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Wikipedia and Redaction: More Than You Might Expect

Often we want quick-and-easy access to historical information — and naturally — we turn to the web. One of the sources students rely on is Wikipedia, which they argue is a “good place to start”. Perhaps not. ¬†Alexandra Rice writes … Continue reading

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September 11 Digital Archive

Among the various history projects recording 9/11 and its aftermath, here’s one that will be of great interest to history students, and a model for archival recording in a digital era: The September 11 Digital Archive.¬†Here’s a description of the … Continue reading

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