Welcome to the Ontario Museum Association’s new Resource Hub! Here you’ll find a variety of materials to support your museum work and professional development. Resources here on the Hub include those created by the OMA as well as others sourced from across the museum sector and around the world.
Use the “View All Resources” button to search and filter through all the resources on the Hub, or use the links below to find Featured Resources or Quick Links to resources grouped by type or content.
The Resource Hub is a work in progress, and we’ll continue to add more resources and improve the user experience. Please email us at community[at]museumsontario.ca with any feedback! Happy exploring!
The Ontario Museum Association is pleased to share, in collaboration with Toronto History Museums and Digital Action Research & Training, a new resource for museums to ethically collect, preserve, and leverage oral histories and born-digital collections.
Andrea Wilson, Craigleith Heritage Depot • Ontario Museum Association • Tom Strnad, Mountain Goat Film Company
In this webinar, speakers Andrea Wilson of Craigleith Heritage Depot and Tom Strnad of Mountain Goat Film Company share the experience of producing and using traditional and VR films to break down barriers in understanding and to generate new synergies.…
Donna Gabaccia, President and Chair, Toronto Ward Museum • Jade Pichette, Volunteer & Community Outreach Coordinator, Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives • Ontario Museum Association
In this webinar, presented by the Ontario Museum Association with speakers Donna Gabaccia, former President and Chair of Toronto Ward Museums and Jade Pichette, former Volunteer & Community Outreach Coordinator of ArQuives (formerly known as the Canadian Lesbian and Gay…
ArtsBuildOntario • Elka Weinstein, Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport • Mississippi Valley Textile Museum • Ontario Museum Association
The panelists of this webinar take you through essential components of best-practice accessibility plans for museums of all sizes, including: elements of an accessibility plan, community, engagement to meet accessibility needs, specific considerations for historic buildings, and existing tools and…
Example governance, guiding, and legislative documents that pertain to the work of Ontario museums.
Learn how museums can meaningfully engage diverse communities and embody a more inclusive approach to our work.
Understand the context of the colonial legacy of museums and support reconciliation and repatriation initiatives.
Safely care for, store, and manage the collections your museum stewards.
Watch previous webinars, conference sessions, and more.
Help preserve and prevent the deterioration of museum collections.
Create meaningful visitor experiences.
Learn more about the OMA’s Certificate in Museum Studies (CMS) program on the OMA website.