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Here’s the official policy of the Library of Congress on Twitter from their website. https://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2017/12/update-on-the-twitter-archive-at-the-library-of-congress-2/

What’s the primary historical Narrative of the game and how is it presented? Who is the main protagonist in the game? How are they represented (consider the place in history […]

  Hist 305-Digital Methods Prof. Smith Self Reflective Essay Much of the time in “Digital Methods in History”, I found myself struggling with the concepts and material, and realized that […]

http://medievalcontacts.digital-methods.com The purpose of this project is to illustrate the interconnected nature of medieval trade.  Combining Arab, Viking, Chinese, and Byzantine sources, I tried to represent visually the trade, exchange […]

Blog post: Gaming and History Education As someone who has not ever really played video games, my initial response to the assertion that they could be a useful platform for […]