Collecting + Exhibiting
Bringing history to audiences worldwide by collecting digital records, archiving documents of the past, and presenting historical exhibits.
Designed for cultural institutions, enthusiasts, and educators, Omeka is a platform for publishing online collections and exhibitions.
Histories of the National Mall makes visible the space's rich past for its millions of on-site visitors through a mobile-optimized website.
Scripto is a free, open source tool that enables community transcriptions of document and multimedia files.
Let Omeka.net host your collections, research, exhibits, and digital projects.
Serendip-o-matic connects your sources to digital materials located in libraries, museums, and archives around the world.
Explore the contours of Martha Washington’s life while also gaining insight into women’s lives during the 18th century.
The Bracero History Archive collects and makes available the oral histories and artifacts pertaining to the Bracero guest worker program.
This archive collects, preserves, and presents the history of the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
42,000 documents of the early War Department are available online to scholars, students, and the general public.
The Soviet Gulag existed neither as a single unified experience, nor as a single unified institution.
The Hurricane Digital Memory Bank collects, preserves, and presents the stories and digital record of Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma.
This site offers a lively introduction to the French Revolution with an extraordinary archive of documentary evidence.
Examine featured artifacts, all related to key topics in U.S. history, from the collections of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
IMLS's WebWise conference brings together representatives of museums, libraries, and archives interested in the future of high-quality online content and programming.
CHNM is developing and testing innovative ideas all the time. CHNM Labs provides a showcase for this important research and development work.
The Mozilla Digital Memory Bank is a permanent, open, peer-produced digital archive of Mozilla history.
CIP documents the nation’s efforts to protect the systems and structures that are vital to the functioning of economy and society.
What would it have been like to visit P.T. Barnum's American Museum in 1865? Find out.
This site is a portal to probate inventories between 1740 and 1810 in several counties of Virginia and Maryland.