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Jessica Lacher-Feldman Publishers' Bindings Online, 1815-1930: The Art of Books as a Model for Publicity, Outreach and Promotion of Digital Projects and Online Resources in Cultural Heritage Institutions and Academic Libraries
Jessica Lacher-Feldman Presenting Historical Resources Information on the World Wide Web: A Case Study of the Development of the New York State Office of Cultural Education's Website and the OCE History Advisory Council History Resources Web Pages
Paul Lambe An Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods in History
Thomas G. Lannon Daniel J. Cohen's Our Modern Times: The Nature of Capitalism in the Information Age
Jason S. Lantzer The Public History of Presidential Libraries: How the Presidency is Presented to the People
Jason S. Lantzer The World Wide Web and a World Wide Church: The Use of Email Surveys in Studying the Anglican Communion
Jason S. Lantzer Electronic Episcopalians?: The Results of the Episcopal Email Survey of 1999
John M. Lawlor, Jr. The Schuylkill Navigation System Project At Reading Area Community College: Preservation and Dissemination of an Important Collection of Transportation Documents
John K. Lee Principles for Interpretative Digital History Web Design
John K. Lee Pre-service Social Studies Teachers' "Reckoning" with Historical Interpretations and Controversy Arising from the use of Digital Historical Resources
Tracy Penny Light Andrea A. DiSessa's Changing Minds: Computers, Learning, and Literacy
Gunner Lind A Toolbox for Historical Computing
Deborah Lines Andersen Benchmarks: Guatemala and GIS
Deborah Lines Andersen Benchmarks: Digital Documents
Deborah Lines Andersen Benchmarks: Roy Rosenzweig (August 6, 1950-October 11, 2007)
Deborah Lines Andersen Benchmarks: Historical Narratives and Diversity
Deborah Lines Andersen Benchmarks: Testing the Persistence of URLs
Deborah Lines Andersen Benchmarks: The New (?) Information Professionals
Deborah Lines Andersen Google as Information Policy Case Study
Deborah Lines Andersen Maps of the World
Deborah Lines Andersen Academic Historians Revisited
Deborah Lines Andersen Controlling Digital Data
Deborah Lines Andersen Defining Digital History
Deborah Lines Andersen "One or Two is not a Problem" or Technology in the Tenure, Promotion, and Review Process A Survey of Current Practices in U.S. History Departments
Deborah Lines Anderson September 11, Loss and Creation
Deborah Lines Anderson Benchmarks: A JAHC Guest Editorial
Deborah Lines Anderson Historians on the Web: A Study of Academic Historians' Use of the World Wide Web for Teaching
Deborah Lines Anderson Academic Historians, Electronic Information Access Technologies, and the World Wide Web: A Longitudinal Study of Factors Affecting Use and Barriers to that Use
Boy Lüthje The Detroit of the New Economy: The Changing Workplace, Manufacturing Workers and the Labor Movement in Silicon Valley