Jing and Voting America

I am playing around with a new social media tool called Jing, which allows you to take screen shots and videos of your desktop.  It’s free and seems to be easy to use.  I’m not quite sure how I might use this in class, but I did take a few minutes to introduce you to the Voting America website, which was developed out of the University of Richmond’s Digital Scholarship Lab.  If you teach American history than this is a site that you will want to bookmark.  Hope you enjoy it and let me know what you think.  Now that I think about it, I could use this to explore aspects of Civil War memory on various websites.  Hmmm…where should I go first?

I had to reduce the image to fit the screen so the text will be difficult to read.  You can view a full-screen version here if interested.

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