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Rachel Murphy Dec 10
- which journals do you recommend for publishing articles about small, one-person projects applying existing methods to a new topic?
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USU History Jan 4
Frankie Urrutia-Smith presents her research on the Rushton family with Dr. and Nanohistory (). She brings to the conference!
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Joe Stoltz Dec 26
Graduate student , there is still two more weeks to apply for 's and paid internships for this spring semester. No need to reside in the D.C. area., externships possible.
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Sara Norton Dec 18
Replying to @ncph @dpla and 6 others
Best things in life are free:) Public library card, and great sites like and everything from and and Also love for discovering new sites/projects
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Halifax Libraries Jan 1
On January 1, 1947, all Canadians became "citizens" rather than "subjects". via
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Washington's Library Dec 21
Are you a graduate student interested in or ? Apply for our Spring internship at the Washington Library
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Washington's Library Dec 27
We're looking for graduate students interested in and to help us out this Spring (and you can work remotely!) Internship details can be found here
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Philippa Göranson Jan 11
"What happens when the last survivor dies? Who will tell their story? Is there a way to be remembered forever?" Like the movie The Illusionist
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Pamela Curtin Jan 10
Learn more about how shares nearby history on today's History@Work blog post!
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Michael J. Kramer Dec 15
Podcasting, like much , requires an intensive engagement with form as well as content. Means developing production skills & experimenting too. It is exciting because, as Harry Smith knew, form & content are deeply, profoundly related.
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Mrs. Niebuhr 4h
You can help preserve our nation’s history!
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Prison Public Memory 13h
This Map shows over a century of documented in the United States via
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HistoryIT 16h
Digitization makes come alive! See what we did w/ a sample from
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Michael J. Kramer Jan 15
Intriguing experiment from : & , "50 Years Later, It Feels Familiar: How America Fractured in 1968,"
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Jens Crueger Jan 14
That's why User Interfaces are important sources for future historians. We have to improve their preservation.
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HistoryIT Jan 14
Transform your visitor experience w/ digitization. Contact us today to begin
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Dieter Reinisch Jan 14
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Hilde De Weerdt Jan 13
Getting more excited about this by the day ; still have some work to do on this History of Chinese City (1000-1900): Digital Approaches to the History of in Imperial China...
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HistoryIT Jan 12
We are so excited to share our work with , the Phi Mu Digital History Archive:
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HistoryIT Jan 12
Go beyond the & make your collections truly accessible to different audiences
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