Virtual Field Trip to The National WWII Museum

Thursday, March 5 1:15 pm–3:05 pm
Exhibit Hall - Table 4

Learn how to set up a Virtual Field Trip from your classroom to The National WWII Museum in New Orleans. Sit down with a Museum educator to learn the quick and easy steps to set up a live videoconference, allowing your students to explore primary sources, oral histories, and Museum content without ever leaving their seat. Familiarize yourself with tools and platforms to connect with museums all across the world.

Type: Tech Savvy Exploratorium
Focus Area: Online/Blended Learning, Video, Other
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

Presented by

Chrissy Gregg Chrissy Gregg, The National WWII Museum

Chrissy Gregg is the Assistant Director of Distance Learning at The National WWII Museum in New Orleans. She has been with the Museum since 2011 and oversees the variety of distance learning initiatives for both K-12 and lifelong learning audiences, reaching tens of thousands of participants a year. This includes the Museum’s Telly and Suncoast Emmy award-winning Electronic Field Trip series, which are highly-produced webcasts featuring student reporters exploring important World War II sites and stories. Chrissy has presented about distance learning at the Mid-South Distance Learning Association Conference, National Service Learning Conference, Association for Communication Excellence Conference, the Southeastern Museums Conference and ISTE.