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Tumblr Visits the National Archives

Are you familiar with Tumblr? The popular microblogging site is one of many social media platforms that the National Archives uses to engage with the public and share news, information, and documents. With over a dozen Tumblr accounts including Today’s Document, Congress in the Archives, Our Presidents, four Presidential Libraries, and the eponymous U.S. National Archives, we’re […]

Innovation Yields Big Results for the National Archives at Philadelphia

Based on an article by V. Chapman-Smith, Special Assistant to National Education at the National Archives at Philadelphia The National Archives at Philadelphia presents a wonderful case study on how innovation can benefit NARA and at the same time make a deep impact in the local community.  All along the way, however, it has involved […]

Driving Employee Engagement Through A Social Intranet

A National Archives event, with special guests, the Federal Communicators Network The National Archives Office of Innovation and the Federal Communicators Network welcome you to learn from NARA’s experiences implementing a social intranet and network with your peers in government communications and community management. Kelly Osborn, Web Developer and Community Manager for NARA’s Internal Collaboration Network, will take us […]

Top 10 Innovative Moments of 2013

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 […]

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