I have the honor to be co-hosting DPLAfest 2016 in Washington, D.C., next week, April 14-15, 2016. Along with the Smithsonian Institution and the Library of Congress, we will host DPLA’s third annual series of interactive workshops, hackathons, and discussions.
The National Archives plays a major role in this year’s DPLAfest, and various staff from across the National Archives will be presenting on innovative projects throughout the event. I will be welcoming members of the public to DPLAfest 2016 as we kick off this year’s event.
With our colleagues at Historypin, we will provide a presentation on APIs, Apps, and Audiences. The National Archives and Historypin have been working together on a project to digitize World War I content and increase the creative reuse and impact of these collections. We are proud of the innovative work we are doing at NARA, and we are eager to share it with the community.
Read the full post on the AOTUS blog.