Relationship Between Audience and Content in Public Digital History Projects

The relationship between audience and content in public digital history projects is a personal one. People tend to base their behavior on their experience. Many times, we base it on our personal experience. But our personal experience is short and limited. So, history is a way of expanding experience and making our behavior comport better… Continue reading Relationship Between Audience and Content in Public Digital History Projects

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User Research Findings

Geospatial Data Collection and Native Americans Tribes do use GIS for supporting their own decision-making. This provides Native policymakers, administrators, scientists with information on how GIS and the spatial perspective can be used to make their organizations more efficient and effective. GIS is used to solve problems on tribal lands and in tribal programs on… Continue reading User Research Findings

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PHYSICAL/DIGITAL SITE COMPARATIVE REVIEW

Transportation is a major part of American history. Marine transportation and waterborne commerce underlie American history. So, its no surprise that the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History installed the permanent exhibition: America on the Move in the General Motors Hall of Transportation in 2009. On the Water: Stories from Maritime America is located… Continue reading PHYSICAL/DIGITAL SITE COMPARATIVE REVIEW

Creating Italian Cities 1943-1945

Historical Imagery of Cassino, Italy overlaid onto Google Earth

Link to Italian Cities Project on OMEKA About the project The Italian Cities 1943-45 project includes over 40 images of World War II reconnaissance imagery of wartime Italy. The source photography is part of the holdings of the Aerofototeca Nazionale (AFN), the Italian National Archive of Aerial Photography within the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and… Continue reading Creating Italian Cities 1943-1945

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SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY for Italian Cities 1943-45

While I have chosen three distinct audiences: Landowners, UXO Bomb Disposal Companies, and Archaeologists, they all share and benefit from a social media strategy that enhances community, engagement, and usability. S.M.A.R.T. Goals Smart is an acronym for specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. These are the key characteristics of a good goal.  Specific. Create clear and actionable… Continue reading SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY for Italian Cities 1943-45

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Tools that didn’t work for me

Trends tool in document mode vs corpus. Just a reminder her Dr. Robertson, that we communicated over email about this. You said to move forward if the desktop version couldn’t work. Both web and local version of Voyant did not work for me to run the document specific analysis rather than the corpus. What matters… Continue reading Tools that didn’t work for me

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