Today's post comes from Jason Clingerman, Acting Director of the Digital Engagement Division at the National Archives. Last fall, NARA launched the Record Group Explorer (previous blog post here), NARA’s first next-generation finding aid. I am pleased to announce today that we’ve launched the Presidential Library Explorer - NARA’s second next-generation finding aid, defined as … Continue reading Introducing the Presidential Library Explorer
Join us for #JFK100 Social Media Day on Tuesday, May 23! Archives, museums, and cultural organizations will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s birth. Learn about the life, Presidency, and legacy of JFK through social media activities hosted by the GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums) community. Experts will be on hand to talk … Continue reading Join us for #JFK100 Social Media Day
Todays post comes from Jeannie Chen, Social Media Coordinator for the Office of Presidential Libraries at the National Archives. This post can also be found on the American Experience PBS blog. Share your quirky, cool, and surprising historic memorabilia! Get out your historic buttons, bumper stickers, hats, and banners! We’re starting a weekly Instagram challenge called … Continue reading #ElectionCollection Challenge
Today's post is written by Paul Sparrow, Director of the FDR Presidential Library and Museum, and was originally posted on the Library's Forward with Roosevelt blog. The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum is swarming with Pokemon Go characters. Visitors are wandering around staring at their phones, and catching them left and right. I’ve … Continue reading Pokemon Go has come to the FDR Presidential Library and that’s a good thing.