The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has launched some Web 2.0 technologies and has signed agreements to create National Archives sites on Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and Flickr. NARA is using these tools and sites to create new ways of communicating with the public and we look forward to your feedback.
Below is a comprehensive list of NARA's social media initiatives and those of our affiliate organizations. Please visit us often to see NARA's expanding Web 2.0 and social media projects.
|The Federal Register|
|The Federal Register Daily Articles|
|The Electoral College|
- From Access to Engagement: Presentation by Pamela Wright at the McGowan Forum on Communications, Technology, and Government
- Document Your Environment Contest: Parental Consent Form
- Today's Document Mobile App just released for Android and iPhone/iPad
- Social Media Statistics: May 2012
- Social Media Strategy
Twitter is not a product of the National Archives. These links will direct you out of the National Archives web-site. This is not an endorsement by the National Archives of the opinions, products, or services presented on these sites, or any sites linked to it. The National Archives is not responsible for the legality or accuracy of information on these sites, or for any costs incurred while using these sites.