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Available for download when needed, NASAA's on-demand offerings provide state arts agency staff and council members with prerecorded briefings on diverse policy, program and research topics. Use these ready-made tools to learn on your own, or view them as a group with your staff, council members or constituents.  

What is a "slidecast"?

A slidecast is a ready-to-play presentation featuring a synchronized audio recording and PowerPoint slideshow. Slidecasts are available for play via the website or download.

Introducing State Arts Agencies and NASAA

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State arts agencies increase public access to the arts and help to ensure that every community in America enjoys the benefits of a thriving arts sector. This two-minute overview describes the work of state arts agencies and NASAA's role as their professional organization.

Fiscal Year 2012 Appropriations Preview

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This seven-minute slidecast, designed to be shared with your staff and at council meetings, offers an overview of state arts agency funding trends as of July 2011.

Fiscal Year 2011 Appropriations Preview

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This eight-minute slidecast, designed to be shared with your staff and at council meetings, offers an overview of state arts agency funding trends as of July 2010.

Fiscal Year 2010 Appropriations

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This eight-minute slidecast, designed to be shared with your staff and at council meetings, offers an overview of state arts agency funding trends as of January 2010.

NASAA Web Seminars

Transcripts, visuals and additional reference materials are available for all of NASAA's Web seminars and can be reviewed at any time.

Using Learning on Demand

Compact Slidecast: Shown in a small window, this version loads quickly and is ideal for personal viewing. A Flash enabled browser is required.

Large-Format Slidecast: Displayed in a larger window, this version takes longer to load but is best for group viewing or projecting onto a screen. QuickTime required.

NASAA welcomes your feedback and ideas. To share your suggestions or learn more about NASAA's virtual learning menu, please contact Learning Services Manager Eric Giles, 202-347-6352 x117.

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