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The President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection

Kenndy archives.gov "John F. Kennedy was killed on November 22, 1963. Almost 30 years later, Congress enacted the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992. The Act mandated that all assassination-related material be housed in a single collection in the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

The Kennedy Half Century Timeline: The Life and Career of JFK

thekennedyhalfcentury "On the anniversary of his assassination, celebrated political scientist and analyst Larry J. Sabato—himself a teenager in the early 1960s and inspired by JFK and his presidency—explores the fascinating and powerful influence he has had over five decades on the media, the general public, and especially on each of his nine presidential successors."

Photo Tampering throughout History

fourandsix "Can you believe your eyes? Given the wide availability of powerful image editing software, people have become increasingly suspicious of photographic evidence, whether it comes in the form of a humorous snapshot forwarded via social media or images from a security camera presented in a court of law. Fourandsix Technologies, Inc.

Smarthistory: a multimedia web-book about art and art history

smarthistory"Why We Made Smarthistory
We are dissatisfied with the large expensive art history textbook. We find that they are difficult for many students, contain too many images, and just are not particularly engaging. In addition, we find the web resources developed by publishers to be woefully uncreative. We had developed quite a bit of content for our online Western art history courses and we had also created many podcasts, and a few screencasts for our Smarthistory blog. So, it finally occurred to us, why not use the personal voice that we use when we teach online, along with the multimedia we had already created for our blog and for our courses, to create a more engaging "web-book" that could be used in conjunction with art history survey courses. We also realized that this content would be useful to museum visitors and other informal learners. We are committed to joining the growing number of teachers who make their content freely available on the web.

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