The following are links to selected projects, studies, papers, or reports on historical research and the use of 'open source' information technologies:
- ABC's of Open Source Solutions - A 2009 article in CIO Magazine providing an overview of open source issues for management.
American Memory Project - The Library of Congress provides free and open access through the Internet to
written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints,
maps, and sheet music that make up a digital record of American history and
- History of Open Source Software - A brief history and timeline of open source software.
- Computers & Historical Research - A paper presented by Dr. Robert Swierenga about historians and computers.
on History and New Media - Links to a series of essays devoted to the theoretical and
practical aspects of taking history and putting it into a digital format.
- Military Education Research Library Network (MERLIN) - Contains a wide range of studies, reports, and lectures on military policy, campaigns, etc.
- U.S. Combat Studies Institute - Houses an extensive library of digitized publications on military history, leadership, lessons learned, and more.
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