GAs Emily Summers, Laura Fuentes, and Acadia Roher created an online exhibit about three major events in 1980 Arkansas.
GA Laura Fuentes created a character collection, digitized scrapbooks, processed a collection, and worked on a group research project.
GA Acadia Roher created interactive social media content from archival materials using numerous media tools. She created metadata for audio recordings and started a long-term group research project.
GA Andrew McClain processed a collection, created metadata for audio recordings, and digitized VHS tapes.
GA Emily Summers digitized VHS tapes, created metadata for audio and video recordings, archived a website, processed a collection, and used optical character recognition software to create searchable text of a magazine.
Emily Summers processing photographs.
Laura Fuentes processed a collection of Soviet propaganda posters.
Andrew McClain processed memorabilia from the Ed Fry Papers Collection
Expansion or Segregation? The history of I-630 in Little Rock by Acadia Roher
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