Last month in a “What We’re Reading” post, we mentioned the National Archives’ YouTube channel. Today, we take a closer look at what videos they have to offer.
The National Archives’ YouTube channel is broken down into
In the news this week, AHA member Douglas Greenberg receives a top honor from Phi Beta Kappa, David Ferriero is questioned at his confirmation hearing to become Archivist of the United States, and history professor Merrill D. Peterson passes away
When we mentioned YouTube EDU briefly on AHA Today, in the April 2, 2009 edition of What We’re Reading, we thought it seemed like a promising resource. In this post we take a closer look to see what all
What We’re Reading this week is organized into three categories. First up is digitization, with articles on the digitization of scholarly journals, public domain books, and Spanish-language songs, as well as a list of digital archives online. This is followed
The wide-open space featured on the cover of the May 2008 issue of Perspectives on History is the Washita Battlefield in Oklahoma. This National Historic Site is the topic of a public history article on interpretive programs in the National