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  1. State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda

    State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda

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    by Hannah Hamill Published February 15 2010

    It’s been a while since my last visit to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM), so I decided to come back for a visit to their year-old temporary exhibition "State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda." This exhibition balances...

  2. The Luce Foundation Center for American Art

    The Luce Foundation Center for American Art

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    by Sarah Wohlstadter Published February 16 2010

    Discovering the Luce Foundation Center for Art at the Smithsonian American Art Museum was an art novice’s dream! As someone with a science background, I found the form in which the art was displayed, as open storage, was very approachable. I was...

  3. Turning The Pages

    Turning The Pages

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    by Justine Roberts on March 24, 2010

    Touch any book you want, and make any paper document available to the public in a robust form appropriate for unfacilitated exploration. That is the promise of this fabulous technology pioneered by...

  4. We the People: Family History Search

    We the People: Family History Search

    Review

    by Grace Weltner Published March 01 2011

    The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) does not shy away from frequent use of technology, its visitors are treated to technological interactives in almost every gallery. The Public Vault is a permanent exhibition that introduces the...

  5. National Museum of African Art

    National Museum of African Art

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    by Kaili Lockbeam Published March 02 2011

    I visited the National Museum of African Art where I found numerous examples of technology in use. The museum has explored the use of technology in almost every gallery incorporating touch screens and slideshows into most of the exhibits. They have...

  6. The Wonder of Light: Touch and Learn!

    The Wonder of Light: Touch and Learn!

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    by Tara Owens Published March 02 2011

    The Smithsonian’s new interactive exhibit The Wonder of Light: Touch and Learn! (The Wonder of Light) premiered on November 9, 2010, in the Great Hall of the Smithsonian Castel, officially named the Smithsonian Institution Building. As a group...

  7. Binding the Nation, Mail by Rail

    Binding the Nation, Mail by Rail

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    by Hilary-Morgan Watt Published March 02 2011

    Using Technology at The National Postal Museum Despite my love of hand-written correspondence and a small stamp collection from my childhood, I still had some reservations about visiting the Smithsonian National Postal Museum. I wondered how the...