Describing CHNM as being “at the forefront of the new wave of collecting history,” the article went on to highlight the September 11 Digital Archive, the Hurricane Digital Memory Bank, and History Matters. Virginia Tech’s April 16 Archive, which runs on the Omeka platform, was also mentioned.
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