It’s Simply History is a student blog and portfolio with the mission of collecting and preserving public history on an academic level. I am writing to learn and grow myself, and hopefully you as well, in the field of Public and Digital History!
When entering HIST 306 at Liberty University, I was originally a history major. When I switched to communications, I began to wonder if the class I had invested in was worth the while—and it was. Here are 4 ways my HIST 306 course has better prepared me for my future career, 1. Social Media ExperienceContinue reading “4 Ways My Digital History Experience Prepares Me for My Communications Career”
When standing at the National Mall in Washington D.C., there are historical monuments, markers and museums everywhere you turn. The underlying history of that one area can be overwhelming, but what if you had access to history that is not able to be seen with the naked eye? This is when map-based applications and digitalContinue reading “How GIS And Mapping Digital History Changes The Way We View The Past.”
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