In the news this week, the National Archives National Declassification Center has announced a Prioritization Plan for releasing documents, Georgia shifts its look at the Civil War, the National Library of Medicine adds to its Frankenstein exhibit, and two sites
The Smithsonian’s Collections Search Center allows visitors to “ search over 5.4 million records with 460,000 images, video and sound files, electronic journals and other resources from the Smithsonian’s museums, archives & libraries.” Not only does the site offer access
You’ve heard the commercials: from finding the nearest coffee shop, to tracking a flight, to monitoring your spending, there’s an iPhone app for that. So it should come as no surprise that there are apps for history as well.
DiRT stands for Digital (that’s the D and the i) Research Tools, and the term encompasses software scholars need when researching, writing, and creating scholarship. Where do you get the DiRT? At the Digital Research Tools Wiki. While some of