Publication Date

January 12, 2016

Spirits were still high on day 4 of #AHA16!

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Even on the last day, there were plenty of great panels to choose from:

As always, #dighis and #publichistory panels were popular with twitterstorians:

A session on media training focused on providing helpful tips for historians to navigate various social media and digital platforms:

The morning also featured the final sessions organized by the Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History:

And sessions on the presentation of history in US National Parks:

It’s always a bit hard to say goodbye to the book exhibits (even with the sales and discounts):

Meanwhile session 253 continued the discussion on how historians can write op-eds to engage the media better and participate in the public sphere:

One of the last sessions of the day was on the Text Encoding Initiative:

As folks headed home after 4 action-packed days at #AHA16, the verdict was unanimous:

 

 

This post first appeared on AHA Today.

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