American Social History Project • Center for Media and Learning

ASHP/CML Site Survey

Published March 24, 2011

Here at the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning, we pride ourselves on creating innovative and challenging digital projects as well as devising critical and rigorous approaches to their use in classroom and other educational settings.

Now that the World Wide Web encompasses a good part of our activities, it is increasingly our most accessible public face. Since we began establishing our presence on the Web relatively early in the development of the Internet, that face has a habit of aging rather rapidly. As we update our website with new programming and content we realize a few short years later that it needs a new technological and informational face lift!

The limitation of cosmetic metaphors notwithstanding, we have been striving to make our central site ( as useful and transparent as possible, permitting visitors to more easily locate whatever information they seek (whether it be information about ASHP/CML and its activities and “products,” teaching resources, ways to order our materials, etc.) not to mention to better understand our rather intricate and eclectic nature.

To that end, we would like to turn to you, our friends, colleagues, and users, to help us determine what the ASHP/CML website needs to best serve our diverse community. We have set up an online survey and would deeply appreciate your taking the time to let us know what you think.

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