter Presentation on the Ethic of Care.” Accessed July 30, 2020.


Cole, Johnnetta B, and Laura L Lott. Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion in Museums, 2019.


Suárez, Armando. “Language Matters: Writing Inclusive Finding Aids and Descriptions.” Archival Outlook, 2020.


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