Today’s post comes from Alan Walker, archivist at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland. Some of us at the National Archives may remember schlepping these carts around the stacks in Archives I. Did you know that one of NARA’s own invented it? Helen Beach was an archivist in the General Records Division, and […]
As 2013 draws to a close, we are taking time to remember some of the National Archives’ most innovative accomplishments from the past year. We had a hard time narrowing down this list! For more achievements celebrated at NARA, see the Prologue blog. Here are some of our proudest moments of 2013: 1. Wikipedia Engagement […]
Posted by Meredith on December 30, 2013, under Online Public Access, Open Government, Social Media, Wikipedia.
We are citizens constantly on the move. As so much of our communication and information needs increasingly turn mobile, we at the National Archives recognize our role in providing information while engaging citizens and staff in this growing mobile space. Atiq Warraich, NARA’s new Web and Social Media Director, spoke at the AFCEA (Armed Forces […]
Posted by Meredith on December 13, 2013, under Open Government.
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