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Dean Mantz

National Archives Experience - 4 views

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    Create or explore pre-made digital vaults of historical events and news.
Jackie Ediger

Search the PopSci Archives | Popular Science - 6 views

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    Each issue appears just as it did at its original time of publication, complete with period advertisements. It's an amazing resource that beautifully encapsulates our ongoing fascination with the future, and science and technology's incredible potential to improve our lives.
Ed Webb

Stories Matter - 0 views

  • Stories Matter will have a second phase wherein independent academics, teachers, and other interested communities will be able to download the software and apply it to their own collections, or interact with already clipped interviews posted by the Life Stories CURA project. The goal is to make Stories Matter an accessible tool for oral historians from all walks of life, and to provide people with an alternative to transcription that will ensure researchers continue interacting with and learning from the interviews they conduct once the interview is completed.
  • Download the software The application runs with Adobe AIR 1.5.1, on either the Windows, Mac or Linux platform.
Anne Bubnic

Hotlink to FETC Virtual Conference archives - 0 views

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    Hotlink for the FETC virtual conference held on April 23. Everything is archived. This is the future of professional development!
Kelly O

National Archives and Records Administration - 0 views

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    National Archives
Kelly Faulkner

Internet Archive: Wayback Machine - 0 views

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    Find and track the history of a webpage.
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    Browse through 85 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago.
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    search web archives (cache). good tool for teaching digital citizenship
Carl Bogardu

National Archives Experience - 1 views

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    Digital Vaults gives you and your kids a place to find raw materials that are arranged in ways that may make more sense to them. The site is set up a bit like a social network. Data is organized by tags and linked to both the tags as well as other resources. Like a social network, you can make your favorites documents / materials your "friends," search for new "friends" by using tags and create "mashups" using primary sources.
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    Fabulous resource for Primary Sources! Very interactive.
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    Digital archives 2010
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