Class: Project Management Fundamentals for GLAM Institutions
January 28, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
This session will teach participants the fundamentals of project management, how to apply the theories, and tools that can be applied in GLAM institutions. The instructor will cover the basic stages of a project’s lifecycle and considerations for the beginning a project, project management styles, applying documentation, and project communication. She will provide some examples of tools that can assist with managing single or multiple projects and discuss the application of these tools at an institution. She will conclude by discussing the application of documentation, tools, and other considerations for a few examples of projects including digitization, service development, and archival description. Participants will have opportunities to ask questions at the end of the course and can come with specific cases in mind.
- Plan a project from initiation to conclusion
- Document a project across its lifecycle
- Communicate with project stakeholders
- Experiment with tools to see what will work for their institution
To register for this class, visit the LYRASIS website.