A course at West Chester University synthesizes many of the core elements of #histcomm by teaching students to critically engage with, evaluate, and synthesize history on the World Wide Web; learn digital literacy; and produce a Wikipedia article and other online history content.
Up until 2015, Lebanon Valley College offered a History and Communication track in its Applied History Major.
The concept of History Communication draws upon the idea of “science communication.”
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The American Historical Association, National Council on Public History, and American Association for State & Local History are among the professional organizations with excellent resources on history, communication and interfacing with the public.
On March 4-5, 2016, the University of Massachusetts Amherst convened more than two dozen thought leaders, including historians, journalists, filmmakers, activists and science communicators, for the first-ever summit on history communication.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst Public History program includes a track in Writing History for the Public.