OAH Amplified Initiative - Now Available on the H-Net Commons

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[Editor's note: Unlike conference Twitter feeds and other on-site media channels, the conference materials on the OAH page have been curated, catalogued, and permanently archived for you to use or share.  H-Net hopes that this will initiate a new H-Net service to scholarly organizations and individuals who are unable to attend conferences in person.

H-Net book reviews back on H-Scholar (comment)


The next post will consist of the most recent H-Net book reviews listing.  I apologize for the lapse in posting these book review announcements over the past few weeks.  Apparently, when the Commons platform was taken down for revisions to the categories and keywords sections, it dislodged the connections to the reviews feed.

The Commons Is Back Online

Dear H-Net Subscribers,

We are happy to report that the Commons is back online! Most of the work done was under the hood, so you won't notice any drastic changes in the look of things unless you're an editor moderating posts. However, you should see an improvement in the way content is organized across the entire site.

CORRECTION: The H-Net Commons Offline August 16 - 20

Dear H-Net Subscribers,

The dates in the previous message about the Commons offline maintenance were incorrect. The Commons will be offline beginning at 5pm EST Thursday August 16th and we anticipate bringing it back online by Monday August 20th.

Here is the corrected announcement in full:

The H-Net Commons Offline August 18 - 22

Please Note: The H-Net Commons will go offline Thursday, August 18 at 5pm EST for a major platform update. This update will improve H-Net editors’ ability to organize content on their networks and make searching for and sharing content across networks more intuitive. We hope to have the Commons up and running again by Monday, April 22, or sooner.


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