This weeks post will focus on an article called GIS and History by Anne Kelly Knowles. Much like the title suggest the article focuses on the growing use of GIS mapping technologies in historical studies. 454 more words
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Does this look familiar? Too familiar?
Now I’m not exactly unorganised. But anyone doing a dissertation can tell you that no matter how specifically you file those papers, whatever categorisation you use, or how neatly it is presented, at some point there will be a massive freak out over your research. 533 more words
In his article, “Tripadvisor rates Einstein: using the social web to unpack the public meanings of a cultural heritage site,” Trevor Owens makes the case that social media is a valuable tool for public historians. 388 more words