Nano exhibition

Making the most of your mini-exhibition: Marketing Guide

Christina Akers
Nano Banner

Pictured:  WonderLab Museum of Science, Health and Technology in Bloomington, IN

This blog post is part of a series providing information for organizations hosting the Nano mini-exhibition created by the NISE Network about the use, maintenance, and general ways to enhance your copy of Nano.

If there’s not an app for it, there’s usually a guide!

Making the most of your mini-exhibit: Shipping & Receiving

Christina Akers
pallet for mini-exhibition

This blog post is part of a series providing information for organizations hosting the Nano mini-exhibition created by the NISE Network about the use, maintenance, and general ways to enhance your copy of Nano.

Making the most of your mini-exhibition: Getting Started

Christina Akers
nano mini-exhibition

This blog post is part of a series providing information for organizations hosting the Nano mini-exhibition created by the NISE Network about the use, maintenance, and general ways to enhance your copy of Nano.

Whether you are currently hosting Nano or planning to host Nano, one of the first places to refer to is the Nano mini-exhibition listing on the nisenet.org website:  http://www.nisenet.org/catalog/exhibits/nano_mini-exhibition

Nano mini-exhibition applications now available

Catherine McCarthy

Nano mini-exhibition logo

​ We are pleased to announce that online applications are now available for NISE Network museum partners to apply for a free copy of the Nano mini-exhibition.  Online applications are due March 1, 2012.