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Atlanta BeltLine Blog Article


June 16, 2015 by Adina Langer

Nicole Knox just posted a great article about the Atlanta Rail Corridor Archive in the “Community Love” section of the …
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Spring 2015 Atlanta Rail Corridor Archive Launch


May 22, 2015 by Adina Langer

Our class’s culminating Omeka site is now live and available for viewing. Enjoy!

2015 MUSE Awards


April 28, 2015 by Adina Langer

For some inspiration, check out the American Alliance of Museum’s 2015 MUSE award winners:

Digital Public History


April 23, 2015 by Adina Langer

Sheila Brennan, co-creator of Histories of the National Mall, has written an excellent reflective piece about the need for intentional …
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Digital History from NCPH 2015


April 20, 2015 by Adina Langer

Along with a group of students and professors from Georgia State University, I was privileged to attend NCPH 2015 in …
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Week 13 Notes


April 14, 2015 by Adina Langer

Tonight marked our last discussion class.  We talked about the future of digital history: challenges and opportunities.  We also workshop-ed …
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The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture: African Burial Ground


April 13, 2015 by lspencer12

The majority of my academic work has been focused on African American histories from the early colonization of America to …
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Week 12 Notes


April 8, 2015 by Adina Langer

During last night’s class, we discussed passionate history communities and ways to engage with them in a digital history setting. …
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Digital History Site Review: HRNM


April 7, 2015 by cdavis132

For the digital history site review I decided to look at the Hampton Roads Naval Museum (HRNM) website. The museum …
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Emperor of the Irish


April 7, 2015 by jeldredge1

For my digital site review, I first thought about looking at Trinity College’s online presentation of The Book of Kells, …
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