“Bringing stories through objects and information to visitors is what I do.”

— Erik Holland

This series of clips comes from an interview with Erik Holland, the Curator of Education at the State Historical Society of North Dakota. Mr. Holland explores the value of using objects and museum experiences to encourage learning. He also discusses his own experiences as an archeologist, a Curator of Education for North Dakota’s State Historical Society, and a partner and support for Educators.

  1. Bringing Story Through Objects
  2. Early Work as an Archeologist
  3. Becoming a Curator of Education
  4. Partnering with Teachers
  5. The Importance of Individual Perspectives
  6. The Value of Layering Perspectives
  7. Oral Tradition
  8. North Dakota Studies
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