New Echo website launched

Echo: Exploring and Collecting History Online – Science, Technology, and Industry (http://echo.gmu.edu/) announces the launch of its redesigned, expanded, and improved website. Funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Echo provides the most comprehensive portal for the history of science on the Web, including a searchable guide to more than 5,000 websites on the history of science, technology, and industry, as well as website reviews and annotations, and the latest science news. Echo also hosts free workshops, offers free consultation services to assist other historical practitioners in launching their own websites, and provides a free practical guide to doing online history.

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