Thursday, January 4, 2018: 1:30 PM- 3:00 PM
Thurgood Marshall North (Marriott Wardman Park, Mezzanine Level)
Chair: Nick Mueller, The National World War II Museum
Panel: Brian Balogh, University of Virginia
Avi Green, Scholars Strategy Network
Rob Havers, George C. Marshall Foundation
Dane Kennedy, National History Center of the American Historical Association
David N. Myers, University of California, Los Angeles and the Center for Jewish History
Jason Steinhauer, Villanova University
Many centers and institutes around the country were an outgrowth of a 19th century quest to concentrate research endeavors. Today these centers and institutes face different audiences who live in an online world reflecting 21st century technology and communications, where messages emanate from many sources—amplified by the powers of digitization. This panel will explore how these technologies and communications have impacted how these centers and institutes operate.
This panel will be broadcast on C-SPAN.