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The Public Humanities Tool Box

March 7, 2011

I just ran across the Public Humanities Tool Box, which is a treasure trove of how-to links and examples for using WordPress, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, LibraryThing, Wikis and more…

This website and handbook seek to show small cultural heritage organizations how to use easy web tools to create great websites. We present a set of tools that can be combined in different ways depending on what type of web presence your organization needs. We start with the basic blog and explain how to include various other features to make a dynamic website. If you already have a website, these tools can be used in addition to it or as a replacement for it. You may want to use these tools to build a web presence for one specific project and then link to it from your main website. You may not have any website at all, in which case it is time to get started. More…

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