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A beginner's guide to good histcomm on the Web
The U.S. Department of State invited Jason Steinhauer to Lithuania to discuss history communication with government officials, policymakers, scholars and students.
A working group met at the National Council on Public History conference to discuss next steps for the #histcomm movement.
How faculty and students can use Twitter to communicate history and other subjects. View on Slideshare >>
The first-ever History Communication course has been launched at University of Massachusetts Amherst! The course is being taught by public historian Marla Miller.
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.
Public relations has been pivotal to Presidential campaigns since the late 19th century. Surprisingly, it was William McKinley who paved the way.
A new YouTube series by historians that reveals a complicated & intermingled past & provides context to the current moment.
Newspapers have influenced elections since 1800. We look at the election of 1800--Jefferson v. Adams--and the birth of modern presidential politics.