Monthly Archives: January 2013

Week 4 Reflection

Historical material based in commemoration has the power to create a variety of emotions.  The websites containing material on the Kent State incident contain mostly photograph archives and some of the official reports as released by the Judicial department, government … Continue reading

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Week 3 Reflection

The readings for this week highlight a number of key issues that I mentioned in last week’s post.  Of these issues, economic viability in the creating and sustaining digital history archives and websites and the acceptance of digital history websites … Continue reading

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Week 2 Reflection

Digital history most assuredly will be an advancment in the creation of a history more accessible to the masses.  Cohen and Rosenzweig explain the history behind digital history as well as present a number of issues that continue to trouble … Continue reading

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