Tag: social media
Last month, the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) submitted their report to the President and to Congress, “Designing a Digital Future: Federally Funded Research and Development in Networking and Information Technology.“ In this report, the PCAST provides recommendations – with specific mention of NARA’s role in Digital Democracy – regarding IT research priorities, challenges, and opportunities for the Federal government in the years ahead.
The National Archives’ photostream on Flickr has been a popular place for our users to view, comment, and discuss photos in our collection since June 2009. We recently hit 2 million views on our photos on Flickr. As we’ve seen the activity on our photostream grow (especially after joining the Flickr Commons in February 2010), […]
Posted by Mary (admin) on January 25, 2011, under Miscellaneous, Research.
If you’ve ever wished you could make it to a National Archives event, but couldn’t quite get there, we now have a solution for you! The National Archives is launching a new Twitter feed that will feature live tweets from National Archives events, like our annual Genealogy Fair. @USNatArchives will be the go to source […]
We posted the first version of our social media strategy today on Archives.gov. Our overall approach is to engage our staff, the government community, and researchers and citizen archivists so we can be a more open agency while accomplish NARA’s mission more effectively. We express our core values and strategies for social media in three […]
Ever wonder what exciting new projects the many employees at NARA are working on? The “What are You Working On?” blog feature aims to introduce a variety of NARA employees and highlight some of the exciting projects we are working on around the agency. Check for this blog series on Wednesdays! This week, we introduce […]
Posted by Meredith D. (admin) on October 13, 2010, under What Are You Working On Wednesdays.
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