18 January 2012

NARA -- Know Your Records Voting -- ends tomorrow!

Like to vote?  Well here’s another chance.  Through tomorrow, 19 January 2012, NARA is seeking your input on which of their “Know Your Records” Programs held from 2009-2011 and that are on video, you would like to see posted!  

As the website says ...

The National Archives and Records Administration hosted more than 370 Know Your Records talks on topics including genealogy, ethnic heritage, declassified records, Civil War, social media, and more over the past two years. We want to make them available to a wider audience by posting the videos online, and need your help to figure out where to start: which talks are you most eager to see posted to YouTube and iTunes U? Read through the list of program summaries, vote on your favorites, and let us know what you think. This is just the start of an ongoing project, so we’re looking forward to hearing what you have to say!

I have voted.  Have you?  If not do so now by clicking VOTE.

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